Fashion Boots BU1015 Beirut Camello Chelsea boot - brown
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|Uppers:||Real leather (BEIRUT CAMELLO)|
|Linning:||leather & textile|
|Heel height:||approx. 3,5 cm|
|Shaft height:||approx. 16 cm|
|Colour:||CAMELLO USADO MARRON|
Fashion Boots Chelsea Boot BU1015 Kass Martin Beirut Camello Usado Marron - Brown!
Classic ladies and men Chelsea Boots for every day.
The complete interior is finished with leather.
During the processing of the lining no exposed seams arise. The use of a comfort intermediate insert and the partially padded insole considerably increases the wearing comfort.
The comfort insole is located between the insole (insole) and the outsole and gives the ankle boot, after a certain run-in phase, a great flexibility.
The upper material of the welted Fashion Boots BU1015 ankle boot is roughened genuine leather.
In order to make it easier to get in, two entry flaps and, for the Chelsea boots, the usual tapes have been incorporated.
The straps are covered with leather.
The single layer leather sole is sewn to the outer frame.
The oval Kass lasts from Fashion Boots have a very comfortable, wide fit and a normal instep height.
The Fashion Ankle Boot BU1015 Kass Martin Beirut Camello Usado Marron has a shaft height of approx. 16 cm.
The rubberized MARTIN SALPA full leather heel has a height of approx. 3.5 cm.
The thickness of the two-layer outsole is approx. 0.8 cm.
Important notes and tips:
Deviations from the goods shown:
Due to the handcrafted production method of the Sendra Boots products, there may be differences in colour and design between the individual articles!
Each pair of FASHION BOOTS boots and ankle boots is unique!
Waxed leathers (BEIRUT) require special care products.
Frame-sewn (GOODYEAR WELT) boots always need a certain running-in phase!
The company Fashion Boots advises daily use, the ankle boots possibly with a protective cover sole made of leather or rubber to sole!
The soling should always be done after a running-in phase!