Fire Patina Jodhpur Boot
Materials: fire patina
Sole: red Goodyear welt leather sole
Last: Savile - Sleek looking aesthetic with slight chisel toe
An equestrian-inspired ankle boot with a strap-and-buckle fastener that wraps around the boot’s shaft. The Jodhpur Boot was initially worn by the best horsemen from the Indian Jodhpur state. The Jodhpur name has been naturally chosen for this model, which over time has become a great men’s shoemaking classic.
Artisan-Hand Made Patina: The technique used to achieve this artwork is known as ‘Anticatura’, which is the Italian word for antique finishing. It is a specialty of Italian and French maestro shoemakers. Entrusted to the hands of the antique finisher, the upper part of the shoe becomes a work of art. The Anticatura method is a hand dyeing procedure of leather. It takes about 8-10 hours of work per pair to create a completely unique patina with an aged effect.
These boots compare to:
Hermes = $1,300
Berluti = $2,300
Edward Green = $1,500
Gaziano & Girling = $1,200