7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide
7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide
7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide
7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide
7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide
7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide
7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide
7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide
7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide
7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide
Visvim

7 Hole '73-Folk Boots in Black Horsehide

$ 1,395.00
Size: 8
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  • Visvim's '73-Folk Boot is the brand's take on the military boondocker boot using materials of the highest quality from around the world. This iteration features a combination Italian veg tanned horsehide and Japanese canvas fabric for the uppers. Built to last, these boots feature a custom vibram outsole, anchoring the premium uppers with visvim's signature hand-done Goodyear welting. Crafted with a full leather lining, riveted side-panels, brass hardware, and a natural-cork footbed designed to mold to the wearer's specification over time.
    • Italian vegetable-tanned horse leather
    • Deerskin tab
    • Goodyear welt construction
    • Custom vibram sole
    • Natural cork footbed
    • Thick-knit cotton laces
    • Natural linen dust bag
    • Swiss riri zipper
    • 0124102002014
    • Handmade in China
  • These run true to size. Take your normal footwear size. For an individual sizing recommendation, please email us at sales@blueowl.us with a list of sizes that you wear in other brands.
  • Conceptualized in the year 2000, visvim®'s longstanding reputation for quality and inventiveness stems from designer Hiroki Nakamura's fascination with old-world craftsmanship and vintage Americana. Drawing aspects from Japanese design, American workwear, and Native-American aesthetics, the streetwear legend goes through painstaking processes to produce each garment, amassing global acclaim for the quality of all things visvim®.

Conceptualized in the year 2000 visvim®'s longstanding reputation for quality and inventiveness stems from designer Hiroki Nakamura's fascination with old-world craftsmanship and vintage Americana. Drawing aspects from Japanese design, American workwear, and Native-American aesthetics, the streetwear legend goes through painstaking processes to produce each garment, garnering global acclaim for the quality and craftsmanship of all things visvim®.