Alden Tobacco Chamois Indy Boots M2904Alden
Alden has been producing Made in USA footwear for well over a century now. An icon of American footwear, Alden was founded in 1884 by Charles H Alden in Massachusetts and remains there to this day.
The Indy Work Boot from Alden is one of Alden's most popular and iconic styles. Nicknamed the 'Indy' after Harrison Ford famously wore the boots in the 'Indiana Jones' films, they remain an American icon to this day.
These are constructed from a Reverse Chamois suede sourced from the infamous Horween Leather Co Tannery in Chicago. Reverse Chamois is the Roughout version of the Chamois leather, where the flesh is used instead of the grain. The Chamois is a vegetable re-tanned leather, generously nourished with an intense rich blend of natural oils to create a rich and oily feel.
This exclusive Indy Boots also features a fully goodyear welted natural 'plantation' crepe sole finished with a brass-tacked leather toe portion. A versatile and beautifully constructed boot that will be sure to last a lifetime, getting better with age.
The M2904 is built on Alden's trubalance last with a D width fitting and also features the signature moc stitch, speed-hook & eyelets as well as a mahogany storm welt while a dual branded insole completes the look. The trubalance last tends to run large so we suggest taking a half or full size down from your usual shoe size.
Please note, we can only ship Alden to destinations within the UK and Europe.
- Alden for Clutch Cafe
- Traditional work boot style - famously coined Indy boot
- Reverse Chamois from Horween - strong water repellency
- Goodyear welted plantation crepe sole
- Trubalance last
- D width fitting
- Leather lining and insole
- Tonal stitching
- Tonal eyelets and speedhooks
- Made in USA
Since the beginning of the year there has been certain changes to service due to the on going Covid-19 pandemic, as well as Brexit which means that our courier services maybe experiencing some delays which are out of our control. For these reasons we cannot guarantee quoted delivery times, though very rarely have we found issues and holdups.
We appreciate your understanding.
Normal Operating Delivery Prices
UK & Ireland – £6 Next Day Delivery
(Free Next Day Delivery on Order Over £100)
Europe & Rest of World
Shipping rates vary by zone and cart value.
•Free Tracked Standard Shipping: 7-13 business days
(Tracking available after being scanned at shipment hub)
•Express Courier (Air): 1-2 business days
All deliveries must be signed for as proof of receipt.
(Free Standard and Express Options Available at Checkout - this is based on spend, shipping location & options selected)
*After the UK’s recent departure from the European Union, there has been an unavoidable upheaval in all trade.
To help ease the confusion, we use a shipping partner to assist us with all international shipments, which allows us to show you, upfront, all costs before delivery including duties and customs know as DDP (Delivery Duty Paid).
All prices are inclusive of processing and delivery fees (excluding courier fees where applicable) meaning the price shown is the price you will pay delivered to you, with no hidden customs or clearance fees!
All orders placed from within the EU have the local rate of VAT added and paid within destination country; so no excess VAT will be charged upon arrival and we do not collect UK VAT. This also means that you are able to pay in local currency (or the currency of your choice) to a local bank account, as well as offering payment plans wherever applicable.