Linton is one of our favourites! This handsome boot is a throwback to the classic field boot, originally designed to be worn by soldiers in combat or training our Linton is far more likely to be worn on the urban battlefield of a pub garden!
This high over ankle boot is made from a smooth leather and come in two colours; Chestnut Leather and coming soon for 2018 the Chocolate Leather. The waxy laces and the traditional metal hook lace system reflects this styles heritage; durable wearing and, in our option, gets better with age! Featuring all the comforts Thomas Partridge shoes have become known for; padded tongue & collar, ergonomic footbase and with an added zip for ease of wear.
Finished off with our embossed stamp for that added touch of British heritage.
The Linton boot, like all the Thomas Partridge shoes, takes its name from British Royal Air Force bases, RAF Linton-on-Ouse is a station at Linton-on-Ouse in North Yorkshire, England, 10 miles north-west of York.
It is currently a flying training centre, providing basic fast-jet pilot training for Royal Navy, RAF and Foreign & Commonwealth students.
Inspired by heritage, engineered for comfort.
What would Tom wear?
Entering the winter, boots become an obvious but daunting choice. Never sure what to wear with what? Do you go smart or casual or can you have a boot that fits both?
Our Chestnut Linton boot is great for this, laced up and under a smart chino or jeans works perfectly. However, the great versatility of the Linton also can be worn “undone” with skinny jeans and a jumper, the workmen trend we are seeing so much of at the moment. Laced to half and unzipped achieves this look.
Linton Chocolate and jeans are a staple combination, but for a slightly more formal look you can play around with shapes, working in smart longline coats with less structured loose fit jeans.
All our boots are a must have as the winter rolls in, check out all the boots we have on offer. And as with all of the Thomas Partridge products they are crafted with comfort as well as style in mind, Tom’s Tech page.