Nancybirds’ Chelsea Boots Black vegetable tanned leather celebrates the hides’ natural surface creating a robust long lasting yet elegantly crafted two toned, leather and suede boot. There are 3 things that make it easy to get these boots on and off, a handy leather heel tab, a full length slim elastic gusset integrate into the design and a full length curved zipper.
Sizes available: 1 x36
Nancybirds classic hard wearing rubber sole, full leather heel and twin stitching are the finishing touches to this fabulous easy wearing boot.
- Quality genuine vegetable tanned Black leather & suede outer
- Low stacked handcrafted leather heel
- Leather lined
- Leather pull tab on heal
- Full length zipper
- Full length slim elastic gusset
- Hard wearing rubber sole
AVAILBABLE THRU SHOP– call 02 9699 5029 to buy between 11-5 Mon-Sunday. sizes 36 - 41 available - Fit note: this style is running true to size.
Fixed Shipping $15
**shoes that are reduced, on sale, have fixed shipping. We charge $15 for sale shoes when we have to use a 3kg post bag for. Sorry we are just little fish and don't get discount freight but hey your getting them on sale.
Classic Black, also available in Terracotta
size: Approximate measurements based on size 39. Length of inner sole: 26cm (allow 0.5cm increase/decrease between sizes inner sole length). Width of outer sole: 9.5cm (allow 0.25cm increase/decrease between sizes outer sole width) - Fit note: this style is running true to size.
Please note that Chelsea Boot will be sent without box.
The Nancybird collection is mostly made from fine leather, linen, silk, wool and cotton. The nature of the materials and processes used means that there are sometimes variations in colour, print, feel, and surface. We do not consider these to be flaws or faults, rather they are part of the beauty of natural materials.
Prior to wearing your new shoes, we recommend using a spray on leather protector. We highly recommend following manufacturers instructions and testing any products used on leather in an inconspicuous area first.