L'Inuit

Navy Blue

US$255

For an Eskimo look and warm palms, the pelican goes for L’Inuit!

For an Eskimo look and warm palms, the pelican goes for L’Inuit!

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  • Winter Boots in Suede Leather coming from Italy
  • Sheep Fur Lining
  • EVA sole
  • Delivered in an elegant Bobbies box with a cotton dustbag
  • Designed in Paris and handcrafted in our workshops in Portugal

Orders placed before 8am (NY time) Monday to Friday are dispatched the same day (excluding public holidays in France).

Home delivery by DHL 1-2 working days afer dispatch. Free for orders over US$ 200 (US$ 15 for orders below that amount).

No customs duty is payable for orders below US$ 800. For orders over US$ 800, the amount of customs duty will be indicated prior to payment and you can pay it directly on our website.

Returns are easy and can be made via DHL collection at your home or workplace. A US$ 20 returns fee will be deducted from your refund.

Our velvet leathers

Sourced from the most famous Italian tanneries, our suede, also called suede leather or velvet leather, is a skin whose inner surface has been finely sanded for a soft and natural result. It comes from the finest leathers instead of doeskin since deer is a protected species. It is the perfect material for casual and efficient models because of its softness and bohemian look.

Our non-slip soles

Our boots designed for the extreme cold are fitted with a light, resistant EVA sole, which makes them the perfect ally for a snug and cosy winter. They boast a notched design for better grip, especially on wet soils. They will also pamper your feet with their extra-soft cushioning. However, to avoid damaging them, take care to prevent the top of the boots coming into contact with snow.

Our sheep wool linings

If you like being warm, this model offers a sheepskin liner. Super cozy, it will keep your feet warm all winter while bringing a comfy touch and a workwear touch to your look.

Our production workshops in Portugal

We work hand-in-hand with family-owned workshops every day to develop the most perfect and comfortable models with the finest finishes. Each workshop is selected for its own specific traditional know-how: the variety of the steps needed to create a studded moccasin, the technicality of a Strobel-made sneaker, the expertise of the perfect arch of our heels or even the mastery of the upside down assembly that offers unrivalled suppleness to our ballet flats and slippers.

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