Archive for Mark Mcnairy Shoes

Blue Brouge

Posted in Obsessions with tags , , , , , , on June 3, 2010 by James Field
Mark McNairy – TBS Country Brogue II

 

  

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 So being the avid fan of Mark McNairy that I am, I only had a small heart attack when I saw these new Navy blue, white bottomed, Goodyear welted Brogues for summer. Simple and classic, the sole is what McNairy is known for, and aside from his usual red brick’s, these white bottoms offer a cool twist to your summer wardrobe. Worn with shorts, jeans or my preference a Khaki Suit, these are sure to keep you fly all summer.  

 

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(Capsule) Men’s Fall 2010 Trade Show, New York

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on February 20, 2010 by James Field

The brands are coming! The brands are coming!….The (Capsule) Men’s Fall 2010 Trade Show was held on January 18th-19th. This year the show was held at the normal location of the Angel Orensanz Foundation building in the Lower East Side, but since the Spring 2009 Show they added some new brands and expanded to the Puck Building in SoHo. I was stationed at the Angel Orensanz, and was able to view some amazing things from Clae, Mark McNairy and so many more. The show had a huge turn out and was so very exciting, and as always when I volunteer my time to work these shows, I of course take the time to snap some shots for you guys!…enjoy!

Mark Mcnairy: Red Brick Soul Collection

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on November 12, 2009 by James Field

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Being such an avid fan of English-made, Goodyear Welted shoes, it was only natural I would do a post on Mark Mcnairy’s new shoe line entitled “Red Brick Soul”.  All of the shoes are bench made in England and feature throw back red souls. The style and shapes of the Wingtips, Brogues, and Desert Boots featured in the line are versatile, yet classic and trendy enough for todays more hipster shoe consumers.

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My favorites are definitely the Desert Boots. I feel as though a lot of Desert Boots are, shall we just say ugly. I dont like how they slouch in the front tip of the shoe when worn over time, and more than often I hate the souls. The Mark Mcnairy versions are made differently than your average Clarks, so they appeal to the more fashion forward Desert Boot wearers, with their unique red souls.

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