Hurricane "LE-A" Women's Low Top Canvas Shoes - White - I Love a Hangar
Hurricane "LE-A" Women's Low Top Canvas Shoes - White - I Love a Hangar
Hurricane "LE-A" Women's Low Top Canvas Shoes - White - I Love a Hangar
Hurricane "LE-A" Women's Low Top Canvas Shoes - White - I Love a Hangar
Hurricane "LE-A" Women's Low Top Canvas Shoes - White - I Love a Hangar

Hurricane "LE-A" Women's Low Top Canvas Shoes - White

Regular price
$59.00 USD
Sale price
$59.00 USD

Please note that the quoted shipping times are estimates and not guarantees. Delays beyond our control may occur due to the COVID19 pandemic.  For more details please see our FAQ page.

Did You Know?
William Lidstone “Willie” McKnight (1918-1941), an original member of the RAF’s No. 242 (All Canadian) Squadron, was perhaps the most outstanding Canadian fighter pilot of the Battle of Britain and the first eighteen months of the Second World War with 17 confirmed kills, two shared kills, and three unconfirmed/probables credited to him, although Willie boasted of, and newspapers routinely reported of, “at least 23 Nazi planes downed.”  

From 9 June 1940, McKnight’s regular mount was the Gloster-built Hawker Hurricane Mk. I, P2961, which would carry his personal markings on each side of its fuselage beneath the cockpit opening; the upper body and head of a skeleton brandishing a sickle from one of its hands – the Grim Reaper.  At least nine of McKnight’s confirmed victories were won while flying Hurricane P2961.  On 12 January 1941, McKnight and Hurricane P2961 were lost without trace while on a low-level sortie over the coast of France.  

Today, the Gatineau, Quebec-based Vintage Wings of Canada is restoring its Canadian Car and Foundry-built Hawker Hurricane Mk. XII project in the colours and markings worn by Hurricane P2961 during the period immediately following the Battle of Britain when flown by Flying Officer William Lidstone “Willie” McKnight, DFC and Bar, of the RAF’s No. 242 (All Canadian) Squadron from RAF Stations Coltishall and Martlesham Heath during December 1940 and January 1941.

(Grim Reaper Artworks provided courtesy of Terry Higgins of Aviaeology / SkyGrid Studio.)

Product Details:
These timeless canvas shoes are made to order with each being handcrafted to the highest quality standards. Each pair of canvas shoes features:

  • A classic lace-up closure to achieve the perfect fit
  • Brushed metal eyelets for that timeless style
  • Soft inner lining for absolute comfort
  • Iconic rubber rounded toe cap

Shipping Details:
Please allow 7-10 days to receive a tracking number while your order is hand-crafted, packaged and shipped from our facility. From there it is an estimated shipping time of 2-4 weeks.  Please note that the quoted shipping times are estimates and not guaranteed and delays may occur due to the COVID19 pandemic.  For more details please see our FAQ page.

Product is manufactured and shipped from China.

What Size Am I?
Shoes sizes can vary considerably between brands. A US13 with one brand could be a US12 with another brand.   To find out what size you are for our shoes, we recommend doing a quick foot measurement as outlined below. Once you have your measurement, simply look it up on our size guide to locate the most appropriate size based on that measurement.

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