When it comes to engineer boots, you can count on John Lofgren to get the job done right with style and historical accuracy. These brand new Short Shift Engineer Boots were made as a modified alternative to the standard boot with a shorter shaft. This makes them versatile, able to be worn with a wide variety of jeans not to mention added ease of wear.
The stacked heel is slightly shorter, reducing weight and break in time and the leather was sourced from Badalassi’s leather which is sure to break in quickly and beautifully. Other features include American made Vibram 705 soles and 700 heels, Australian made pressed steel buckles, and British made Goodyear storm welting (now that’s what we call a worldly boot).
Available for $945 at Self Edge.