of waxed calf leather, this shoe is correct for any Town
occasion; although Box Calf is now more used with equal
effect if preferred. The smart line is enhanced by the beveled
"waist" - the centre portion of the sole which
joins the front with the heel-which is a feature of all
light-weight shoes and contrasts with the square waist used
for stouter types such as "Norwegian" or "Shooting"
shoes; the punched holes in the toe-cap are sometimes replaced
by two narrow rows of stitching.