John Lofgren Bootmaker

Donkey Puncher Boots Badalassi Carlo Leather Cognac

₩1,591,000

Only 1 left in this size!

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About the product

  • Do we know where the name Donkey Puncher came from? Yes we do. These boots were named for men and women who operated "steam donkeys" a steam-driven winch used in logging at the end of the 19th century. The operators were of course known as "donkey punchers" hence the name. And now you know...queue star coming across the TV screen. On a side note to this, the colourway is cognac and all I can envision is someone drinking cognac on one of those weird looking glasses while wearing these boots. Makes sense right?
  • 120 last
  • E/wide width
  • Lot No. LK-004
  • Badalassi Carlo vegetable tanned upper & Japanese horsehide lined
  • Removable kiltie/false tongue
  • Heavy triple stitched sewing
  • Japanese made steel shanks
  • Vibram 705 half soles & 700 heels
  • Goodyear welted construction using USA made storm welts
  • Made in Japan