Founded in 1873 in Kurume, Japan Shoes Like Pottery arrive at Dandy Fellow this season with a huge history & reputation. Renowned for their individual style and vulcanizing finishing process a pair of Shoes Like Pottery shoes are becoming a must have for fans of canvas shoes all around the world.
Founded in 1873 at Kurume, Fukuoka, Japan
The hallmark of Shoes Like Pottery is the vulcanizing process, or ka-ryu in Japanese. In the ka-ryu process each shoe is fired in a kiln similar to the process of making pottery.
Above all the most attractive part of “shoes like pottery” is a highly crafted and beautiful texture which only skilled workers can create by hand. Made in Japan
Product Features :
1 - Shoes Like Pottery are made in Kurume, Japan
2 - Foxing elastic tape around the sole is stamped with a rubber seal bearing the logo of the "lucky hammer" or known as uchide no kozuchi.
3 - Soles are created to resemble the pebbled texture of raw rubber
4 - Bottom soles of the shoes are a vivid shade of blue. giving a flash of colour to your steps.