Made in Portugal
There's nothing more classic than a crisp white pair of sneakers, and these are simply some of the very best in the world. We use gorgeous off-white horsehide for the upper, the toughest Italian rubber sole in the business, an unbelievably comfortable and supportive insole, and the cleanest all-around construction and stitching available anywhere. This trainer looks great, fits brilliantly, and provides countless miles of faithful service.
This front quarter horsehide tone is a very light grey that's only a few shades off of white. It gives the versatility of a minimal white trainer, but with a more unique color shade. Tanned in Portugal, its official name is "Couro Cavalo" The skin is taken from the has both a high natural oil content and a signature small visible grain. The effect is slightly distressed and the hand is radically supple. This gorgeous skin will age beautifully with wear
The Hermosa Low Trainer
The Epaulet Hermosa Low Trainer is a brand new silhouette to our sneaker family. It maintains a clean silhouette with an added row of stitching across the toxebox and eyestays. They'll wear in beautifully, and we believe you'll find them to be some of the most comfortable shoes that you have ever worn. The last has a sleek profile, low toe box, and perfectly rounded toe cap. An Italian-made Margom rubber sole provides great traction and a cushioned ride. The sole is cemented internally and reinforced with 360° stitching to the upper. A kidskin glove leather full liner extends throughout the interior. Both whole and half sizes are available for a precise fit.
Epaulet Tennis Trainers run true to size. If you typically wear a 10D in dress shoes, then we recommend ordering a US10 in these. For a comparison to our dress shoes, this size would correspond to a 10D in the Alden Aberdeen last, a 9.5D in the Alden Barrie or Tru-Balance last, and a 9UK in most Carmina lasts. Many of our customers also tend to wear the same size in these as they would in a Converse Jack Purcell or Vans Authentic - which can be a useful comparison for getting fitted locally.
For European customers looking at the EU size, we also recommend purchasing your typical size.