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Article: New Site Feature: MTO Filters

New Site Feature: MTO Filters

Over the years we've made hundreds upon hundreds of made-to-order shoes for clients. We do our best to photograph and catalog each pair -- even if it's just a small tweak on an existing style -- to show you as many shoes as possible. We of course love when clients come up with new ideas and color/texture combinations, but sometimes finding your next pair is as simple as appreciating what's been done before, and snapping it up in your own size!

With that in mind, the made to order section on our site acts as a sort of "archive" of our shoes over the years, enabling you to order any pair we've made in the past -- or to use those pairs to get your own imagination going, and create a unique style just for yourself.

For the first time ever, this archive is fully searchable by color, material, and style!

Simply use the search filters on the side of any made-to-order category to find exactly what you're looking for -- or to come close enough that you can easily envision any further changes necessary to make your dream shoe come true!

Color is the first thing that come to mind when planning a new shoe in your collection, and by combining filter for "Color" and "Material" you can effortlessly find the perfect color of smooth calfskin, grain leather, suede, or fabric for your next pair.

And for a better understanding of the actual models available, each MTO category (such as "Oxfords" or "Loafers") has a filter for "Style," so you can quickly find the kind of shoe you're looking for without needing to know any of our model names.

The "Style" filter includes common designs such as "Wholecut" or "Penny Loafer," but is also a quick way to find more esoteric designs such as "Swan Neck," "U Wing Cap," and "Duck Boot."

Check out the whole MTO archive here, or browse by category:

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