We have taken delivery of four new styles of shoe from one of our favourite footwear brands, Paraboot. In fresh new materials, we have restocked two best sellers and added two previously unavailable models to our line up.
With their distinctive dark green label, rugged good looks and sturdy welted construction, Paraboots add a touch of distinctly Gallic panache to any outfit.
In a warm honey suede, we present the Chambord, a perennial classic here at Timothy Everest, and a new model for us, the Dax penny loafer. Both sit on a slightly thinner, more elegant “Galaxy” sole, in a pleasingly bright hue hand-selected to perfectly match our seersucker and washed cotton suiting.
And in darker brown “Pebble” or Scotch Grain leather, we offer: the Michael – Paraboot’s most recognisable signature model – a tough Tyrolian walking shoe that was first developed in 1935; and the Prevert: a smart Norwegian welted ‘V-Tip” blucher; the perfect companion to our Super 100s worsted flannel and lightweight Fresco suits.