Cole Haan Grant Canoe Penny Papaya
Rubber, meet road. Originally designed for race car drivers and then adopted by upper class motorists, the Cole Haan Grant Canoe Penny Papaya slipper-like loafers were just too good to keep in the car. They say jet-setting Europeans were the first to wear them as street shoes, pioneering the trend in summertime St. Tropez. By the 1960s, the look had caught on everywhere, making them a warm weather favorite on every continent. In addition, these shoes are crafted using a traditional moccasin construction—a time-tested technique that started in New England. This method ensures that the exceptionally plush leather wraps around the entire foot, cradling it for a sock-like fit. Drivers generally feature one of two kinds of soles. The more traditional styles are nubbed (also called punch-through because of the way the nubs come through the leather outsole); these are more flexible and have a barefoot feel. The second type, called a unit outsole, is more substantial, and built from a single piece of rubber.
Cole Haan Grant Canoe Penny Papaya Features:
- Leather upper
- Hand sewn on the last moccasin construction
- Unlined upper; plug lined in leather
- Flexible rubber nubby driving sole and heel protector
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