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104 Prince St
1992 was a big year for John, as he officially invaded New York City with a new shoe boutique in SoHo/Nolita, impressing all of the fashionistas with his revolutionary heels and hip-grunge Angel boots. Soon movie stars, rock stars, and all the fashionably hip dressers were flocking to John's SoHo boutique, establishing him as footwear's newest icon. Continuing the Fluevog heritage by using classic partial blake construction with soles and
uppers made from high-grain Italian leathers, the lace-up 104 Prince Street is a gorgeous, dressy shoe for the hippest gentleman.
*These particular leather soles can be slippery. If you find this to be the case, we advise adding a topy as a safety precaution.
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Shawn and Catherine from our Washington DC store says:
The 104 Prince St. is a classic men's shoe that fits true to size and has a nice medium width.
3 reviews so far... write yours!
Posted by Matthew Finnigan from United States:
I love these. I didn't plan on getting them, they hadn't even really grabbed my eye on the site. But I went into the Newbury St store looking for something black and formal. Johnny spent some time with me, trying on a whole bunch of shoes, and I walked out with these. Very comfortable, and they just look so damned slick. You won't find many other people wearing a whole-cut shoe, either.
Posted by sean from United States:
I have both the black pair (Boston) and the cognac pair (Gastown) of Princes, and I love them! They've wrapped around my feet perfectly. I've got wide feet, and so it took a few wears, but they fit so well now, and the fact that the shoe is made from one continuous piece of leather just looks beautiful. They're so unique in an understated way. Score!
Posted by Paul
Fluevog the best
I own six pairs of Fluevogs, both dressy and casual, and I proudly tell people at retailers that when it comes to shoes, my feet are only wrapped in Fluevogs.
I am also the chair and founder of the Q Hall of Fame Canada, our national LGBTQ Human Rights Hall of Fame. Our colours are pink and black and I have encouraged people who attend our biennial event to wear Fluevogs that represent our colours. Fluevogs are unique and honour the individual, just as our heros were unique and honoured our individual rights.
Kudos to John and his entire team for not following the status quo and challenging convention. We, understand that this can sometimes be challenging, and that it takes courage and creativity. Thanks for sticking to it and giving us some really fabulous alternatives for showing our uniqueness as human beings.
Q Hall of Fame Canada