In a premium burnt orange leather, these Desert Boots stay stylish and versatile. Launched in 1950 by Nathan Clark, the Desert Boot was inspired by a rough boot from Cairo's Old Bazaar. An instant hit, it became the footwear of choice for off-duty army officers. Often imitated, never bettered, its clean lines are teamed with a simple lace fastening and signature crepe sole. This style has been crafted in Hillcrest leather from Heinen, a tannery that has joined up with the Kikonda Forest Project (an organization that plants trees in Uganda). In doing so, Heinen has offset 10 tonnes of CO2 emitted through the manufacture of its Hillcrest leathers.
Burnt Orange Leather