Brogues

The word brogue comes from the Gaelic for shoe. It requires skill and experience to produce a good brogue and it is characterised by two main features – it is made of many different pieces of leather stitched together, and it has decorative holes punched in the leather.

These features are incorporated into different shoe styles, traditional and contemporary. The ghillie brogue has an open front and no tongue, and is worn with a formal kilt outfit. The Oxford brogue is worn with kilt or trousers for day or evening, while the buckle brogue is a dressy option to wear with kilt or tartan trews. The ghillie boot is for casual wear.


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