TXTURE Boondocker Boots May 14, 2018 – Posted in: Journal, New Release

Inspired by the soldier’s military boots at the world war. Not the best time to remember, but the bitter memory will not be a useful thing if it’s not for betterment. Boondockers boots in sage green rough-out, hand-welted construction with Vibram #705 outsole, showing a work made by hand. Hand stitching backstay area, although it’s hidden, it stands for an artistic value, manually sewn. Beautify looks to be more classic. Rivet in the lockstitch to add strength and…

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Warhorse boots in red-blood and Vibram Tygum #700 October 1, 2017 – Posted in: Blog, Journal, New Release, News

Boots make us (look) stronger. Red is the color that symbolizes strength, and blood emphasizes struggle. How if those elements are combined? Like this boots with basic warhorse, named after its philosophy aimed for battles. Covered in a handsome red blood leather, what matches to the team is a gentleman ready to take risks in his life challenges, and a man who takes responsibility in every step he makes, with its muscular Cuban heels stance…

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Severity Boots September 8, 2017 – Posted in: Blog, Journal, New Release, News

Started from the details, then we enhance it and make it more beautiful. The concept of this article is quite simple. Taking the basics from our Sanity lace to toe boots pattern which its original height is 6″, but this one is shortened to 4″. With a little adjustment on the back counter, we’ve come to a satisfactory end. Although the shoes are the low quarter, the tough look still impresses since the basic shape…

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Cavalry Blucher Shoe August 14, 2017 – Posted in: Blog, Journal, New Release

Another member of our low quarter article, we present you Cavalry Blucher shoe. The cavalry is dubbed from Mr. Gebhard Leberecht von position during Napoleonic Wars in 1806. While blucher came from his alias after he assigned a group to make shoes with proportional sides in attempt to give comforts for the soldiers. What happened after is historical; the model has been adopted throughout European nations. Cavalry is also meant a metaphor for its brave…

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