With just 300 pairs made, the limited edition of the Classic Dan loafer is hand-sewn from traceable Scandinavian leather, with a water-repellent finish.

The brands chose Spoor for its traceability, highlighting the standards, animal welfare and environmentally responsible processes along the supply chain, from farms in Sweden to Leather Working Group Gold-certified tanneries in Denmark and Germany.

Birgitte Holgaard Langer, Business Development Director at Spoor, said: “The co-lab is at the forefront, seen from a ESG and leather sourcing perspective, and we are very pleased to be part of the very first loafers in the world in traceable Scandi leather.”

Mikkel Hammershøj, PR Manager and Head of Special Projects at NN.07, added: “Our aim with this project was to create a shoe that could serve as a testament to the exceptional quality of traceable leather and bring attention to the technology behind responsibly sourced materials. As we see it, quality isn’t just about durability and the tactile experience, it also extends to how the material is sourced and produced. We wanted to highlight that the excellence of a product isn’t only about the result but also about the responsible and ethical journey of how it’s made.”