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Visvim Hockney Two-Eye Beige Folk
© Tres Bien
While the popularity of the boat-shoe is slowly diminishing, there's still a few brands who can pull it off without a hitch. No doubt Visvim is one of those brands.

With a continued focus on quality, Visvim releases yet another staple from their footwear collection. Made using their signature cork footbed and lined with naturally tanned, highly moisture absorbent cow hide, these extraordinary shoes can only be truly appreciate when worn without socks.

Visvim Hockney Two-Eye Beige Folk
© Tres Bien

Visvim Hockney Two-Eye Beige Folk
© Tres Bien

Visvim Hockney Two-Eye Beige Folk
© Tres Bien

But in order to do so, you'll have to be willing to give up an arm and a leg to own a pair. Depending on how you value material objects, these may or may not be worth it. Available for $750 USD from Tres Bien's online shop.
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