Scottish sneaker retailer HANON has reunited with Padmore & Barnes, following on from their most recent collaboration at the start of the year. The new capsule focuses on the Higgins silhouette, one of Padmore & Barnes' lesser-known styles that made its debut back in 1978.

HANON has reworked the Higgins into two colorways, with "Sunflower" yellow or beige hitting the Italian velour suede uppers. Other features include a unique hand-stitched moccasin style detailing around the vamp and heel and a debossed HANON flame logo on the rear of the shoe.

The beige colorway also features a crepe sole unit complete with shodow-sprayed edges and a natural underside, while the "Sunflower" design is finished with a black plastic sole unit. Each colorway is limited to just 48 pairs.

The HANON x Padmore & Barnes Higgins capsule is available now from the HANON web store.

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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. The HANON ONLINE RAFFLE for the HANON x Padmore & Barnes Higgins are now live until Friday 24th April 12:00BST, £119.00. ​?​​​​​​​​​​ #HANON #PADMOREANDBARNES #HIGGINS

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