Trafton Cole and Eddie Haan began Cole Haan in 1928, resolving to make good goods and nothing but good goods. Their entrepreneurial spirit and timeless vision continues to inspire Cole Haan’s products, and today they create the shoes, bags, and finishing touches for people who are ingenuous, resourceful and want to make a difference. Cone Denim as a company was started in much the same way, with that same entrepreneurial spirit and passion for making timeless, good goods. Today these mutually held beliefs and passion have come together to form a sleek capsule collection of footwear dressed in our very own American-made White Oak denim.
Designed using Cole Haan’s Grand Operating System shoe technology, the limited edition four-piece collection offers up styles for both men and women ranging from casual to more refined, all outfitted in black laser-cut denim woven on vintage shuttle looms at Cone’s White Out mill in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The Grand.OS technology used throughout is touted as “a thoroughly modern operating system for your feet” and boasts advanced flexibility and cushioning in lightweight, breathable designs that generate ready-to-wear comfort from day one.
Above: the 2.ZEROGRAND Unlined Laser Wingtip Oxford in Cone Denim
Above: the Antionette Grand Pump in Cone Denim