Gladiator Boots by Taft

I have never seen a pair in person but I am quite fond of what American Boot company, Taft, have been coming out with design-wise. Most things are quite unique. I won’t lie and say that I like it all as there are some not so amazing things in the collection and we all know that I hate the word ‘handmade’ on a shoe site (that are clearly made in a factory) but I at least respect that they are pushing the envelope with design and not afraid to make a statement. One of the latest inventions is their gladiator boot, as pictured here. A new take on the gladiator design, this brogue boot appeals to all of those that are keep on your typical English country boot but with a twist. Coming in a very nice shade of tan with accented brogueing and burnishing, I see it’s appeal. And at only $349. Good for those that don’t mind paying for Blake Construction. For the welted snobs (like myself), well sorry, you have to go to England for that!

 

Gladiator Boots by Taft Gladiator Boots by Taft

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5 thoughts on “Gladiator Boots by Taft”

    1. Justin FitzPatrick

      neither mine to be honest, but many people might like them so have to show what the people want sometimes too

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