When it comes to winter boots, most of us look for function to handle the rugged conditions the environment brings. If you want to combine style with function, Grenson will deliver that plus extreme durability. Grenson and Tom Snyder have teams to create the Tessera Multi Suede Boot and it is quite nice.
Tom Snyder of New York makes effortless everyday luxuries for the modern gentleman. Blending Savile Row craftsmanship with a downtown New York aesthetic, the line is relaxed, refined and always impeccably tailored. Grenson has been in the shoe business since 1866. This partnership between those with years of experience in production and style and you would expect the quality and appearance of the Tessera Multi Suede. The boot takes up to eight weeks to make and involves over 200 production steps. Their patented Goodyear Welted process is a shoemaking technique invented in the 1860s and is still incorporated in all their shoes. In this process, the upper is stitched to a leatherband call a “Welt.” The Welt is then stitched to the sole, producing a strength that provide years of wear.
The Tessera Multi Suede has the look of a Chelsea boot on steroids. The unique suede, leather, and other materials mix to exemplify design like you’ve never seen. Top your boot selection off with a nice henley, jacket, and utility pants and you’ll be ready for the harsh winter…in style. They are a bit pricey but you won’t be replacing them any time soon.