The Best of British: Leather Boots

Jumping puddles and stomping the streets of Picadilly Circus require hard-wearing, leather lace up boots. Take your cue from the Sex Pistols and check out the newest styles from The Department Store – all dangerously beautiful and structurally sound, these boots will last you for winters to come, through rain, hail and snow.



Broken Homme James Boot, Black, $529.


Broken Homme James Boot, Ox Blood, $529.


Broken Homme Davis Boot, Black, $479.


Broken Homme Conrad Boot, Black, $499

The new collection from Broken Homme is now available at Black Box Boutique. Call us on (09) 489 5629. 


Grenson ‘Fred’ Boot, $520. Available at The Men’s Department, call us on (09) 4899 202.

Mr William Green founded Grenson in 1866 in Northamptonshire, UK, making high-quality men’s shoes. He was the first producer in the world to use the Goodyear welting construction method, which is now a hallmark of all well-made British shoes. Today, with its traditional English heritage, Grenson is world-renowned for craftsmanship and quality stretching back over 140 years.


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