July 4, 2010


Admittedly I am one to turn my nose at any desert boot that strays from the classic, but the Herbert Scheir Velskoen desert boot has finally presented a quality deviation from the norm. In fact they do quite the opposite. For their inspiration, the brand goes back to before street-worn desert boots to a time when the shoes were actually worn for labor by tribes and first produced by the Dutch East India Co. in the 1600's. The boot is a combination of quality fabrics, altered shape, and laces that contrast nicely and really come together into a great modern desert boot.

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