Before the dominance of sneaker culture, casual shoes played a bigger role, especially as summer came to an end. This fall, Noah's created its own versions of two casual classics, the bit loafer and the camp moc, both made in the USA from high-quality Horween suede. We've also collaborated on a custom hiking-boot silhouette from one of our favorite footwear partners, Solovair.
The Trail Oxford is essentially a fall version of a boat shoe, with a four-eyelet vamp that's meant to pair better with pants or jeans. Earth-toned suedes and brown pebbled soles complete the picture.
We like that bit loafers aren't exactly a standard style, but also think they shouldn't be saved for dressy occasions–especially in suede. They work great as an everyday shoe, worn however you want.
Finally, a hiker silhouette, in Solovair's hands, becomes something more than simply casual or outdoor footwear. The quality's high enough that we'd be comfortable wearing these with a suit. Available 9/9.