“Brogueing”originated in Scotland where the highlanders punched holes in the upper leather to let water drain out and has since become ubiquitous as a decoration on smart casual shoes. The Cheltenham brogue is a Derby pattern and as such the facings lie over the vamp. This gives the shoe more flexibility and tends to be particularly comfortable for feet with high arches.
The Cheltenham Brogue is a full, or wingtip brogue in Sundance oiled calf, with a studded rubber sole. Perfect for a day at the races.