if you rank the odds of someone shooting at your feet high up on your thread list, then Over All Master Cloth aka O.A.M.C. might just have the right pair of kicks to quell your fear. the Kevlar Radial Low, as it is called, was developed with renowned Parisian shoe maker Atelier Heschung and features a lightweight Kevlar upper construction, a material usually employed for ballistic protection products (bulletproof vests, helmets et cetera), and supple calf leather accents on the collar, heel and eyestay. these hand-sewn dress kicks also boast Norwegian welt for waterproofing, woven laces and rather oddly, heel pull in fluorescent green (it is nice touch, though).
though Kevlar was used in the making of this pair of awesome footwear, it is by no means a pair that will keep speeding slugs out of your feet and since the material was long known for durability and stopping power, it is kind of the ideal stuff to use if you want a seriously tough footwear. however, that also give raise to an opportunity for O.A.M.C to put it to the test – by running it down with a Colt M4 Commando assault rifle. regrettably Kevlar fabric alone cannot stop the forces of sub-sonic/supersonic projectiles and so no, it is not actually bulletproof but it is a good enough proof that this is probably the toughest shoes money can buy. speaking of which, the Kevlar Radial Low by O.A.M.C. can be yours for a cool $950 CAD or about US$861.