Listen to Isshinryu101. The styling's dead on, but the detailing's all wrong for a '20s shoe. As stated, the heels, soles, interior and markings are all consistent with a '60s shoe. They're very nice, and you'd never know they're not '20s-'30s when worn, but they are several decades newer. And no, most shoes of the '60s-70s period would not be marked with leather content.