Schier Shoes

Can you believe these pretty desert boots are made completely by hand?! Schier Shoes has been dutifully making these "vellies" (think of them as the ancestor of the desert boot) in Nambia since 1938 and only 20 pairs leave the workshop a day. They come in loads of colors and leathers but I think I've got to throw my weight behind the neon toes. Aren't they great?

Pretty sure this guy thinks so. Though his vellies aren't half bad either. He's sporting a pretty rad pair from their most recent collaboration with Opening Ceremony.

Images via Miss Moss and Schier Shoes

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