This pointed creeper is made of black smooth leather and cowhide printed with a leopard print. The laces are guided through two elaborately processed metal eyelets in silver. The light, quiet creeper sole is typically fluted and has a small plateau. This shoe is a unisex model and an all-time classic for people who appreciate comfort and unusual designs.
When Henry Hoppe opened his first store, the BBC, in 1970, timing was perfect and delivered the look of the subculture and punk movement. His Pick Up shop followed in 1978, where the only Dr. Martens, striped jeans and creeper shoes that everyone wanted. The classic Creepers have a corrugated sole with a slight plateau look, are particularly light, comfortable and quiet and undoubtedly one of the classics when it comes to shoes for punks, new wavers or goths. Since most creepers were produced in Asia in the 90s and the quality changed as a result, Henry looked for an alternative. The creepers that we sell to this day are lovingly handcrafted especially for us in a small factory in Portugal. They are called the BBC as a tribute to his first store.