Polish up your look with the supreme style of the Steve Madden Evadner 2, a shoe with a leather upper and a lightly cushioned footbed for comfort. This shoe has a synthetic sole with a 1 1/4" heel. Wt. 19.5 oz.
Sophisticated ankle boot handcrafted in burnished calfskin with classic wingtip perf detail. Superior 360° Goodyear welt construction; cork layer under insole creates a custom orthotic-like fit. Stacked leather heel, durable double leather sole. Made in U
Reinforced metal eyelets. Leather innersole and lining. Rubber sole.
Original Old Irish Setter Dog label on each boot's tongue (1956)! Leather lined, Ideal for hunting, Casual, or For Wearing while you ride! Just before I acquired the boots they had been re-soled with new Vibram rubber soles with patented authentic good year welt! ! 8" Uppers with emblem tacked/encrustes into the leather upper. Aligned up each side of the boots are 8 brass eyelets (5...
“ i have these, so far they are easily the most comfortable boots i've ever worn. ” --maxicherokee
Crafted in buffed leather in a goes-with-practically-everything low-calf height, the Lexington boot will carry you through many a social engagement. A narrow toe and block heel simplify the silhouette offering comfort along the way, and a zip-in entry is just about as easy as it gets.
A surfeit of attitude and ample substance to back it up pretty well describe the Brando boot from Moreschi. Textured leather and a polished buckle closure keep the look on the dressier side--perfect for days that require wardrobe versatility, and full lacing will adjust to your liking for a proper fit. Plus, a simple block heel lends comfort, while the durable rubber outsole shows that a little...
“ It's very hard to get Danners in the UK, but the BigHorn is one of the few non military styles available. First things first - this boot has received a fair bit of slating in US forums. This was initially a worry, but I have not experienced any of the wet feet or debris in the fabric issues reported by others. Was there a bad batch? That said, I have not done much more than walk through a few...” --MrSmith