JOHN LOFGREN BOOTMAKER
MILITARY DESERT BOOTS
MADE IN JAPAN
Inspired by boots made for South African and British soldiers at Khan el-Khalley in Cairo during World War II.
Desert boots have been worn by everyone in the American market since the 1950s, from farmers to the then-popular Beatniks.
Mods were also particularly popular in England from the 1960s to the 1980s.
It continues to be the ultimate smart casual boot that is lightweight and comfortable.
How about matching it with denim, chinos, military style pants and shorts?
And it is inherited as a standard style even in modern times.
While valuing tradition, it is a gem packed with passion and expertise for shoes, conscious of making things that fit the present age.
■ The material uses suede material made in Japan.
■ The sole is firmly fixed by the stitch-down manufacturing method.
This manufacturing method is a traditional manufacturing method that is considerably older than the Goodyear Welt manufacturing method, and has a structure that is sturdy, highly airtight, and difficult for water to enter.
In addition, it is highly flexible and supple, and it feels like wrapping your foot, and the weight of the shoe is also light.
■ John Lofgren's desert boots have a sturdy construction, so they will definitely feel heavier than regular desert boots.
Generally, the insole uses adhesive and is often retrofitted, but the insole of this product is sewn together with the upper, lining, and midsole (leather).
It is the most important process to support your weight, and by paying attention to invisible details, it is a higher-grade dessert boot.
■ Double stitching is used for areas where pressure is likely to be applied to increase durability, the shank is made in Germany, and the crepe sole is made in Japan.
Heavy single, double and triple stitched sewing
Material: COW SUEDE
With (width): E
USA made Vibram 3 half soles and XNUMX heels
Country of production: Japan
※ Please understand that product delivery may be delayed during the manufacturing process.