The evolution of Visvim's footwear growth and development has been clearly documented in their catalogs and online through blogs since their inception in 2000. The collection has taken tremendous strides as Hiroki Nakamura continues to learn and strive to make the best possible products. In the last couple of seasons we've see Visvim take aim on some of the more traditional items in American history, such as the long wingtip shoe. The Patrican last fall was done very nicely and can be spotted in our first issue of Inventory. This spring's long winged brother however is again a step up in the use of high quality leather's for the suede outer and the extremely soft liner. They come in sand, black and white and seem to have shed the ribbon-like detail that the sample adorn, which is a good decision. The shoes will probably not be for everyone, but as a fan of both the long wing and Visvim, there was never much doubt in my mind.