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Considered the prototype of English shoe. Made from the 1830s, it did not become fashionable until 1870. According to some authors, its use dates from the eighteenth century, in the form of a short boot used by university students on walks on the campus of this city; Others place it in Ireland and Scotland. All agree that the prototype of the model that has come to us today was born in London, in the workshop of John Lobb (a craftsman who made the shoe for the Prince of Wales, known as the "cobbler of kings and king of The shoemakers "), and is characterized by being made in three pieces: the tip, part of the front body and the part of the cords. The front of the blade is sewn on the back and the tab under the front blade. At present it is the masculine shoe that is considered more formal and optimal for a dark and smooth suit, a diplomatic suit or for the jacket. They can be in these times, the best choice to accompany a smoking