Incredible labor process. In addition to sewing machines, I use machines to cut shoe soles because the soles are too thick. After that, I processed them manually, and the final result was: Unparalleled in the world. -The shoes themselves become their own story. I don't hide the nail marks inside the shoes because they show that these shoes are handmade all the way; the soles I carved have never been polished. This whole process is very sincere. "James Kearns James Kearns taught himself classical shoemaking. His style includes artistic rust, nail marks, matching strings and imperfect natural leather. On the east side of Savile Row clique near Hackney, James Kearns takes an average of 30-32 hours to make a shoe. Most of his materials come from Italy-especially in the 1896 tannery in Ischia. In the model on display, he showed a pair of boots inspired by snowboards and a pair of sandals made of wolffish.
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PRODUCT TYPE: Shoes
VENDOR: James Kearns