Drive & Style
Extreme mends to leather and sole, heavily stitched nailed together in patchwork of canvas and rubber.Midwest United States, ca 1st half of the 20th century Mr. Pranges was a wealthy business man from Milwaukee who refused to give up his shoes so, “wear and repair” he did until his death did they part.
"DESIGN features Interpretation of the classic Japanese kimono Tie closure in the front Pockets: a hidden pocket in the side seam and one sewn-on pocket Perfect homewear for every season When you think of a men's shirt, you imagine a pretty standard item. Well, forget it, because this linen kimono is very far from standards! It's straight and elongated, it doesn't have a usual row of buttons, and it looks more like a home robe with a pocket, but better! It's really easy to wear because of its ov