Bertil is a true quality piece of boots. Made of vegetable tanned leather and with a cosy real wool lining. The sole is a quality St: Moritz and will be durable and perfect for colder conditions.
UPPER MATERIAL: Vegetable tanned leather
LINING: Recycled wool
SHAFT HEIGHT/HEIGHT BACK: 13,5 cm
HEEL HIGHT: 4 cm
INNERSOLE: Memory foam
INNERSOLE COVER: Recycled wool
VAMP LINING: Recycled wool
ARTICLE NUMBER: 60022-319
All measurements are approximate, since the shoes are handmade it might differ a couple of mm between shoes.
All measurements are inner measurements of the shoes, not the measurements of your feet. How you prefer your shoes is very individual.
Initially I was very satisfied with the shoe. Nonetheless I think the way the sole is attached to the shoe should be changed. The sole of my pair started to come off after only three months. Customer service was very helpful though! They offered me to pay for the repair at my local cobbler (and gave me a discount code as well). The cobbler managed to reattach the sole, but only after a few days it started to come off again. The cobbler also offered me to fix it again for free, which he did. However, the sole is now coming off again... Maybe I am doing the walking wrong ;)
So overall, nice design, high quality leather, great customer service, but I was a bit unlucky there with the sole it seems.
We are sustainable
Read more about our sustainablity work HERE.
We only use upper leather that are either vegetable tanned, chrome-free or heavy metal free.
Is a design approach focusing on reflection and awareness, were quality rules over quantity. The design is classic yet modern and lasts for more than one season.
Our goal is that no material should be wasted and therefore you might sometimes see small spots or marks on the leather. This “non perfect”, ever so beautiful leather is natural, unique.and a proof of sustainablility.
We only use recycled materials in all boxes, hang tags and paper products. We also use a lot of recycled materials in the shoes, from lining to outsoles.