HANON x Padmore & Barnes Higgins

HANON is proud to present a special edition of the Original Padmore & Barnes with two make-ups of the Higgins silhouette – a lesser known shoe that was originally designed in 1978.
Founded in Kilkenny, Ireland, and established in 1934, Padmore & Barnes has an illustrious history in the production of crafted footwear. Renowned as the makers of the original Wallabee, the company is synonymous with a tradition of fine shoemaking and the art of hand-stitched uppers.
Limited to 48 pairs each, these special HANON editions are constructed with No.1 plantation crepe (Beige colourway only) and the finest Italian velour suedes. Each shoe is hand-stitched and crafted to the highest standards evoking the spirit of traditional manufacturing that continues to endure throughout the ages.
Manufactured on the original Nature Form Last from the 1960s and arriving in beige and yellow colourways with full suede uppers, our Padmore & Barnes Higgins come complete with a unique hand-stitched moccasin style detailing around the vamp and heel. Branding can be found towards the rear of the shoe where our HANON Flame logo is debossed, as well as a bespoke leather insole with our logo lock-up applied via gold foil detailing.
To finish off both of our HANON Higgins, the upper of the Beige Suede colourway is sat atop a crepe sole unit which features shadow-sprayed edges and a natural coloured underside, while the Sunflower Suede colourway is sat atop a black coloured TPR (Thermoplastic) sole unit. Each pair is then presented in Padmore’s signature shoebox with gold foil branding on the lid, complete with a custom HANON hangtag.
Both colourways of the HANON x Padmore & Barnes Higgins will be available from HANON via an online raffle which has now ended.

SKU Code: HAN3918-24 / HAN3918T-29
Colour: Beige Suede / Sunflower Suede
Price: £129.00 each
Size Break: UK6, UK7, UK8, UK9, UK10, UK11

HANON x Padmore & Barnes Higgins
Beige Suede
Price: £129.00.

HANON x Padmore & Barnes Higgins
Sunflower Suede
Price: £129.00.

Thanks to Under The Hammer, Aberdeen.