Le Chameau is a French heritage boot brand founded in 1927 in Normanby, France. The brand, now British-owned, is manufactured in Morocco, where it takes nine months of intensive training to become a Le Chameau Maître bottier.
The Duchess of Cambridge favors the Vierzonord Boots which feature a tightening strap around the calf. She has frequently worn the style for public engagements and at Polo.
Master bootmakers at Le Chameau's Normanby factory have been crafting their leather rain boots following handmade artisanal techniques since 1927. Its boots are now made in Morocco, where founder Claude Chamot has manufactured since 1949.
RM Williams is the premium Chelsea boot brand born in the Australian outback in the '30s. Find hard-wearing, classic leather boots made by hand.
CITY Boots is known for chic and feminine cowboy boots made by hand. The sleek modern fit elongates the leg for a versatile look.