Cut from the finest nubuck leather with a satin finish, the label introduces two classic colorways of its all-new Merano Boot silhouette. Named after the beautiful Italian town that can be found nestled in the majestic mountains of South Tyrol, the Merano comes equipped with a grippy Vibram sole and subtle branding on the footbed.
Hand-crafted by a small family-run manufacturer in the northern Alpine Italian town, each boot boasts classic double-stitching and arrives in pleasing iterations of both “Whiskey” and black.
A Kind of Guise’s Merano Boots are available to buy now from the brand’s online webstore, retailing at €440 (approximately $500 USD).
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