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Hermes Hiking Boot

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These heavy-duty hikers in black oiled calfskin, with a 25mm palladium-plated ‘Albion’ buckle, feature double leather and notched rubber soles, ubiquitous signature orange lining and embody autumn’s dual-fixation with all things rugged yet luxurious.

Part Aspen ski lodge circa mid-Thirties, part Von Trapp with a measure of bear-luxe, these may look the part but we would strongly recommend you think twice about attempting the ascent of Ben Nevis in them…

£920

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