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BARTON BORDO

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These are co-respondent brogues. You've no idea why they're called that.
Fortunately, we have the answer, and it's a bloody ruddy interesting one. The style was popular in the 1920s and 1930s among lounge musicians and playboys, who were sometimes associated with divorce cases. Thus a nickname for the style was the co-respondent because the legal term for a third party caught shagging the guilty man is called the co-respondent. For any legal advice do hesitate to contact us.

Asymmetric detail correspondent brogue shoe. Hand dyed leather upper producing rich̴Ì_colour̴Ì_detail. Loop top eyelet detail. ̴Ì_New leather and TPR sole unit, anti slip TRP forepart and heel featuring Goodwin Smith branding. GS stag head logo branding to heel tab. Leather and textile lining. Leather sock gold embossed logo and extra padding for increased comfort.

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