Sanders has been producing British-made footwear since 1873, but in 2018, they’re putting out a quintet of clean-cut styles previously exclusive to the Japanese market. The British shoemakers are a longstanding supplier to the Ministry of Defence, and this collection draws inspiration from the brand’s archive of military designs that have proven so popular in Japan over the years.
The Japan collection features two pairs of boots and three pairs of shoes, all of which are built in the United Kingdom. Each pair features a calf leather upper, with both boots utilizing a polished variant of this quality hide. The Picusa Toe Cap Boot stands as an eye-catching nine-hole model, with a woven pull tab and delicate pinking across the toe cap, whilst the Picusa Gibson Apron Shoe is a clean derby that’s made up in deep burgundy. Each pair comes complete with leather lining and a Goodyear welted Itshide rubber sole.
You can shop the full collection at the newly opened Clutch Cafe with prices ranging from $345 to $360.