Mens Black Waterproof Leather Casual Ankle Boots to Wear with Jeans

Go with the lace-up boot by Aston Grey for a new spin on your casual looks. Pair this leather inspired ankle boot with dark denim, a crisp button down shirt with a cable knit cardigan to polish off your dapper style.
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Mens black waterproof leather ankle boots casual mens boots to wear with jeans

1. Products Introduction of the lightweight waterproof trail hiking shoes

Go with the lace-up boot by Aston Grey for a new spin on your casual looks. Pair this leather inspired ankle boot with dark denim, a crisp button down shirt with a cable knit cardigan to polish off your dapper style.

Product Description

The waterproof upper from a silver-rated tannery provides comfort, durability, and keeps feet dry. 100% recycled PET lining made from recycled plastic bottles is comfortable, breathable and environmentally conscious. It has Waxing laces, strong, not easy to break padded collar for comfortable fit around the ankle, and waterproof seam-sealed construction is guaranteed to keep feet dry in any weather. The Rubber outsole made from 42% recycled rubber is designed for ascending and descending on-trail.

2. Products Specification

Place of Original

Jinjiang City, China (Mainland)

Brand/Logo

OEM

Design

OEM

Style

Lace up

Art Number

BDH-SEO 20

Gender

Men

Type Type

Mens leather ankle boots

Heel Height

3.5CM

Color

Black, Wine Red, Brown

MOQ

800 pairs for each color, 3 colors per style

Material

Upper: Cow split leather
Lining: Recycled PET
Insole: Leather
Outsole: Rubber

Toe Type

Round Toe

Size Range

40-46 (EU SIZE)

Packing

Color box, 10 pairs per carton

Season

Autumn and Winter

Occasion

Casual, Daily

 

Feature

Lightweight
Waterproof
Durable
Breathable mesh lining 

3. Products Feature and Application

● Hand-mad

● Two available lining options, soft and comfortable, milkshake dirt, special

● Waxing laces,

● Fit human design. Foot design, fit feet, humane

● Streamlined not squeezed

4. Products Package

Following your requirement, common packing detail are as below

5. Production, Shipment and Delivery

6. Our Service

Maximum reply time: 24 hours

7. Factory Profile

Quanzhou Body-fits Co.,Ltd. a Chinese shoes manufacture.

We started as a small operation from sport causal shoes and canvas shoes, but now have become one of the professional and responsible shoes suppliers in China. Our products are expanded to all kinds of shoes, not only focused on sport running shoes, casual shoes and canvas shoes, but also specialized in slippers, sandals, boots, ballerinas and high heels, etc.

We got support from only one customer’s trial order initially, but now our main customers are all over the world, especially for European and American.

Due to the high efficient response and quality guarantee, more and more famous brands joined us, such as FILA, DOCKERS, DISNEY, GEOX,DIADORA,TIKIMO,TRASLUZ, etc. And we are ready to meet more and more members come to us.

8. FAQ

Q1: Are you a manufacturer or trading company?

We are a factory with own trading department. But we also have many long term cooperated factories, in this way, we can do many kinds of shoes, including sport, casual shoes, sneakers, outdoors, soccer, sandals, ballerinas, boots and slippers, etc.

Q2: Do you accept OEM or ODM service?

Yes. We welcome OEM and ODM service, also supply customized shoes according to customer's drawing.

Q3: How to order?

Please send us your purchase order by email or call us sales, then we can make you proforma invoice under your request.

We need to know the following information for your order before sending you PI.

1) Product information-Quantity, Specification(Size, Material, Technological, and Packing requirements etc.)

2) Delivery time required.

3) Shipping information-Company name, Street address, Phone&Fax number, Destination sea port.

4) Forwarder's contact details if there's any in China.

9. History of mens boots

In the medieval period new shoes were available only to a tiny elite of aristocrats and wealthy merchants. However, it appears that in Britain almost all of the poor wore some kind of footwear, which was made possible through the widespread practice of remaking and repairing old shoes. Medieval shoes were made from leather, silk, and other cloths and up to the end of the sixteenth century, all men's footwear tended to be flat. The most extreme style of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries was the "poulaine," or "pike," which featured extremely pointed toes, sometimes up to four inches (10 centimeters) in length.

Shoes with an arched sole and heel emerged at the end of the sixteenth century, a novelty that was to become a predominant feature of men's shoes in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. During the reign of James I (1603-1625), masculine court fashions became particularly flamboyant and stockings and shoes became a key focus of attention. The shoes of the wealthy began to be decorated with large bows, rosettes, or "roses." These styles were superseded in the reign of Charles I (1625-1649), when political instability and war in Britain and Europe encouraged the popularity of military-inspired, knee-high, leather boots. These were fashionable from the 1620s to the 1690s and despite their practical origins as riding wear, they were often elegant and decorative.

Early Modern Period

The rise of France as an international fashion center under Louis XIV (1643-1715) promoted the popularity of French court styles. Shoes were adorned with decorative buckles, a style that remained highly fashionable until the 1780s. Buckles were bought as separate items and by the late eighteenth century they were available for all tastes and pockets, from sparkling precious stones for the wealthy, to plain steel, brass, and pinchbeck for the lower orders.

New shoes became more accessible to the middle classes in the eighteenth century, owing to relative increases in incomes and new manufacturing methods. The development of large workshops, which produced ready-made shoes by hand helped to make shoes more affordable.

Modernity and Men's Footwear

Shoe production was increasingly mechanized in the mid-nineteenth century and by 1900 most people wore shoes made in factories and sold by shoe retailers, rather than patronizing shoemakers. By the 1890s, relative increases in wealth, increased participation in sport and leisure activities such as tennis, golf, and cycling, and improvements in mass-manufacturing techniques led to middle-class consumption of an increasingly diverse range of styles, suitable for various contexts and activities. Despite these transformations in the production and consumption of shoes, leading bespoke shoemakers from this era such as John Lobb Ltd., London, and New & Lingwood, London, have survived into the twenty-first century.

Men's Shoes Post-1945

contemporary footwear

The predominant features of men's shoes in the post-1945 period have been an expanding diversity of styles and price levels and a more rapid turnover of fashionable designs. The manufacture of ready-made shoes became global after 1945, with low-cost production now concentrated in Asian countries and more exclusive shoes being made in Italy. From the 1950s the rise of youth fashion generated a greater degree of experimentation in men's footwear, with the emergence of designs such as brothel creepers, winklepickers, Chelsea boots, and Doctor Martens boots.

Since the mid-1970s, the trainer or sneaker has come to be ubiquitous footwear for men of all ages and tastes. This has partly been owing to a general move toward informality in male appearances, but is also linked to the influence of black street fashion and the aggressive marketing efforts of global sportswear companies like Nike, Puma, and Adidas.

"A sewing machine for leather was in use by the 1850s … and by the end of the century most shoes were made in large factories. The personal relationship between shoemaker and wearer disappeared except at the most expensive end of the market" (Mitchell, p. 34).

The 1970s saw the appropriation of men's shoe styles such as Dr. Martens by women, a trend that was linked to the influence of feminist ideas and the punk subculture. Unisex or androgynous footwear has continued as a feature of mainstream dress in the early twenty-first century. However, despite these developments, there remain significant differences between men's and women's shoes. High heels are still seen as exclusively feminine and men's businesswear remains focused around variations on the Derby and Oxford styles.


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