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George CoxEmbossed Leather Monkey Boot

B1220  
£220

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The original George Cox monkey boot from the British shoemakers' archive, reinterpreted in textured leather. Made in England with iconic details.

Made in England / Textured leather upper and smooth leather lining / Contrast rubber sole / 14-hole construction and contrast stitch detailing / Gold foil branded in-sock and Laurel Wreath pull tab

Colour White

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Based in Northampton, England since 1906, the George Cox name is synonymous with quality craftsmanship and British subcultural movements. An original design from the George Cox archive, the monkey boot is based on an early Czechoslovakian army boot and features the same 14-hole construction and side stitch detailing. First adopted by British subcultures in the 1960s, today the monkey boot is just as tough and just as iconic. Made in England, as it always has been.

  • Upper Leather/ Sole Rubber
  • Do Not Wash
Style
B1220
Colour
White

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Order by 3pm weekdays for:
— UK Standard delivery [Free]
— UK next working day delivery [£3]
— UK next working day delivery before 10:30am [£10]
— UK Saturday or Sunday delivery [£6]

More Information
Colour Description White
SKU B1220-100
Fabric Composition Upper Leather/ Sole Rubber
Hero 100
Washable Instructions Do Not Wash
Collection George Cox
Gender Unisex
Bullet 1 Made in England
Bullet 2 Textured leather upper and smooth leather lining
Bullet 3 Contrast rubber sole
Bullet 4 14-hole construction and contrast stitch detailing
Bullet 5 Gold foil branded in-sock and Laurel Wreath pull tab
Further Reading Based in Northampton, England since 1906, the George Cox name is synonymous with quality craftsmanship and British subcultural movements. An original design from the George Cox archive, the monkey boot is based on an early Czechoslovakian army boot and features the same 14-hole construction and side stitch detailing. First adopted by British subcultures in the 1960s, today the monkey boot is just as tough and just as iconic. Made in England, as it always has been.
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