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‘Indy’ ankle boot

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Dark brown waxed calf leather brogue boots with white top stitching by Alden<br /><br />Alden style 403 - the Indy boot, named after the lead character in the Indiana Jones series of films, in brown chrome exel leather and full cognac glove leather linings throughout. These are true, original orthopedic work boots, made on the TruBalance last for people with a relatively low arch and a somewhat straight inside foot. Made on the original neoprene outsole (which was particularly useful for people in the oil industry) with our orthopedic rubber heel for stability and comfort.

Designer Style ID: A011

Farfetch ID: 10240478

Composition & Care
Calf Leather 100%
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Designer : Alden

Alden creates classic footwear that is renowned for high quality and craftsmanship. The brand began in New England in 1884 and is the last traditional shoe-wear label left in the region that continues to make durable shoes using home-grown techniques.