Though the company is called Unmarked, they continually drop footwear that puts them on the map, and the latest rendition of their Señor Boot is no exception.
Celebrating their 10th birthday, the Señor boots have reinvented themselves a little bit. Kind of like a mid-life crisis, except it goes well, ‘cos instead of a questionable tattoo, it’s 360 storm-welted natural plantation crepe outsoles. Not only do these soles make the work boot silhouette a little more casual, they provide bouncy wear-in comfort.
Not sure if this is a hot take but in addition to looking forward to the leather aging, the look of a worn-in crepe sole is criminally underrated, as is crepe’s sweet flapjack smell when they come out the box. Why does no one ever talk about that?
Like all of Unmarked’s lines, these boots are designed, sourced, and produced entirely in Mexico. They’re ready and waiting in three colorways of vegetable-tanned leather – black, whiskey, and natural – all available for $350 at Unmarked