They are characterized by the so-called closed drape, i.e. a piece of leather that is tied with a shoelace and sewn under the front part of the shoe - the vamp. It is this element that makes the shoes more formal.
These are lace-up shoes with an open vamp, i.e. the front part of the shoe, which covers the toes and the instep, and is finished with a tongue. An additional distinguishing element are the sides with eyelets for shoelaces, which are sewn onto the top of the vamp.
This is one of the most popular types of men's footwear. They are characterized by the use of serration on the edges of the leather upper part of the shoes and openwork.
These are shoes with one or two buckles instead of laces. They are characterized by elegance and unusual appearance. Perfect for both formal and casual clothes.