The 800 Last is the quintessential American loafer last. Its gently rounded toe provides a comfortable all-day fit without compromising its famously sleek silhouette, which is simultaneously studious and casual.
Vibram's 132 Montagna Sole is known as "the sole that conquered Mt. Everest" but it also happens to be the sole that disrupted an industry and made Vibram a household name among outdoorsmen across the globe. Its strength is a product of its simplicity—a one-piece design with no glue or stitching that might be stressed by the elements. Its secret is Vibram's SBR compound, which is lightweight and shock-absorbent, but still rugged enough to take a beating.
Chromexcel is made using proprietary techniques and formulas developed over 100 years ago in a factory still owned and operated by the Horween family in Chicago. It's characterized by a rich pull-up in full aniline, hand-rubbed finish, superior comfort, and durability. Chromexcel was made famous by its patina—the unique character of each hide which comes to life with wear.