The famous Balmoral cut
Maison Malinge was inspired by the balmoral cut for the creation of these boots. Balmorals are ankle high boots from the 1850’s. They were originally made from two pieces of cloth. Joseph Malinge has revisited this model. For the Selto boots, we have two leather materials that give them this balmoral aspect.
Redesigned by the ‘House’
With the Selto, the two leathers used are smooth but with different colors: dark brown leather and cognac patinated calfskin. These boots are lower than the usual cut. The piece of leather added at the level of the eyelets also changes from the balmoral we know. It giving them a more luxurious look.
For a ‘dressy’ look
The hand-patinated leather on the top of the boot and on the sole gives elegance to the model. These city shoes can be worn with either a solid-colored suit or tweed suit.
Upper Patinated leather from the Puy tannery
Color Cognac brown
Material Sourcing France
Manufacturing France – La Tourlandry (Maine and Loire department 49)
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