Clinch George Boots NC-C Black Calf-Boots-Clutch Cafe
Clinch George Boots NC-C Black Calf-Boots-Clutch Cafe Clinch George Boots NC-C Black Calf-Boots-Clutch Cafe Clinch George Boots NC-C Black Calf-Boots-Clutch Cafe Clinch George Boots NC-C Black Calf-Boots-Clutch Cafe Clinch George Boots NC-C Black Calf-Boots-Clutch Cafe Clinch George Boots NC-C Black Calf-Boots-Clutch Cafe Clinch George Boots NC-C Black Calf-Boots-Clutch Cafe Clinch George Boots NC-C Black Calf-Boots-Clutch Cafe
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$1,700.00

Clinch has become world-renowned for the artisanal quality with which founder Minoru Matsuura designs and crafts each style in the company's lineup. 

Built around unique wooden lasts carved by hand, Clinch aims to recreate the build and style of 1940's boots from the ground up. All components are carefully sourced to create a boot that stands apart.

The George Boots from Clinch are based on boots issued to the British Army and intentionally made with laces higher so they are hidden when worn with trousers. Similar in style to the classic Chukka, these have been elevated in Japan to the highest standards that we've come accustomed to with Clinch. 

The CN ast which the George Boots are built on have a beautifully sculpted shape, arguably the most distinctive and desired detail of this hand-carved wooden last created by Clinch. The fit is snug, contouring to the foot, with the intent of the leather moulding to the shape of your foot over time. The all-important toe box style is un-structured, and reasonably flat keeping its shape without flattening out too much, and the vamp fits closely to the instep. We find that the CN last can easily accommodate a US D-width fitting and most foot-shapes. 

These feature a logger heel, using a reproduction 'O'Sullivan's' Heel Block (O'Sullivan's was an American manufacturer of heels and patented this style in 1899). The vamp front features a unique crease line through the centre, something unique to Clinch as a producer. 

This pair uses a Black Calf leather sourced from France, favoured for its full black dye that is put though the entire hide, meaning the leather will hold its colour. Their tanning processes involve drying and ageing stages that take four to six months that end up producing leathers with a unique texture and grain.

Finished with a three hole eyelet and army green pull tab to the heel. 

These are listed in US Sizing. We recommend half a size down from your measured US Brannock Device if you are a D width. For wider feet we recommend your usual US Brannock Size. 

  • Black calf leather
  • CN Last
  • Listed in US sizing
  • Fully leather lined
  • 270 degree flat welt
  • Hand sewn welted construction
  • Reproduction O'sullivans heel
  • Three eyelets
  • Pull tab
  • Made in Japan Brass nails
  • Made in Japan
Have a question? Email info@clutch-cafe.com or call 020 7580 6444.

Delivery Update 

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.

Goods are to be received back in store within 14 days of receiving your order. For more information on returns please see Shipping & Returns.