The Dylan Boot in Black
Meet the Dylan Boot in Black. This is our first Jodhpur Boot and something we have been working on for a long time. We took a sleek silhouette and designed the Jodhpur strap to buckle further down on the upper as to be a bit more visible and prominent. The upper is made of high-quality, Italian leather tanned and milled in Tuscany. The sole unit is double-stacked leather with rubber inserts for added grip, durability, and comfort. This is an aggressive boot that has become very popular with the rise of minimalist fashion. We use our Bristol last on the Dylan Boot for the very slim, sleek, and minimal shape.
COUNTER: Full-Grain Leather (Italy)
OUTSOLE: Leather sole with rubber inserts
Standard D Width
Blake Construction (resoleable)
I love them. They work great with all black fits. The pebbled leather is great and I get compliments all the time. This is my second pair from Taft and I'll be sure to buy more.
These are so stylish, and I’ve bought two more pairs of boots since. :)
I absolutely love these boots! I have a pretty small foot so finding boots in men sizes is always a challenge because I don't want my feet to look clunky. I love the silhouette of the boot because it's very sleek. They were extremely comfortable and received a few compliments. I ended up buying the Dylan in woven while on the Spring sale! I hope Taft keeps the silhouette of this boot because these are definitely one of the best boots I've owned!
I love the look of boots, fits well, but I wish there was a zipper on the side. I’ve had to undo the strap to take the boot on and off and that’s been scraping the edges off. Leather is soft but after a few hours my bunion is killing me.
I had to buy two pair, the first because I didn’t realize they were in men sizes (bought an 8) and the second (a 6) to hopefully fit better. I’m a women size 7.5, and guess what: women also like cool Dylan-inspired mod boots, so it’s frustrating that a) I lost money (via shipping) because I had to return BOTH pair, and b) that I cannot have the boots because you don’t make them in a small enough size. Jinji Willingham