Sub-Saharan Africa footwear company Oliberté has unveiled an update of its classic women’s moccasin silhouette with the Hirari boot. Recognizing the demand for an autumn-ready boot that combines both form and functionality, the brand has reworked the unique boot with a stylized hand-cut fringe on the cupsole. The shoe also features goat leather lining, a molded insole with the map of Africa, cement construction, and a natural rubber outsole. As with all of Oliberté’s footwear, the Hirari is handcrafted in the world’s only Fairtrade Certified footwear factory. You can shop the Oliberté Hirari Boot now at the brand’s online store for $120 USD.