Step in Crepe with Alden x Clutch Cafe Ranger Moc Brown Chromexcel M3612

For a pair of shoes that goes with literally everything, look no further than the Alden x Clutch Cafe Ranger Mocs. Folks have been waking up to the versatility of a moc-toe low-cut shoe for a couple of years, now. Just look at the rise of Paraboot. In my view, though, it doesn’t get better than these Aldens, made in collaboration with London’s finest heritage clothing dealer, Clutch Cafe.

The M3612 Ranger Moc is made in the USA from brown Horween Chromexcel leather. This chrome-tanned hide has a matt sheen that complements the subtle burnished red hues present in the depths of the leather, something that will only improve with wear, care, and sun exposure. Onto the silhouette. Alden’s Ranger Moc is a real darling of the brand’s roster, and this exclusive make-up for Clutch lets the silhouette and leather do the talking, with tonal stitching keeping things calm, classy, and refined.

What sets these Rangers apart from Alden’s usual silhouettes? A heeled plantation crepe rubber sole. Starting off firm and breaking in as you wear them, these shock-absorbing soles are perfect for stomping around the city and offer contrasting texture to the smooth upper.

Each pair is made in the USA with Goodyear Welt construction which allows them to be re-soled in the future. The shoe is finished with dual gold foil branding on the insole, tonal laces, and full leather lining.

Available exclusively at Clutch Cafe for $805.