For the winter season, New England outerwear brand Cape Heights and American heritage footwear label G. H. Bass & Co. collaborate on the Quail Razor Boot. This style made its debut in the 50s as a hiking boot and today it’s as reliable as ever, updated with a contemporary aesthetic using the creative flair and expertise of both brands. The shoe is second to none in terms of strength and endurance, made with quality materials and expert craftsmanship.
The Quail Razor is a 5.5” lace up boot and features hands-stitched seams in an off-white heavy waxed thread, woven Cape Heights branding to the tongue, an Originals Bass woven label, a natural pigskin inside lining and an EVA wedge midsole. The upper is sat on a rippled outsole and a 360-degree natural flat welt stitch and both styles have a natural leather lining to the molded EVA microfiber footbed with gold embossed branding. The black leather option has reflective fleck hiking laces with an additional set of dark brown leather laces, matt black ski hooks and eyelets and the chipmonk suede and leather version has red hiking laces with an additional set of chestnut leather laces and brass ski hooks and eyelets to finish.
The G. H. Bass & Co. X Cape Heights Quail Razor Boot is in-store now and coming soon online to The Hip Store.