Today's Favorites - Camouflage Patina by Septieme Largeur

For most of you that have read this blog before, you are probably familiar with the fact that personally, I am not a fan of camouflage, at least not on articles of clothing for the general public. But, I have to say that these are pretty damn cool. Not that I would ever wear them, because it’s just not my thing, but I have to say that I definitely respect the artistry that went behind this. I talked to Mathieu (the gentleman who does the patinas for Septieme Largeur) about these and he said that it was just something that he wanted to do, in order to create a challenge for himself. And what a challenge to pick, as I can imagine that it was incredibly hard….but what a great job he did, as it looks as if it could almost be a print, but instead was done by hand. While I don’t actually believe that these were for a customer, they do now represent what can be done, should you so choose to go a bit out of the ordinary. With this now in his bag of tricks, it would very much appear that Mathieu’s skills seem to be progressing as time goes on and I now look forward to whatever he challenges himself with next…

Share:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on reddit
Share on pinterest
Share on tumblr
Share on email

1 thought on “Today’s Favorites – Camouflage Patina by Septieme Largeur”

  1. Hi Justin,
    Such boots could actually be a nice choice for parties and club evening events within military environments. “A real change of pace” in footwear as Will aka A Suitable Wardrobe would say!
    John

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Welcome to The Shoe Snob Blog! 

This blog was created to not only show the journey of one man who wanted to make the shoe industry the best it could be but also the share all of the knowledge gained along the way. 

Ultimately this blog is about seeing men wearing better shoes through education and sharing what is out there that deserves recognition. 

Click the link to read more about me and my journey to make this all happen!