The Noah Court Shoe – CLAE Footwear Fall/Winter 2017

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Recently launched, the CLAE “Escape the Ordinary” footwear collection for Fall/Winter 2017 features some stylish designs that pay homage to the Californian outdoors. Modern, lightweight, and breathable materials such as heavy waxed suede as well as wool and aniline leather appear throughout the range, in elegant muted tones. The silhouettes modernize classics in a refined way; among them, Noah caught our eye.

This versatile court shoe boasts a perforated pig or goat suede upper and a neoprene heel accent. Water resistant and soft, the suede also provides durability and just the right amount of stretch for more comfort. A molded EVA footbed enhances breathability, while the cupsole adds another modern accent to the design. Noah comes with flat waxed laces and a leather lined upper. Colors include the timeless black and gray as well as the fall-ready butterscotch brown. You can find the court shoe now on the brand’s website and at selected retailers at a price of $120.

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