HAVEN

Brand: visvim

Model: Voyageur Moc Shaman and Canoe Moc II

Key Features: The Voyageur Moc Shaman mocassins come with a suede upper, brass eyelets, and side fringes, while the Canoe Moc IIs feature a leather and suede mix upper, contrasting color stitching, and heel stabilizer.

Release Date: Available now

Price: $797 — $1,010

Buy: HAVEN

Editor’s Notes: Designed by Hiroki Nakamura, visvim’s latest SS19 collection — “Indigo Camping Trading Post” — is all about Americana aesthetics mixed with workwear-inspired styles, taking inspiration from the brand’s newly-opened New Mexico and Los Angeles flagship stores. Highlights from the line include its hand-crafted footwear, with the Voyageur Moc Shaman and Canoe Moc II being the standout models.

Made with high-quality cow suede, the Voyageur mocassins come with luxurious features such as leather laces, brass eyelets, and hand-stitched details throughout. The Canoe Moc II is no different, also featuring a hand-sewn upper, chemical-free crepe sole, and large leather heel stabilizer.

Handmade in Japan, both models are a true testament to artisanal craftsmanship, which unsurprisingly means that they come with luxury price tags to match. Currently available at HAVEN, visvim’s Voyageur Moc Shaman and Canoe Moc II are priced at $797 and $1,010, respectively.

Take a closer look at the high-end mocassins below.

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  • Curated by: Yulia Pankova
Shopping Writer

Injera connoisseur from Italy, currently mastering the art of finessin' in Berlin.

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