A casual classic for the summer, the Men's Barbour Moss Driving Shoes are a slip-on driving shoe crafted from supple leather and nubuck for a luxurious feel. For easy wear, the shoes are styled with a penny loafer inspired saddle overlay across the vamp and a woven stripe detail to the sides. Featuring a flexible rubber sole unit for added comfort and grip, they're finished subtly with an embossed Barbour logo to the heel.
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