Italian labels Stone Island and Diemme have teamed up for this chocolate suede hiking boot. It’s made at Montebelluna in Italy, as expected, and features a timeless hiking boot design, one that Diemme has rejuvenated over the past few seasons. The solid Vibram outsole works as a great platform for the brown waterproof suede upper that’s fitted with leather ankles, technical hiking eyelets, embossed Stone Island logos on the heels, and a Stone Island patch on the tongue.
Here we have a look at Moncler V’s suede mountain boots for the fall and winter. The tricolor detailing on the mid-sole help to define the shoe while all other features and design work is effortless timeless. It takes some inspiration from the visvim Serra silhouette, for those of you that are familiar. They feature a waxed suede upper, calf leather lining, D-ring lacing system, leather mid-sole and heavy Vibram outer sole.
With the warmer seasons upon us, the hiking boot really hasn’t been mentioned much. This finish actually looks great and can easily be worked into your summer rotation. Fracap’s Scarponcini is a perfect choice because of the tan grain leather upper and the lightweight Vibram Morflex sole but the time dedication put into these handmade boots really shows.