Bluprint Laguna Shop Boot

Feb 21, 2017

Category: Style

Not a whole lot of small boot or shoe makers can really claim that they have proprietary technology. That is something usually reserved for big brands who have gigantic R&D departments. But Bluprint isn’t quite like most shoe makers, and their Laguna Shop Boot isn’t really like most men’s boots.

Featuring a full grain leather upper with 8 eyelets for lacing and a height of 8 inches from the natural crepe outsole, the Laguna Shop Boot strikes one immediately as a handsome boot. But it is more than just good looking. Thanks to the Southern California based company’s special CLOUD IMPRINT technology which molds itself to the wearers foot, and a special M-Lite foam mid that provides ultra light shock absorption, these boots looks are only rivaled by their comfort. This emphasis on comfort from Bluprint is a large part of why it caught our eyes. It is rare to come across something that is both classic looking and capable of being worn every day like a pair of sneakers. Prices for these are set right at $150. [Purchase]

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