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Philip II Chestnut Misty Calf

John Lobb

$2,295.00

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A five-eyelet half-brogue oxford, the Philip II is an elegant yet versatile shoe. It is a shoe that embodies the transformation of the brogue from an exclusively country shoe into a key part of a city gentleman’s wardrobe. It is the Philip II’s intricate broguing that lends it the subtlety and refinement to be a perfect business shoe. Crafted on John Lobb’s balanced 7000 last, the Philip II has a sleek, symmetrical round toe. It is a shoe that lends itself equally well to both business and casual attire, bringing a touch of class to either context. 

Founded in London in 1866, John Lobb has been making some of the world’s finest shoes for almost 150 years. This rich heritage is founded upon a relentless commitment to expert craftsmanship and timeless design. It takes 190 individual steps to make a pair of John Lobb shoes, a process that proves the company’s devotion to excellence.

- Goodyear welt construction
- Five-eyelet half-brogue oxford
- Full-grain calf upper
- Single leather sole
- 7000 last
- UK E width (standard fitting)
- Available in other colours
- 100% made in Northampton, England
- Includes John Lobb's limewood shoe trees