HANON x Padmore & Barnes P204 Slim



Following our inaugural make-up of the P204 last year, we revisit the iconic Padmore & Barnes silhouette to present an updated take in the form of our P204 Slim
. 
As a limited edition of 96 pairs, the P204 has a moccasin-style construction with two eyelets and a bellowed tongue, and is produced on Padmore’s Original nature form last. This HANON edition is hand-stitched and constructed with a slimmer No.1 plantation crepe sole unit - the highest grade of crepe - and the finest Italian suede and leather.  
Our Padmore & Barnes P204 arrives in a predominantly rich mahogany tumbled leather upper with a burnt orange suede vamp which is contrasted by a black leather collar. It comes complete with a lush leather lining, a subtle HANON Flame logo at the heel, and a bespoke leather insole with our logo lock-up applied via gold foil detailing, all of which give the shoe a premium feel. 
Each pair is then presented in Padmore’s signature shoe box with gold foil branding on the lid, branded tissue paper, two lace sets - one tan and one dark brown, and a hand numbered hang tag. 
Established in 1934 and founded in Kilkenny, Ireland, Padmore & Barnes has a rich history in the art of fine shoemaking. Evoking an authenticity and gold standard which can only be achieved in the spirit of traditional shoemaking, Padmore’s footwear to this day is still imagined in Ireland, manufactured in Europe, and handcrafted by local artisans. 
The HANON x The Original Padmore & Barnes P204 Slim will be released via an ONLINE RAFFLE which will end on Tuesday 8th March.  
Product Details: 
SKU Code: S00279 
Colour: Brown Romance Maluf 
Price: £130.00. 
Size Break: UK6 / UK7 / UK8 / UK9 / UK10 / UK11 / UK12 


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