Paraboot

Reims piped seam loafers in black scotch grain leather (restock)

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Paraboot

Reims piped seam loafers in black scotch grain leather (restock)

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Regular price $525.00
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Size & Fit

Almost Gone. Only 1 left in stock.

"We're excited to welcome Paraboot in the NoMan stable this season, and how could we not stock one of its most iconic shoe (and my most worn Paraboots): the Reims penny loafer. The piped seams, chunky rubber sole and overall sturdy vibe makes it a fantastic companion for casual outfits year-round."---Greg

Details
  • Full grain calf leather upper and piping; saddle strap
  • Split toe; black genuine rubber sole
  • Genuine Norwegian welt stitching for waterproofing
  • Lined with full-grain goatskin leather
  • Handmade in Saint-Jean-de-Moirans, in the Alps region of France
Size & Fit
  • Fit true to your UK size; or one full size down from your usual US size
  • A bit narrow through the instep, so size up if you have a larger instep
SKU: PRBSHO005-080

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About this Maker

Paraboot

The Richard-Pontvert company has been making shoes in France since 1910, but the company wouldn’t become Paraboot or reach its full potential until Remy Richard took a trip to the U.S. in 1927 and discovered Americans' enthusiasm for rubber shoes, soles and vulcanization.  

Paraboot came into fruition as a brand focusing on making 100% waterproof shoes, via construction methods and the use of latex and rubber. "Para" is a reference to the Amazonian port where the rubber came from.

Since then, this family company (now run by its fourth generation) has continued to develop styles for hunting, fishing, winter sports, workwear, etc...  and by extension rugged shoes that mesh so well with casual outfits, last a lifetime and are built in a way that can be resoled and cared for.  

Don't mistake the rugged and casual nature of these shoes with any compromise on quality of make.  After nearly a century of business, Paraboot continues to prioritize quality over quantity, carefully maintaining high standards in construction and materials, and making every pair of shoe in its own factory in Saint-Jean de Moirans in the French Alps region. 

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