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Creating one-of-a-kind, $1,000 shoes is nothing less than a labour of love Add to ...

Peter Feeney, a Bespoke shoemaker, crafts works of art for the feet

The average man walks 5,000 steps a day. But the man who wears the classic whole-cut bespoke Oxford handcrafted by Toronto’s Peter Feeney, who apprenticed with Florentine master Calogero Mannina, is anything but average. These light tan shoes with chocolate suede accents—the au courant material of 2013—are hand polished to render an antique finish that makes every pair unique, just like the man who wears them. Prices start at $900; peterfeeney.ca

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