Limited Edition, Made in USA

Cap-Toe Trench Boot

Nemesi Cotto

Trench Boot

Trench Boot Cap-Toe Leather Sole Technical Drawing

Hand-Lasted 270° Goodyear Welt Construction. Badalassi® Nemesi Cotto Leather. Partially-Structured Plain Cap Toe. Brown Vibram® 700 Cork Sole. Stacked Leather Heel with Vibram® Cork Toplift. Barbour® Welt. Calfskin Vamp Lining. Tone-On-Tone Stitching. Antique Brass Eyelets. Round Waxed Cotton Laces.

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Elston Last

Oak Street Bootmakers Elston Last Technical Drawing

Developed to embody the character of Chicago, the Elston last is engineered specifically for our line of Everyday Boots, providing exceptional all-day comfort for nearly all foot types with a generous toe box.

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Vibram® 700 Cork Sole

Vibram's non-marking, oil-resistant workhorse sole, infused with nitrile cork and stabilized with a steel shank for durability and comfort without compromise. Each sole is paired with matching Vibram 700 heel.

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Nemesi by Badalassi Carlo

Badalassi's Nemesi (Nemesis) is vegetable tanned in Italy and features beautifully subtle variations throughout the hide. Its drum stained with a rustic aniline finish and further polished with a stone glaze, giving a mild sheen to the surface. Due to the light milling process, Nemesi retains its original firm temper, making it strong enough for a service boot. It develops a light but distinctive patina over time, with worn areas being particularly prone to deep and dark tones.

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More than Made in USA

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We are 100% committed to manufacturing all our footwear and accessories in the United States.

Fully Recraftable

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All our footwear is 100% recraftable, meaning it can be re-soled again and again.

Now take one of our cowhides and you may begin…not to look at it but to read it. It will reveal you its past, its story and its fundamental features of the natural vegetable tanned leather: the wrinkles, the inevitable imperfections of the leather surface, the differences of colour and of grain from lot to lot from skin to skin and in the same skin.

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