Heritage Boots Mocca

  • MK22795
  • Women

Heritage can be the identity, tradition or a special artifact that is passed down through generations. Just as our kid’s Heirloom boots are built to last, our women’s Heritage boots symbolize the handcraft and cobbling techniques that have survived in Guatemala and that we are doing our best to preserve. Invest in quality shoes that can tell an important story for generations.

Separate from our women’s Logan boots, Heritage boots are the matching look-a-like to our children’s Heirloom boots. Heritage Boots are crafted from the finest materials and highest workmanship. Handmade with a rounder toe, these “combat-like” style boots are perfect for everyday wear, casual or dressed up. Made with full grain leather, leather soles and Goodyear Welt. Go ahead, zoom in and check out how with full grain leather you are getting the real deal, beautifully imperfect! 

Customer Feedback:

Our customers report our boots run true to size (TTS). Our boots are Medium Width. Do not size up. If you have a wide foot they be a little snug. If you consider your foot narrow, you may want to use an insert. We don't make half sizes, if you wear a 7.5 we don't recommend you size down to a size 7, but rather to go up to a size 8. As always, we recommend you measure first, see our how to video.

A note about our leather...

Why we love them
Artisan Handcrafted
Full Grain Leather
Leather Soles
Fair Trade

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How we make them

A craftsman cuts the leather by hand, choosing the leather carefully and making sure that he follows the grain of the leather, his expert eye tells him the best way to cut each piece. He then sews each piece with accuracy and exactness only seasoned cobblers have mastered. Each upper body is placed then in the shoe form and with skilled and strength, the master cobbler dresses the form and prepares it to attach the leather sole. The soles are then layered, one on top of another, he then cuts and sands the leather to perfection. Once the glue is dry the leather Artisan then carefully builds-up the finish with an expert’s eye, and touch, to achieve an aged patina in just the right places to reflect the aged qualities only time, wear, and frequent care could have accomplished naturally.