Got Sole?

Brightly coloured soles, our picks for the love it or loath it footwear trend that will be the big thing this summer.
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Sanders Navy Suede Gibson Shoe

Early pioneers of the trend, these Suede Gibson Shoes from Sanders ease you in gently with a subtle red brick sole. A lot tamer than some of the other designs on the market but no less striking, especially when contrasted with the navy suede. Sanders also offer the shoe in beige and the good old mainstay Clarks carried a similar (currently sold out) take during their recent brand revamp.


Mark McNairy New Amsterdam Brogues

Like Sander’s before them, Mark McNairy jumped upon the sole wagon early doors offering amongst others these fantastic brogues with a bright yellow sole. With the body of the shoe in a green suede and brogue wingtip they manage to maintain a solid classic element and quality aesthetic with a contemporary styling.


D&G, Black Burnished Leather Contrast Sole Shoes

If you’re looking for quality as well as versatility in your footwear then you can’t really go wrong with this D&G design. A classic looking round toe shoe with a high shine polished leather finish. As always with D&G footwear these are made to perfection in soft leather with a wood and leather finished sole. The shoes carry enough distinction for you to feasibly wear with dress trousers whilst the eye-catching blue also sufficiently tones down the look to work with a more casual jean.


T+F Slack Shoemakers, Savi Derby Shoes

Not for the faint hearted but if you’re into making a statement with your clothing or you’re Mika, then these should be right up your street. A suede round toe design in a startling green, offset by a gentle blue lightweight rubber sole. One thing is certain, you wouldn’t have any trouble crossing roads. They also stock a more standard take in a few more less show-stopping but equally as appealing array of tones and finishes, including an alternative stitched leather sole.