Bowling shoes have been a mod staple style since the 1960′s and were further popularised by punk rock revival band ‘The Jam’ throughout the late 1970′s and early 80′s. Legend has it that the fashion started completely by accident, when a friend of Richard Barnes – author of the mod movement book ‘Mods’ – walked out of a bowling alley after forgetting to exchange his shoes. If you consider yourself to be a mod or simply enjoy wearing something a little quirky, these vintage Status brand bowling style shoes might possibly be right up your alley. Made from high quality three toned leather and a natural crepe rubber sole they are durable and comfortable enough to walk you through decades to come.
Womens Size 6
Overall Condition 5/5
Sold. A stylish choice Kathleen.
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