Paraboot was founded in 1927, revolutionising classic leather shoes with latex soles for harder wearing every day wear. “Para” for the port in Amazonia from where their rubber was supplied and “boot” to memorialise the discovery Founder, Rémy Richard, made in America.
The Coraux features Blake stitching, also known as the sewn-through technique. In 1858, the young shoemaker Lyman Reed Blake invented this process while working for the sewing machine manufacturer Singer. It brought greater lightness to the shoe as well as elegnace and flexibility.
- Simple piped seam Loafer
- Saddle strap
- Unlined model
- Blake stitching on a genuine rubber sole