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Fittingly named after what Mark Twain called one of the few `unique` American cities, these one-of-a-kind shoes - in walnut perhaps - would have been a great choice for the writer as he toured Bourbon Street in his white suit and black string tie. The woven leather vamp allows the foot to breathe, making these bluchers perfect for the Big Easy`s warm climate and a great way to take advantage of the breeze off the Gulf. Built on the 222-Last to achieve a traditional silhouette with an elongated toe and slightly higher instep, the rice shaped perforations on the quarter and cap toe give it a singular style representative of its namesake city and its most entertaining resident.