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Castañer for Men

Straw espadrilles have been the Castañer signature since 1927. Today the Spanish label, which started as a small family business, also offers boots, shoes and sandals with the same reputation for expert craftsmanship and casual elegance.

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  • These Tiger espadrilles from Kenzo are a light and comfortable shoe ideal for casual outings. In luxurious suede and leather, these espadrilles feature a round toe, a contrasting straw outsole, a branded insole and a flat rubber sole. Kenzo’s signature Tiger motif can be found intricately embroidered on the toe. ...
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