Designer Jerry Lorenzo has given the Sante Fe boot a small stacked heel and a logo-embossed rubber sole, providing the boot with a Western-inspired flair and all-important height. Continuing the theme, the Sante Fe sees brown brushed suede panels construct its upper, with peaked panels on the front and rear wrapping around the boots mid-rise silhouette. Completing the look is the reinterpreted and softened shaft panel, which peaks at the boots rounded V-shape entrance and adds to the Western aesthetic.
Crafted in Italy and lined with soft light grey leather, Fear of God’s Sante Fe boot is priced at £618 GBP (approx. $809 USD) and can be purchased now via retailers such as MATCHESFASHION.com.
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Fear of God Santa Fe brushed-suede boots