Palladium boots, originally made and manufactured for the French Foreign Legion, circa 1947 (nod to Sinatra), are like quite a few vintage military products these days. That is to say, in style. The Palladium Baggy boots are a not-too-pricey Brayden Studio boot solution for casual wearers, and in this case, the Baggy Leather boots can be worn in 1 of two techniques: with the leather upper extended totally as we have in our photo above, or folded down for a slightly reduced hi-rise boot.
They’re extremely comfortable and put on in nicely following just a month’s use. Palladium’s brand relaunch this past Fall arrived with an infusion of updated colorways (black, saddle brown, chinchilla, and walnut), supplies, and all boots using a rubber toe-cap and ruggedized outer sole. Of all the material solutions, we prefer the pre-burnished vegetable tanned leather solution (above), but to each and every man his personal. left hand Consider pairing these with some structured jeans.