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Veras Levante mountain boots

November 15, 2011

Introducing yet another new shoe style from UK footwear brand Veras. The brand’s been coming up with a some cracking footwear over the last few months and these, their Levante mountain boots are here just in time for our wet and windy Autumn.

 As with everything else so far produced by the brand, these lightweight Hiking style boots are once again made in one of Portugal’s oldest footwear factories by local artisan shoemakers, and once again they utilise only premium quality materials throughout.

The upper is constructed from waxed suede and is available in four Autumnal colourways, all of which are complimented with the bright red round laces. The boots feature traditional metal eyelet lacing, plus sewn welts, padded ankle collars for extra comfort and support and contrasting white EVA midsoles.

Perfect now the weather’s had a turn for the worse and available now at Oliver Spencer (London), Number Six (London), Pavilion (Cardiff) and Wellgosh (online). For more information on the brand, go to their website here: Veras.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. November 15, 2011 11:11 am

    I’ve liked these since first seeing pics. way back when. I know people will say about the abundance of Hiking styles. But they’re like Clarks for me. I’ve been wearing them for decades regardless of whims and fashions and I ain’t about to stop now. Long lace stays and short toe boxes make big footed peoples feet look smaller you see.

  2. November 15, 2011 12:55 pm

    looking pretty slick and unfussed, nice ones

  3. November 20, 2011 10:17 am

    Browns FTW.

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