The Freja Boot crafted from cow leather features zip detailing on either side of the boot making it easy to pull on. The neat design hugs the foot and cuts off at a flattering ankle height, whilst modest heel height makes them perfect for wearing everyday. This classic style is your versatile seasonal piece, pairing perfectly with skirts, pants and dresses.
- Cow Leather, Resin Sole
- Zip detailing
- 2.5cm heel
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Upper: Cow leather
Lining: Sheep leather
Heel Height 2.3cm
Made in India
These leather boots should be cleaned and conditioned with a neutral cream polish. Apply with a soft cloth and rub into dry or scuffed areas. Leather is a natural material and will age with wear. It is imperative that you avoid wetting or soaking these shoes in water as this will greatly affect the quality and appearance.
MATERIAL & MAKERS NOTES
These shoes have been handmade in Agra, India by family owned and operated factory Gupta Overseas Pty Ltd. They have been in business for over 60 years and specialise in making shoes for the European market. Elk visit the factory two to three times a year to see their products being made, assess working conditions, source materials and learn new techniques.
Each design is tested at ELK HQ where the shoes are worn for a period to consider comfort, wear and style. The leather upper is made using REACH standards, a European Union regulation (1907/2006/EC) restricting the levels of specific chemical substances in goods. It is a bi product from the meat industry.
Gupta run an in-house training institute with the sole objective to train rural, underprivileged youths, particularly those who live below the poverty line to enhance their employability.
"These prospective candidates are mobilised by us. The company also arranges their accommodation and food and pay them a monthly stipend. The entire expenses of the training institute are born by us. It is so we who give back to the community and these people can then have skills to get work in the future." - Mr Chetan Gupta, Director