While some cyclists are content with following the latest cutting-edge style trends that govern the cycling scene, others prefer a more Beau Brummelly approach. And, there are a lot more of them than you think.
As a result, stolid brands such as R.E.W. Reynolds have continued to turn out bespoke cycling attire for the gentleman cyclist since the 1920’s.
However, if you think Reynolds’ old-world leather riding shoes have become a stalwart for the retro cyclist, the British brand recently added an equally stylish boot to its range of two-wheeled haberdashery.
Hewed out of the finest leather and materials, the Reynolds’ boot features a waxy surface treatment, full leather lining, a padded ankle and a recessed sole capable of mounting an SPD style cleat – in all manner of classic brogue boot.
It doesn’t get any more English Dandy than this.
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