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Paul Smith Men's Boots

Paul Smith men's boots are just one of the items of clothing and footwear that the iconic British fashion designer, Paul Smith, designs. Paul Smith fashion collections are produced in England and use fabrics from Italy, France and Great Britain.

A prominent designer label in pop culture Paul Smith menswear combines traditional and classical design with a mischievous flair. The designer's personality is key to the brand. Paul Smith is renowned for his use of colour, his eccentricity and his sparking of fashion trends with a very British core.

Paul Smith men's boot styles

Available in a range of style and designs, find a pair of Paul Smith men's boots that are suited to formal, business or casual wear. The range includes high-shine brogue boots that are ideal for work and slouchy slip on boots that are perfect for weekend wear.

Chelsea boots are an iconic boot style. Paul Smith men's Chelsea boots are close fitting, pull on boots, which often have a loop of fabric at the back that helps the wearer to pull the boot on. They are typically ankle high and feature elasticated sides. Chelsea boots are simple in their design and are a great addition to any outfit, whether smart or casual.

Paul Smith men's desert boots are a more casual style of boot. Typically lightweight, ankle high and made of suede, desert boots were originally commissioned by soldiers as they wanted a lightweight boot that has a secure grip on the sole to be able to cope with desert terrain conditions. Desert boots typically have two or three eyelets and short laces. Although initially sand coloured, they now come in a range of colours and fabrics.

As the name suggests, slip on boots mean they do not have any laces, zips or elastic for fastening. The range of Paul Smith men's slip on boots includes styles from mid-calf slouchy slip on boots that are perfect for casual wear to buckled leather slip on boots with the look of a biker boot.

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