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Men's 'Davern' brogues from Hudson London with rich, drum dyed leather upper and premium leather sole. Incorporating classic qualities, the shoes feature punched brogue detailing and rose embellishment to the almond toe for a unique look. Six lace up closure and outsole stitches complete the design. Leather lining. - K.N.
Upper, Lining and Sole: Leather
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May seem expensive but you get a beautifully made pair of shoes with a real quality feel and finish to them including leather soles. I'm extremely delighted with them and think there worth ever penny. They are as comfy as they are beautiful. I bought them with a 30 percent off with a voucher and they still weren't cheap, but I had been looking at lots other pairs of shoes and kept coming back to this pair as loved the quality look, design and the drum dye tan colour. They just as special as I had hoped, and would even buy them again full price if i ever lost them