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Driving Mocs are heavily influenced by the original moccasin shoes.
What is a Moccasin?
It is a soft leather shoe that has no heels and no soles where it is made out of one piece of leather that is then reinforced with a top vamp for a separate piece. It also features a hand sewn stitching that connects the bottom piece of leather to the vamp.
Difference of Moccasin and Loafers
The basic difference is that loafers are constructed differently and even though they may have that hand seam on the vamp, they have a separate leather sole and a heel.
History of Moccasins
The moccasins arrived from Asia via the Bering Sea and it became really popular as the classic native American shoe. The moccasin will always have that one piece leather construction with a hand sewn vamp stitching.
Traditionally, moccasins were produced from deer skin, elk skin, moose or buffalo or whatever is native at that time. Today the soft moccasins are usually made out of either elk or deer because they are a lot softer than bison or even cowhide. Over time a little channel was added on top which could be tightened up with a leather lace which kept the moccasin closer on your foot.
They are called the Driving mocs because they are super comfortable to drive. They have very soft inner sole and that's because it's basically a leather sole that is pebbled with rubber knobs and it just help you to make the shoe last longer while not losing the flexibility, softness and sensitivity that you need when you drive.
Difference of Driving Mocs and Boat Shoes
They are actually quite different even though they have a similar seam on the vamp. Most boat shoes feature a solid rubber sole versus driving mocs have pebbled knobs or other kinds of sole options.
Driving Mocs Leathers
I really like soft leathers so deerskin is ideal but for a more casual character I really like the suede leathers because they just scream casual summer and relaxed. Sometimes you can also see driving mocs made out of cowhide. They are a lot stiffer, they are thicker and while they are harder wearing, I find them a lot less comfortable.
DO’s and DON’Ts
1. Do wear them for driving that is what they are designed for and that's where they're best.
2. Don't use them to walk around a lot especially not if you have the pebbled version or the all leather version because you will destroy them quickly.
3. Do wear them in the spring and summer or in warmer climates with seersucker pants or chinos. You can also wear them with shorts and polo shirts.
4. Do not wear driving mocs with a suit or a jacket
5. Do not wear driving mocs in colder climates, when its rainy or wet outside because of the leather sole it won't take long until you have wet feet.
6. Do combine them with bright colors because it's a summer shoe you can be more daring.
7. Don't walk too much in them because there's no toe support and heel support.
Colors for Driving Mocs
There's a lot of black out there and it's fundamentally wrong because black is a formal color and this is an informal shoe. The most popular colors are probably brown and tan. Try to stick with a little more vivid colors especially in yellow, red, green or blue because it underlines that summery casual character and it just suits the shoe much better.
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