Maslon Desert Boot, Grayers Pewter Flannel

Desert modernism.

Richard Neutra's 1962 Maslon House is located in Palm Springs, California, and is a symbol of Desert Modernism's informal elegance. The Maslon Desert Boot is a tribute to that style, and a wearable reimagining of the aesthetic. The suede and leather construction is built on a washed cotton canvas footbed, making walking in it feel as good as it looks.

  • Supple suede uppers
  • Full grain leather
  • Washed cotton canvas footbed
  • Herringbone outsole designed for maximum slip resistance
  • Imported
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