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Pointer Spring/Summer 2011 looks

December 28, 2010

More Spring/Summer 2011 bits, this time in the shape of some rather natty footwear from London based footwear brand Pointer. Started back in 2004, in the past six years the brand has been making a real name for itself, producing some great quality casual footwear.

As the few images below show, it’s something that’s set to continue for next season.

As with everything Pointer do, subtlety is the order of the day, in both styles and colourways, with earthy natural colours being the order of the day. Materials used include full grain leather, waxed canvas and suede for the uppers, and soles are taken care of with crepe and lightweight EVA.

The moccasin toed ‘Conor’ boots are pretty damned nice if you ask me – the suede is lush and they’re as chunky as you like, looking great with denim as the image shows. Also available with either a crepe sole I think they look especially good with the new Vibram type sole unit. Older styles have been given new colourways and materials – the ‘Cyril II’ boots will come in that lovely dark green upper, joined to red soles and contrast laces, the A.J.S II is available in a mix of black leather and suede and the Benson comes in a navy full grain leather.

There’s some new bits too. The ‘Pluckrose’ duckboot – made from waxed canvas and leather to make them fully waterproof is a new style for this season. They’re probably more suited to Winter than Summer really if you ask me but still an interesting looking piece of kit nonetheless.

For more information on the brand, have a look at their website here: Pointer.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 28, 2010 11:08 am

    always like a nice orangy red sole, also i’m always amazed how light pointer shoes are

  2. smartypants123 permalink
    December 31, 2010 2:25 pm

    I’ve had a pair of Bensons for a couple of years. They’re a solid, good looking bit of footwear if you ask me. Pointer deserve more exposure than they get, corking brand and without all the fads that blight loads of others out there.

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