Last & Loom boots are individually handcrafted by a second-generation bootmaker using a very rare brass screw wire construction.
Brass screw wire is spun at high speed on a machine that screws the mid-sole, upper, and insole together creating a super strong boot.
They are built using one of the last brass screw wire machines still in existence. This machine is from Leicester, England, and dates back to the 1800's when the technique originated. There are only a handful of manufacturers still using a brass screw wire construction to make boots.
The leather hides comes from farms in the North Island of New Zealand.
- Tough Brass Screw Wire construction
- New Zealand cowhide - black
- Solid brass eyelets for durability
- Half bellow tongue to keep your feet dry
- Classic double natural leather sole & stacked leather heel
- Rubber half sole & rubber heel top piece for better grip
- Crafted in New Zealand