Maison Margiela S/S’21 Brown Tabi Boots For Men


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Margiela talks about possibly his most memorable creation: the split-toed Tabi boot, based on the shape of a Japanese tabi sock, which was shown as part of his very first runway collection in 1989, and is still produced today. Tabi began as socks. The split-toe design was thought to promote balance through the separation of the big toe—a holistic reflexology strategy that promotes a clear mind. It’s also considered to be connected to your sense of self, and it just happened to fit the thonged sandals commonly worn at the time. artin Margiela wanted a shoe that gave the illusion of a bare foot resting on a heel. The heel is chunky and high from the side but narrow from the front, and the leather was a traditionally masculine choice. The clasps that run up the inner part of the boots were references to the original design he pulled from, he had just come back from a trip to Japan when he designed his own. Style yourself gorgeous!

100% Soft Calfs Skin Silhouette

Hazelnut Brown Si

Black Contrast Lined At Sole

Canvas Pinestripped Interior

Split ‘Tabi’ Toe 

Button Fastening

Rounded Toeline

From Spring / Summer 2021

Made In Italy

Size: EU43 – Could Fit A 44 

Comes with its original shoebox and dustbags 

Condition: S
This pair of tabi’s is new and have never been worn!