Hender Scheme's 'Bracken' Boots Have a Purposely Raw Appearance

By: Riley von Niessen - Sep 6, 2016
References: shop.havenshop & hypebeast
Hender Scheme, a artisan footwear brand that specializes in crafting high-end products, added to its offerings with suede boots that make use of a hand-dyed upper.

In order to create a unique finish, the brand scratched the surface of the suede boots. To add more dimension to this, Hender Scheme supplied the footwear with contrasting stitching as well -- with the white threads subtly popping out against the rest of the dark gray material.

Further complementing the raw aesthetic are "crepe soles" that imbue a rubber bottom with a wood-like appearance further up. Meanwhile, the structure of the suede boots are crafted in a way that highlights the artisan origin, with the different parts of the upper stitched together roughly.