From the first time I saw Helm Boots, I wanted them badly. Helm Boots has a great line, and I love their commitment to the product. The company is based out of Austin, Texas. The Lee Lows are my favorite model because they are so different. The inventive pattern uses new materials that depart from the classic leather shoe.
Notes From the Designer: There is a strong demand for the Sam Original, but not everyone is comfortable with or can pull off the more dramatic European-influenced toe. So we took the Sam Original and lasted it on the 415 to keep it fashion-forward but a touch subtler. It is slimmed down compared to the 323 last that the Muller is built on, and with no cap toe, it has the ability to be more versatile, from dress to casual. Unlike the Sam Original, the Lee Low is made from Tasman York leather but still features the contrast panels of White Oak Cone Denim® to give it the same added detail and a unique side profile. This style is strong – an instant classic that can be worn with a suit, pants or your favorite jeans. The Lee Low justifiably joined our Signature line right out of the gate.
• Full-grain Tasman York leather upper • Quarter panel inlay with White Oak Cone Denim® • Fully lined with leather • Blake Rapid Stitch welt construction • Oil-treated leather outsole • Tonal stitch throughout • Reinforced leather pull tab • HELM signature white composite rubber midsole adds style and extra cushion • HELM-embossed oil- and wax-treated leather outsole for water resistance and increased durability • Bla • Seasonally updated sock liner quote and tongue stamp • Resoleable • 415 lasted
Shaft: 6 in. • Weight: 1 lb. 11 oz. • Handcrafted in the U.S.A.