In true Margiela style, the pair sports a split tabi squared-off toe and is incredibly minimal, letting the luxuriousness of the materials stand out. The boot is made from 100 percent Bovine leather, which offers a smooth look that should develop a patina with age, and is trimmed in tan leather on the inside.
The pair is contrasted by a black leather sole that extends up to the 3cm geometric heel. On the rear, you’ll find the imprint’s simplistic stitch, marking its brand.
Take a look at the Maison Margiela Tabi leather ankle boot in “Deep Forest” in the gallery above, and purchase a pair for yourself while stocks last at retailer such as HBX, where the pair retails for $801 USD.
For more daring boots, check out Eytys’ latest chunky offering, dubbed the “Blade.”