Frank Quarter Brogue Walnut Museum
The Frank Quarter Brogue in Walnut Museum calf on Dainite rubbre sole.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it is difficult to provide an estimated completion date for these shoes. Once we have more information, we will update you on the status of this model. Currently, anticipated delivery date is mid May.
Leather: Museum calf has a unique, hand applied finish that creates a special mottled effect. The leather has become very popular in recent years, and is now a true classic.
Last: The Elegant Round last is a more refined version of the well-known, traditional round last. With slightly more taper towards the tip and a distinctive toe profile, the Elegant Round last is a very handsome last.
Fit: We advise you to take the same size as you would in Carmina or Crockett & Jones, and to size down half a size from Edward Green or Gaziano and Girling.
Lining leather: Chrome tanned calfskin on half sides. Soft handle and matt appearance. Genuine leather insole.
Features: Bevelled sole edge. Dainite rubber sole. Leather board heel counter. Stacked leather and rubber heel. Cork footbed and metal shank. Polished by hand.
Sole: Authentic Dainite rubber studded sole. First introduced in 1910, The Dainite sole answers formal needs with smooth rubber and practical needs with recessed studs that help the wearer grip to the ground.
Construction: Goodyear welted in Almansa, Spain.