Church’s Flexible Goodyear Welted Collection

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Comfortable, yes. Stylish, yes. Flexible? Now that you think about it, yes.

Only an established brand like Church’s would know exactly what a wearer needs in a shoe, and after centuries in the business, they finally solved the age-old problems that a good coat of polish never could—unsightly creases and misshapes. Although a bit of wear-and-tear can be quite charming, these flexible Goodyear soles—with special handmade “oil” treatments—are also made for comfort, almost folding in half, while still maintaining the brand’s beautiful trademark structure.

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