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Jones Made In Portugal

Chilton Leather Double Strap Monk Shoes

  • £89.00

    £160.00

Jones Made In Portugal

Chilton Leather Double Strap Monk Shoes

  • £89.00

    £160.00

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These leather monk shoes just ooze class. If you're wanting to level up your formal wardrobe, look no further than Chilton. With two double buckles across the vamp and subtle brogue detailing to add a flair of personality, and seated on a Blake stitch sole for... Read More
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These leather monk shoes just ooze class. If you're wanting to level up your formal wardrobe, look no further than Chilton. With two double buckles across the vamp and subtle brogue detailing to add a flair of personality, and seated on a Blake stitch sole for... Read More
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What does it mean?

Monk Strap


Distinctive in appearance with its buckle design, the Monk shoe construction boasts similar detailing to that of the Derby shoe with its open quarter, whole cut tongue and vamp. The Monk shoe is a footwear design with no lacing, traditionally fastened with a single or double buckle. Considered a formal addition to your work wear, the Monk shoe strides between the smart appeal of an Oxford and the relaxed look of a Derby.

The Monk shoe is said to have been developed by 15th Century Alpine Monks and worn in monasteries throughout Europe. The Monk shoe rose in popularity during the 1920’s where it quickly became a formal alternative to the Oxford shoe in the post-war era.

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