Cool Shoes by John Fluevog

The Dame Agnes
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Hepburn Patent
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Body Part Pump
John Fluevog and Peter Fox founded Fox & Fluevog in 1970, in Vancouver. They were selling brand new turn of the century . In the 80’s Peter Fox moved to New York and specialized in wedding . Fluevog took over the business and designs all the . They even have a couple of vegan styles called Veggie Vogs. The uppers are made of hemp-cotton blend and a memory foam insole for maximum comfort. Lined with nylon, 100% natural gum rubber soles and water-based adhesive.
Fluevog has always been designing cool shoes, great colours with sculptured heels – and now they are all in fashion!

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2 comments on “Cool Shoes by John Fluevog

  1. Molly
    April 1, 2008 at 9:09

    Wow.. i love the The Dame Agnes pair- the heel is very prada a/w 08.
    And what fantastic soles! They almost [note the almost here :)] rival the red loubiton soles!
    :) x

  2. Rebekah
    April 2, 2008 at 7:07

    Yes, they are so cool! It’s great to look at other parts of the world as there are so many great designers!!

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