Fraternal footwear label Feit has just dropped the lookbook for their Bi-Colour High & Low range – two tone court sneakers handmade by means of an advanced Goodyear construction technique from vegetable tanned leather that sounds like it has undergone an intensely restorative artisanal spa treatment.
The shoes – available in a variety of colourways and cuts – are left on the moulding last for up to ten days, where they’re lightly steamed and humidified until the buffalo leather they’re constructed from is contoured to the footbed, no doubt an incredibly relaxing process. They also look like eminently chic Neenish tarts for your feet – praise of the highest order; praise I don’t dole out lightly.
Feit’s latest are available at their Sydney flagship and at the high temple of luxury wares, Dover Street Market, in London, New York and Tokyo. Your feet will thank you.