Driving Shoes

Why it is called so?

Handmade True Moccasin Genuine Leather Driving Shoe
Designed to give
utmost comfort while driving.

Driving shoes have a characteristic thinner Fexible outsole which curves backwards allowing for angular position needed while using brakes & clutch.

Handmade True Moccasin Genuine Leather Driving Shoe
Equally comfortable at indoors

Driving shoes have a characteristic thinner Fexible outsole which curves backwards allowing for angular position needed while using brakes & clutch.

History of Driving Shoes

In 1963 an Italian patented an innovative flexible lightweight shoe which was designed for driving; the whole objective of this shoe was to avoid heavy soles. Driving shoes have a characteristic thinner flexible outsole more

Handmade True Moccasin Genuine Leather Driving Shoe

Very comfortable, I love them and i am glad that i have 5 of these now.

Designed To Keep Your Feet Cool

Sweat-friendly Proprietary leather on the inside (genuine leather lining) absorbs the sweat almost instantaneously.

The absorbed sweat travels to the surface and dries up, keeping your feet cooler and drier than most other shoes.

In 1963 an Italian patented an innovative flexible lightweight shoe which was designed for driving; the whole objective of this shoe was to avoid heavy soles. Driving shoes have a characteristic thinner flexible outsole which curves backwards allowing for angular position needed while using brakes & clutch. Its leather lined to make usage without socks enjoyable. It became a big hit while Tods also started manufacturing these. Back then it was very rich man's product.

How Driving Shoes Started?

Back in 1963 an Italian company (called ‘Car Shoe’) came up with a new shoe which was in particular designed for making driving more relaxing. This company patented this shoe and is mostly accepted as the starting point of driving shoes.

Driving shoes purpose was to replace traditional shoes while driving. Since wealthy gentlemen did not want to wear the soles of their shoes and sometimes normal shoes can be cumbersome for driving. Regular shoes can lot of times end up being chunkier (like Boots) and often rather heavy. Heavy shoes are unpleasant to drive with. This is the problem that driving shoes was attempting to solve.

The Cars Shoe brand soon became known for its signature moccasin with rubber pebbles. As mentioned, driving shoes appeared to be luxury item not many could afford, but Diego Della Valle, owner of famous Italian brand,

Tod’s saw an opportunity to sell soft, comfortable shoes to the masses. Instantly these shoes were a huge success. From that point on, driving shoes have become fashionable item available to everyone. Even if you do not own or drive a car you can wear them because they are ideal shoes for hot weather.

Sometimes, you just need a simple shoe. Something that slips on easily, looks great when dressed up, and most importantly, is comfortable for long periods of time. The modern day driving shoe, a modern version of the moccasin, a shoe worn by the indigenous peoples of North America for generations. How should you wear this type of shoe? I’ve got all the answers you’re looking for below.

TZARO driving shoes follows classical Moc-Toe construction technique [in which leather turns like an envelope below the sole].

The moc-toe construction allows the feet to expand inspite of shoe coming in standard snug-fit. Every time you walk – your muscles expand when your big toe goes flat on the floor. Only moc-toe construction allows the leather to expand in this muscle movement. TZARO driving shoes are all leather lined for extra comfort and also allowing for exceptional sweat friendliness. The sole is rubber which gives exceptional grip as well as flexibility. These come in 50 different designs and colors to suit all your moods.

When you’re wearing a driving shoe, it’s recommended to go sockless. They were made to accommodate a bare foot. Simply slip on a pair and head out for the afternoon. If you HAVE to wear socks with them, then look for no-show socks. They’ll keep your feet covered without adding lines where you don’t want them.

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