The Jack Boot in Eden (PRESALE)
- UPPER: Cotton jacquard weave
- TOE CAP: Italian full-grain calf skin
- COUNTER: Italian full-grain calf skin
- OUTSOLE: Leather sole with rubber inserts
- Standard D Width
- Blake Construction (resoleable)
We design with boldness in mind to ensure that all our products are as unique and stylish as you. You will not find shoes like this anywhere else.
We only use vegetable-tanned, chromium-free, full-grain leathers. These high-quality leathers make our shoes durable and comfortable. We partner with some of the best mills and tanneries in the world to produce bold and unique styles.
Every product is hand made by a generational shoemaker in Spain or Portugal. Every piece of leather is painted and stained by hand to give a beautiful finish that is unique to each shoe. The entire process of making a TAFT item is guided by human touch, allowing us to use only the best sections of the leather.
- Customer service
I love the shoe. The shoe gets a lot of attention and gets a lot of good Complement.
The Eden's do not disappoint. They look sharp, draw compliments, and are as comfortable as the other Jack Boots with this sole. The Jacks in Aberdeen, Industrial, and OxBlood are more comfortable to me due to their more rubber/composite sole construction. Sizing is straight forward; I wear a 9 1/2 Wide in most dress shoes and the size 10 fits my wide foot and extra long "fore-toe".
The very first day that I wore them , I had received a complement from a nice man from a part of the valet service and he had immediately recognized the brand. They are absolutely beautiful boots and I highly recommend them to all those around me, they are well worth it.
They were everything that I hoped!
I have a lot of shoes, and the moment I saw these, I knew I had to have them. I pre ordered them with the expectation of getting them in Mid-January. I received the before Christmas! They have quickly become my favorite pair, and I cannot wait for the pandemic to be over so I can wear them out and give them a proper introduction. Thank you Taft!