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Kleman’s Padror Is An Archetypal Tyrolean Stomper

The Tyrolean style shoe dates back decades and has become an iconic silhouette in the menswear world. An authenticated classic, the shoe has its origins in the Tyrol region of the Austrian and Italian Alps.

Often causing a divided opinion, it’s hard to argue the styles impact. Characterized by a chunky sole, stitching around the toe box and double eyelets, the Pardor from French brand Klemen stays true to the Tyrolean moniker. Boasting a hard wearing anti-slip absorbent rubber sole, they feature a leather upper and are made in France.

One of the real winners here is versatility; dress them with jeans, khakis, suit trousers or even a short for a certain je ne sais quoi. Expect the leather to age and patina over time, these will be in your rotation for years to come.

Available for $230 at Namu Shop.