Nommée en l'honneur de Fredric March qui remporta l'Oscar du meilleur acteur en 1932 pour sa performance dans Docteur Jekyll et M. Hyde, la botte March jumelle parfaitement l'ultra-moderne et le classique. Avec cette dualité en tête pour une botte d'homme printanière, John dessina un style combinant un cuir plus léger avec de la toile. En lavant le cuir, celui-ci est devenu plus souple et plissé, créant ainsi un effet de tons. Une semelle de tunite grise avec une semelle de caoutchouc collée en place avec cinq crampons de finition placés près du centre de la semelle sans oublier le talon de tunite jumelé à un sous-bout en caoutchouc donnent à cette botte légère un confort et une flexibilité sans compromis. La botte March a aussi de très longs lacets en cuir semi-parcheminé qui peuvent être enroulés maintes fois autour de la semelle et du coup-de-pied créant un style entièrement unique -- à moins que vous vouliez les couper pour un style plus conservateur. Headliners come and go, solid foundations last a lifetime. (Les têtes d'affiche viennent et repartent, les fondations solides durent toute une vie.)
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Posted by A. Navarro from Right up the street:
Favorite out of the bunch
Bought these a while back & wore them every chance I got...I'm pretty rough on shoes so the more I used them, the more they aged, the more I loved them. We gave each other character you could say. Would def. recommend.
Posted by Jay from Saskatoon:
Gorgeous--but not for the high-arched!
I ordered a pair of these from the Calgary store. They got here and I nearly drooled over the shape and the softness and the blue soles. Then I nearly cried, because I couldn't put them on. My arches are too high to slide in, even with the laces out and the zipper all the way down. I got on the phone to Calgary, and Tanya talked me off the ledge, giving me lots of expert info until I was able to choose a different boot to exchange these beauties for. My warning: if you DON'T have high arches, buy these and wear them with maximum love.
Posted by Ria from Chicago:
I have been drooling over these boots for months, despite the fact that they are "mens" shoes. Thanks to their going on sale, I finally took the plunge and ordered a pair in the black leather, and am so happy I did. I am almost always a Fluevog 9 women's, normally a non-'Vog 8.5 wide. I ordered a pair of these in a 7 men's, and they fit perfectly. Being men's shoes, they run intentionally/stylistically long in the toebox, so if you don't run wide you might want to size down. The leather is as soft as butter, and the grey laces perfectly set off the texture and color of the boots. The boots are immediately comfortable, and although I've only worn the outside a couple of times since purchasing them, I have received a ton of compliments. These go well with hot-shorts, work trousers, skinny jeans, and more.
Posted by david m from portland:
recently purchased these boots from the new fluevog in portland, and absolutely love them. soft, supple leather, mixed with canvas, give them a refined bit of urban grit. love them worn loosely with skinny jeans when heading out for coffee or a drink, also tied up to the top worn under wool trousers for a wear-to-work look. HIGHLY recommended!
Posted by Stuart H:
Heaven on the Westcoast
Having just bought my Blue Dubs last November in LA and then seeing this Headliner March last month I said 'This is got to be my next shoe. Totally love the funkiness of the brown lace and the zipper / eyelet combo look. Awesome colour also. I happened to be in Seattle so I bought it and had to walk it right from the store. Lovin it. Great staff at both stores, like shoe heaven.
Posted by Timothy. B from The Clouds:
I saw these boots here on the site and immediately decided I had to have them. I made the trek to Toronto (from a good distance away), on a rainy as hell day at that. So after some hardship, I finally had my pair. They have a wicked almost victorian look to them (the boots that is.) I don't think I'll be wearing anything but Fluevog now.