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  • Yago Indigo & Castor
  • Yago Indigo & Castor
  • Yago Indigo & Castor
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Yago Indigo & Castor

£37.98

was £94.95

  • Fit Medium fit
  • Colour Indigo/Castor
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  • Editor's Notes

    This classic men's boat shoe has been handcrafted with soft vintage leather uppers, removeable insoles and our lightweight contrasting rubber Dockside sole. Slip resistant grips ensure you'll be ship shaped and Bristol fashioned should you take to the waters, while comfortable, breathable sheepskin linings mean these men's deck shoes can be worn with or without socks.

  • Details

    Vintage brushed leather upper
    Natural rubber gel sole
    Non-slip rubber tread
    Removable PU insoles
    Lightweight & flexible
    Anatomic Gel Technology®

  • Delivery & Returns

    UK Delivery

    Standard Delivery (2-3 working days) - Free on orders over £50 (normally £3.95)

    Express Next Day Delivery (order before 2pm, Mainland UK, next working day) - £5.95 (Delivery is excluded on weekends & UK Public Holidays)

    International Delivery

    We now ship to over 100 countries worldwide. Find out more about our delivery options 

    Returns

    30 days to change your mind & Free UK returns with Royal Mail

    Find out more about our returns policy

Product reviews

100% of our customers liked this product (6 reviews)

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Rating
Comment
Staff Comment
Date
07-May-2017
Rating
Good
Comment
Very comfortable. Rubber a little just under my left ankle ,( probably me ).
Staff comment
Hello there,Thank you for your feedback.We are glad to know that you find these shoes comfortable. Hope you enjoy your new shoes.Thank you.Anatomic Shoes Team
Date
03-Feb-2017
Rating
Excellent
Comment
Very good shoes at a very good price in the sale, however the cost of postage to Guernsey in the Channel Islands (closer than the North of Scotland !) should not be the same as the rest of the world.
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