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These New Nonnative Boots are Made with Vintage-Treated Cowhide

 - Dec 12, 2016
References: coverchord & hypebeast
For those who have an appreciation for rancher style but don't want to go all out with it, the new nonnative boots are a great alternative.

Offered in two neutral color variations, the footwear is constructed from vintage-treated cowhide, which gives it a sleek and stylish appearance while providing durability. Due to the quality of the material, the new nonnative boots are sure to age well too, garnering more character as they're worn.

Although the western-inspired look has been used by the Japanese brand before, the 'RANCHER ZIP-UP BOOT' has a slimmer build than what's previously been offered. Finishing off the footwear is a wooden sole that's hand-crafted, which is fastened with exposed stitching of a complementary tone of beige.