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Floris van Bommel
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A casual lace boot made of olive green suede with a print. The sturdy shoe is finished with the typical cobalt blue heel tip.
Article number 10816/03
Construction BLAKE
Olive green suede lace boot with print
Olive green suede lace boot with print
Olive green suede lace boot with print
Olive green suede lace boot with print
Olive green suede lace boot with print
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Details

Product details

A casual lace boot made of olive green suede with a print. The sturdy shoe is finished with the typical cobalt blue heel tip.
Article number 10816/03
Construction BLAKE

Floris about this shoe:

“This boot is inspired by the good old “brogue model”, the shoe with typical perforations that half the country seemed to wear in the 80s. The word “brogue” comes from the old-Irish word “bròg”, which simply means “shoe”. They say that back in the days Irish and Scottish shepherds used to punch small holes into their shoes. During their long tracks across the fields, eventually their shoes would run full of water. The holes ensured that as soon as it was dry again, the water could evaporate quickly. Over the years, these holes became more and more decorative and eventually became the well-known brogue perforation. As a tribute to those old shepherds, we have decided to surprise you and produce half the shoes with holes in the old-fashioned way – all the way through. Not exactly practical, but historically very accurate! (To be sure, I just checked what type your possible order would contain. It’s… the decorative holes! Lucky you!)”
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“This boot is inspired by the good old “brogue model”, the shoe with typical perforations that half the country seemed to wear in the 80s. The word “brogue” comes from the old-Irish word “bròg”, which simply means “shoe”. They say that back in the days Irish and Scottish shepherds used to punch small holes into their shoes. During their long tracks across the fields, eventually their shoes would run full of water. The holes ensured that as soon as it was dry again, the water could evaporate quickly. Over the years, these holes became more and more decorative and eventually became the well-known brogue perforation. As a tribute to those old shepherds, we have decided to surprise you and produce half the shoes with holes in the old-fashioned way – all the way through. Not exactly practical, but historically very accurate! (To be sure, I just checked what type your possible order would contain. It’s… the decorative holes! Lucky you!)”
Floris signature
Olive green suede lace boot with print
Floris