Bally design house was founded in Switzerland in 1851. Within 25 years, they'd expanded to Paris, Buenos Aires, and London thanks to international demand for their bespoke shoes and accessories. In the 1930s, they created a print ad with Charlie Chaplin, in the 1940s, a museum was opened in honor of their history, and Olympic athletes won gold wearing Bally gear. By 1990 - more than 150 years after they'd begun - Bally was ready-to-wear and fully global, and they haven't stopped since. This collection of men's shoes is the product of that heritage.