George Boots are classic men's ankle boots

George Boots is a comparatively young shoe model compared to Derby or Oxford shoes, which only saw the light of the shoe world in the early 1950s. These men's ankle boots originated from the military in England and none other than King George the Sixth was the initiator of the George Boots, which were ultimately named after him. These puristic ankle boots for men have some special features.

George Boots von Handmacher
The shaft cut is relatively steep and the open 3-hole lacing, which is another feature of the George Boots, is placed very high at the end of the shaft. In the front area, this men's ankle boot is made like a plain derby and the side seams are very far back. This gives the impression that the George Boots are made from a single piece of leather and makes the classic elegance of these men's shoes.