Latest Aero News

History Of Aero Video....more

Factory Break In....more

EXCHANGE RATE OFFER....more

rss feed

Sizing

How to measure yourself and get the correct fit for you more>>

sales and specials

Special Offers

Check out our sale items and offers. more>>

leather jacket making

Jacket Making

Find out how an Aero jacket is made. more>>

Custom build leather jackets

Custom Build

Info on custom orders. more>>

Postage And Returns

Prices and info on postage and returns more>>

breaking in a leather jacket

Breaking In

Tips on breaking, wearing & caring for your jacket. more>>

aero leather customer gallery

Gallery

See yourself in the customer gallery. more>>

leather links

Links

Some web sites worth a look. more>>

General
Base price: £200.00
Product ordering & options
Choose size
Quantity

Product Options

Choose your options for this product from the left panel.

If there are any price implications for the options you choose, they will be reflected in the Total price below.

200.00
Total: £
   |    0 items   |    checkout

1920s Style Black Glace Kid "Town" Boots

Back in the 1980s Aero made a limited edition replica of the classic early 20th Century man's Glace Kid Town Boot, the type worn across the Globe before WW2 and featured in all the major catalouges of the day. Production of the Aero version came to a slightly abrupt halt when our cobbler retired and it's taken us a while to find a British Shoemaker capable of recreating this legendary boot to our satisfaction.

All good things are worth waiting for and we are now delighted to introduce our new version, the perfect replica of this classic boot fitted with a leather sole fitted to a proper Goodyear welt, slim and neat, just like the originals, leather lined and made from high grade Glace Kid, one of the best wearing and most comfortable leather ever used in footwear production. 

As usual, our boots are hand crafted in Northampton in the traditional manner, maybe not with the cobbler working with a mouth full of tacks and a last between his knees as would have been the case before "Elfin Safety" but made as close as possible to the original 20th Century version.