Classique Derbies - Black
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  • Classique Derbies - Black
  • Classique Derbies - Black
  • Classique Derbies - Black
  • Classique Derbies - Black
  • Classique Derbies - Black
  • Classique Derbies - Black

Classique Derbies - Black

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175,00 €
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THE sophisticated shoe!

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Features
  • Classic Black Derbies in smooth cowhide leather
  • Fully lined with cowhide leather
  • Genuine cowhide leather sole with an added rubber mid-layer
  • Cowhide layer from Northern Italy
  • Straight toe
  • Blake sewn and welt
  • Thin and waxed cotton laces
  • Made in Portugal
  • Delivered in a paper box. The paper is made from FSC certified forest trees.

This pair comes with temporary sole protecting pads, so you can enjoy them as soon as you receive them!

Measures table

This item is standard-sized. Choose your usual size!
Between two sizes? Choose the larger one!

Returns and exchanges are free.

Delivery

Free delivery and return in Metropolitain France.
For more information, read Delivery & Return section. 

Shoes care

For this model in smooth leather: an efficient and simple task !

Here are the 4 golden steps to follow: first, apply a care cream to nourish the leather (the most important), then a brush stroke to shine it. Next, apply the same colour wax to the leather to revive its colour. And if you still have 30 seconds: waterproof to avoid rain and mud stains. We have everything we need in our shoemaker's shop at more than fair prices, don't hesitate.

And for your leather soles: we give you a temporary skate, so you don't slip everywhere the first few times. But we recommend you to drop them off at your shoemaker's when you receive your pair so that you can have real skates put on them. Your shoes will only last longer.

And don't forget to put on a shoe tree when you're not wearing them, which is essential to keep your shoes in place.

Embossed Biche logo

The little doe (Biche) is beautifully embossed, hot stamped in the leather, at the back of this model. Discreet, the doe will accompany you everywhere!

Handcrafted for your feet

Our shoes are the keepers of a precious craftsmanship that we found right within the European capital of the shoe in Portugal: Porto. It is there, that our artisans invest their whole selves to insure the high quality of the shoes throughout the year.
At Pied de Biche, we make a point of highlighting the hard work provided by those incredibly talented hands, without which we would be nothing, or at least, not much.

More about it

Derbies and Oxford, our essentials for men's wardrobe  

Our permanent collection is growing
This season, we have worked hard to revisit two iconic models of men's shoes: the Derbie... s, and for the first time at Pied de Biche the Oxfords. A must in the male wardrobe, we couldn't help but do it! In smooth or suede leather, black or tan color, with laces or buckles, you now have a wide choice to dress each of your costumes. Classic timeless, these two iconic models will now be part of our perms, which means that you can find them every season.See more

What is the difference?

Oxford, Derbies, Monk... But what is the difference?
Very close to each other, we often tended to confuse the Richelieu and... the Derby. However, an essential characteristic distinguishes these two models: their lacing system. To never go wrong again, here is a small lexicon of low shoes. The Richelieu, otherwise known as Oxford in England, or even Balmoral in Scotland, is characterized by a closed lacing, which gives a V-shaped opening to the shoe. The Derby, on the other hand, has an open lacing, which makes it easier to put on and will be better suited to strong kicks. Finally, the Doubles-Boucles, also nicknamed Monk, is a form of Derby without laces.

The origins
Today great classics, the Richelieux and Oxford were first considered as truly revolutionary models for the time and were shaped against a current flagship model: the boot. In opposition to these dress codes, students at the University of Oxford began to wear in the 19th century a half-boot with laces, considered less restrictive, and above all more comfortable, which quickly became fashionable. The Oxford was born! More flexible than the Richelieu, the Derby would then have derived from this model by widening, to allow the Earl of Derby (hence its name!), Endowed with atypical feet, to be able to wear shoes.
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For an ultra-licked style

Suit shoes...
Slightly almond shaped, the tip of our Derbies and Oxfords is neither too round nor too pointed in order to pe... rfectly fit the shape of your feet. Our Oxfords and our Double Buckles are therefore ideal to wear with your costumes for a dressy and ultra chic look that will seduce your boss as well as your crush. In black, our Oxfords have even become one of the favorite models of many future spouses on the occasion of their wedding.

...To casual look
In suede or tan color, our Derbies and Oxfords also offer a more relaxed look. You can wear them with jeans or chinos and a small shirt for a casual chic style. Perfect for an aperitif with friends as for a garden party!
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