DAS HONEY OCHRE BOOT

€240,00 

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Atheist shoes - side view of Das Honey Ochre Boot - ridiculously comfortable nubuck leather shoes, handmade in Portugal
Atheist shoes - Das Honey Ochre Boot - ridiculously comfortable nubuck leather shoes, handmade in Portugal

If you can think of a colour that better screams "HIGH SUMMER" than this, then please let us know. For the vivid intensity of Honey Ochre transports to lazy, sun-kissed days of ambling and reclining and doing-not-much-of-anything-ing.

Handmade from the finest nubuck leather known to humanity and lined with ridiculously comfortable calfskin, it mostly kicks the ass of any other boot in the world, mostly:  

  • Nubuck is much more robust than suede, perfectly comfortable in rain and snow
  • The silky calfskin lining guarantees footgasms galore
  • The natural rubber sole is dense and will last for years (no replacement required)
  • The traditional blake stitch brings the artistry of our shoemakers’ finger work
  • And it’s lovingly debossed with the words ICH BIN ATHEIST
      Atheist shoes - side view of Das Honey Ochre Boot - ridiculously comfortable nubuck leather shoes, handmade in Portugal
      Atheist shoes - Das Honey Ochre Boot - ridiculously comfortable nubuck leather shoes, handmade in Portugal

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      Begin by finding out the length of your foot in cm (see the graphic below on how to do that), then calculate your European size, according to this formula:

      SIZE = 1.5 X (FOOT LENGTH IN CM + 1.5)

      That means, if your foot length is 28.5cm, you should add 1.5, to give you 30. Then multiply 30 by 1.5, to give you a European Shoe Size of 45 (assuming you don't have a very wide foot, in which case you might want to consider going up one size to 46).

      For a more detailed breakdown, see our size guide page. Or email us (hello@atheistberlin.com) with any sizing questions you might have.

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