Bally Newly Designed @ Men's Classic Collection

 Since 1851 Baly had been drawing on the brand’s vast heritage, Bally has taken the craftsmanship of its famous Goodyear Construction range to a new level offering customers a newly designed ‘Men’s Classics’ collection of footwear for both men and women. Introduced in the 1950s, the Goodyear welting technique has been perfected by Bally’s craftsmen to guarantee quality and durability. The exacting process involving over 200 individual steps produces shoes that are superb examples of craft, comfort and luxury whilst highlighting Bally’s technical innovation of traditional expertise. This season this world-class method has been used to craft a capsule collection of elegant shoes inspired by men’s classic styles.
Bally’s iconic brogueing technique, first used on men’s shoes in 1888, is transformed into a stylish decorative pattern on a range of masculine styles for women. The collection includes an elegant Oxford brogue made from the finest calf leather with flat or 50mm heels available in Black, Brown and two-tone; a double Monk Strap in luxurious hand-coloured box calf, and a soft yet durable suede Moccasin. Bally’s Injection Moulded Lug Sole, originally developed for heavy-duty hiking boots, has been adapted to create an elegant yet functionally robust collection of all-weather city shoes. The male collection includes Oxford’s, Derby’s, Ankle Boots and Double Monk Straps in leathers specially treated to produce bold, contemporary finishes with a refined yet relaxed feel. All styles come in rich seasonal colours such as Brown, Red and Petrol Blue.

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