One of the items I had been wanting to invest in for a while was a perfect pair of leather boots. I considered several options and while some of them caught my eye, I always thought to myself they weren’t good enough to dish out the + 350€ a nice pair usually sells for (not considering Cucinelli and the likes here).
However, a few months ago, the coming of Winter combined with the finding of an outstanding pair and a few extra euros on my bank account, laid the way for me to take the plunge and get hold of these brown Buttero ankle boots. As you might’ve noticed I’m biased when it comes to Buttero goods: simply put, I believe it’s one of the best shoe brands out there, which in time, will grow to set in stone its status as a renowned shoe manufacturer.
Although simple in design, with no straps, textures or embellishments, these boots are inherently appealing due to their sleek, classic lines, featuring fine leather uppers, waxed shoelaces, leather inner lining and handstitched leather soles. Their robustness is perfectly balanced with comfort, courtesy of Buttero’s craftsmen. A side note: you just have to experience the scent of their leather, from the moment you open the box its inebriating odor will make sure you know what quality smells like.