Neil Barrett Boots For Men
sueded effect, no appliqués, solid colour, zip closure, round toeline, square heel, leather lining, rubber sole, contains non-textile parts of animal origin, chelsea boots
etal applications, solid colour, laces, round toeline, square heel, leather lining, lug sole, contains non-textile parts of animal origin, combat boots
Like so many before him, Mr Neil Barrett draws on his musical proclivities for inspiration - the designer admires the stylings of The Cure, Siouxsie Sioux and Echo & the Bunnymen in particular, and the influence is clear to see on these slim-fitting biker boots. This pair has been made in Italy from thick black leather with silver zips and chunky, but comfortable rubber Margom soles. Black leather Leather linings, rubber Margom soles Zip fastenings Come with dust bags Made in Italy Fits true to size. Take your normal size Only available in full sizes, go up to the nearest whole size if you take a half size
lacing, metal applications, solid colour, zip closure, round toeline, leather lining, lug sole, square heel, contains non-textile parts of animal origin, combat boots
no appliqués, solid colour, zip closure, round toeline, square heel, rubber heel, leather lining, rubber sole, contains non-textile parts of animal origin
Insole: leather~Lining: leather~Shoe tip: Square toe~Sole: synthetics~upper material: leather~shoe fastener: zip
Insole: leather~Pattern: plain~Lining: leather~Shoe tip: round~Sole: synthetics~upper material: leather~shoe fastener: zip
Polished leather desert boots in black. Round toe. Barbell hardware at vamp and heel. Tonal lace-up closure. Tonal crepe rubber sole. Silver-tone hardware. Tonal stitching.
These Biker boots from Neil Barrett are perfect for everyday wear this Autumn/Winter season. Crafted from a luxury black calf leather, these ankle length boots feature a square toe, a side zip fastening and a low block heel.
Neil Barrett's smooth-leather ankle boots feature a host of contemporary details – most particularly the front lightning-bolt print – a signature design feature for the label. Smaller detailing can be seen in the neat stitching around the vamp and metal detailing such as in the pierced heel and studded welt. Note the chunky saw-edged rubber sole which provides a durable finish.
Neil Barrett transforms traditional tailoring to cutting-edge with his brazen graphic prints and his signature lightning bolt motif is a striking stand-out. These black leather lightning bolt military boots feature a lace-up front fastening, eyelets, a pull tab at the rear, a side zip fastening and a ridged rubber sole.
Ankle-high polished leather boots in black. Round toe. Barbell hardware at vamp and heel. Tonal lace-up closure. Zip closure at inner side. Logo embossed at outer side. Grosgrain pull-loop at heel collar. Tonal treaded Vibram rubber sole. Silver-tone hardware. Tonal stitching.
Neil Barrett subverts ideas of discipline by adding a piercing – a hallmark of rebellion – to the heel and vamp of these military-inspired black patent-leather boots. Ankle-length with a lace-up front, they feature a chunky rubber sole and black leather lining. Fits true to size.
Ankle-high buffed leather boots in black. Signature graphic printed in white at round toe. Tonal lace-up closure. Zip closure at inner side. Grosgrain pull-loop and barbell hardware at heel. Tonal treaded Vibram rubber sole. Silver-tone hardware. Tonal stitching.
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Neil Barrett Leather Piercing Boots in Black. - size 40 (also in 41,42,43,44,45) Leather upper with rubber sole. Made in Europe. Shaft measures approx 165mm/ 6.5 inches in height. Approx 25mm/ 1 inch platform. Approx 40mm/ 1.5 inch heel. Hidden side zip closure. Silver-tone piercing accents. NEIL-MZ68. PBSH303 F9017. About the designer: Fashion is a family affair for Neil Barrett. Both his father and grandfather were master tailors, and the designer himself started learning the trade at an early age. After graduating from Central Saint Martins with a degree in men's fashion design, Barrett went on to earn his Masters at the Royal College of Art in London. Upon graduation, Barrett accepted a design position with Gucci. From here, he moved on to become design director at Prada, where he helped launch their first line of menswear. In 1999, Barrett founded his eponymous line of menswear, a collection applauded for its unique mix of English tailoring and fine Italian craftsmanship. Barrett has since opened two stores in Japan, launched a women's line, and worked extensively with Puma, who named him creative director in 2003 for an on pitch kit of training and formal suits for Team Italia.