Isidro Chelsea novelties and new release

Isidro Chelsea novelties and new release

Let us introduce the Isidro Chelsea boot, a design we spent a lot of time developing in quest of the ideal shape and fit for one of the most well-known boot styles in the footwear market. 

Every single customer who adores this style of boot, from the gentleman who loves to wear it in the town to the guy who uses his boot every single day. With this release, we're introducing our all-new leather shank and heel counter, which will give the boot much more personality and durability.

As you probably be aware, one of our company's goals is to protect the environment by using every last piece of leather that is available. The leather shanks are evidence of this because they are made entirely by hand from the leftover leather from your boots, reducing waste and helping to decrease the carbon footprint.

Another innovation is our brand-new leather heel counter, which is likewise hand-shaped and cut. This gives the boot considerably more quality and character and increases its durability by preventing the use of synthetic materials.

Our Isidro Chelsea will show a rugged style that will look good with almost every style, and their lovely siloute around the foot makes them ideal to wear as either a daily hard-wear boot or a casual boot, depending on the leather you select.

There are numerous Chelsea styles available in the market, but not all of them are made to achieve the ideal shape and fit, which is one of the reasons we are so proud of our Isidro boots since they were made to be worn with skinny, slim, straight, tapered, or your favorite pair of jeans in your wardrobe. 

Go ahead and take a look at the new Isidro chelsea Boot here

1 comment

Hi there,

As a former English language instructor and current author if feel it necessary to point out an error to you. On your website there’s a graphic of of a man (?) wearing boots walking and the caption reads ’Do our boots need to brake-in? It should read Do our boots need to break-in. Brake is something that stops motion, like a car has brakes to help it slow down and stop. Break is proper in this instance. My apologies if you feel that my comment is unwarranted.

Best regards,


Brian Tepper

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