TAFT—you know, that brand known for their flower boots—they’re going old school.
They recently announced their new Stitchdown Collection, which introduces a century-old boot construction method in a slim, modern silhouette.
The new line of boots is handmade by master artisans in Spain and Portugal using high-quality leather and textiles.
According to the brand, the new stitchdown construction method provides a more comfortable and durable fit. The new line of boots is available in limited quantities, making them exclusive and unique.
TAFT has been known for its unique and stylish boots and shoes, and this new collection is no different.
Founder Kory Stevens built the TAFT brand to offer unique and stylish footwear to men. The brand has gained a reputation for its quality, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. The new Stitchdown Collection is a testament to the brand’s commitment to providing high-quality footwear that is both stylish and functional.
Features of TAFT’s New Stitchdown Construction Line of Boots
Stitchdown construction is a century-old boot making method that involves stitching the upper part of the boot to the sole.
This construction method creates a stronger bond between the upper and sole of the boot, resulting in a more durable and long-lasting boot. TAFT’s new stitchdown construction line of boots features this traditional construction method, providing customers with a high-quality and reliable product.
TAFT’s new stitchdown construction line of boots combines traditional construction methods with modern design elements. They’re not as flashy as most of TAFTS collection—there’s no wool and no metallic flowers.
The boots are available in a range of colors and styles, including classic brown and black leather, as well as more unique options like a rusty brown snuff leather.
Availability and Pricing
TAFT’s Stitchdown line is available for pre-order now, and they’re claiming that deliveries will be between April 21st and May 5th. Compared to other stitchdown brands, that’s a pretty quick turnaround.
They’re going for $495 at the time of writing, which seems about fair for stitchdown and the quality of leather TAFT uses.
Get your TAFT Stitchdown boots now (and get 15% off with the code BOOTSPY15).