For the discerning gentleman who appreciates the art of fine craftsmanship, our Brown Chelsea Boots stand as a testament to impeccable Spanish artisanship. Exclusively handcrafted by seasoned artisans, each pair is a masterpiece birthed from a marriage of tradition, precision, and passion. This same dedication is why our master craftsmen are trusted by Europe's leading fashion houses.
Clad in resplendent cognac box calf leather, these boots tell a story of unparalleled quality and style. The depth of the rich, tan to chocolate-brown hue, subtly enhanced with an artful patina, is a sight to behold, lending the boots an air of refined elegance.
Our artisans devote seven meticulous days to forge each pair, affirming that every stitch, every cut, and every burnish meets our uncompromising standards.
The quintessential Chelsea design is accentuated by a classic, rounded toe, infusing the boots with an English touch that transcends fleeting trends. This timeless style makes these boots a versatile companion, whether you're seeking wedding footwear or a sophisticated upgrade to your casual attire.
Underscoring the allure of the exterior is the cognac Goodyear welted leather sole, discreetly studded with rubber injections for enhanced durability and grip. The essence of the Goodyear welt is not just its robust character, but the ease with which it can be resoled, ensuring your boots stand the test of time.
Whether you're a connoisseur of fine footwear or in pursuit of boots that combine style and function with remarkable ease, our Brown Chelsea Boots promise to exceed your expectations.
These exquisite shoes are crafted by skilled Spanish artisans who have been making shoes for over 156 years. While other high-end brands charge hundreds of dollars more for their inferior products, we have partnered directly with small business artisanal shoemakers to eliminate middlemen, store markups, importers, and advertising costs. This means that you can enjoy ultra-premium shoes at a fraction of the price. We have spent a decade refining our process and running tests to ensure that we offer you the highest quality shoes on the market. Our artisans also create footwear for some of the most renowned fashion houses and premium shoe brands in Europe, so you can rest assured that you are getting a truly exceptional product.
Materials:cognac box calf
Sole:cognac Goodyear Welt, leather sole with buttons rubber injections
Last: Rounded toe for traditional English Look
Like all of our shoes from Mr Bearfoot, these shoes are Goodyear welted. What does this mean? The technique means that the soles can be replaced time and time again and the shoes will last a lifetime. Don't pay for expensive footwear that you will throw away in a year, buy a heritage item that will last a lifetime. Here we have, below, a bit of information on the Goodyear Welt.
Goodyear welting is the oldest, most labour-intensive, and most durable of the three methods of construction. It can be done by machine or by hand and involves multiple steps.
The first part of the process is preparing the insole for stitching. This is done by creating a perpendicular “rib” that runs across the insole. Some shoemakers create the rib by cutting and sculpting the insole, while others will do so by using a supplementary material like linen tape.
The second step is to last the shoe. This is done by stretching the outsole over the last and attaching it, along with the insole, to the last.
Part three is the actual welting. At this point, shoe-specific thread is sewn through the welt, the upper, and the insole rib. Through a separate stitch, the welt is attached to the outsole. For both of these stitching points, a lock stitch is used – meaning the chain won’t unravel if it breaks down at any particular point in the shoe.
The Pros– The two-level stitching makes it incredibly easy to resole a Goodyear welted shoe. Because the welt acts as a buffer between the insole and the outsole, removing the old sole and attaching a new one can be done by machine or by hand and without a specific machine. The extra layers make the shoe more water-resistant and supportive.
The Cons– Because of the additional materials and labour required, a Goodyear welted shoe is more expensive. The extra layers that provide more structure come at the cost of flexibility, so the shoes will require a longer “breaking-in” period to mould to the shape of your foot. Give it time, it will be worth it.