Gentlemen Bike: Oliver Sweeney Sandim Shoe

David White | Tuesday, May 14, 2013 | 0 comments

Oliver Sweeney Sandim Shoe

With the green movement taking over many a city across the world bicycles are inspiring more than you know.  The Sandim Shoe by Oliver Sweeney was inspired by the very bicycle itself.   The tan leather stitched panels on the vamp and the heel offer a cool kind of guarding for pedaling and bicycle mechanics contact.  Constructed of calf leather from two of England's best tanneries, Charles F. Stead of Leeds and Claytons of Chesterfield, the skins are thick enough to not need linings and comfortable enough for a nice walk or ride due to the durable rubber sole.  Available now at

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