The Ultralight Hiking Boot
The Ultralight Hiking Boot is our updated take on a classic European hiking boot. It's a shoe rugged enough for the trail, but refined enough for the museum. With unparalleled comfort and temperature-regulating wool, your feet will stay cozy in just about any circumstances.
The most comfortable boot you'll ever own.
Handmade in a small family-owned factory in Northern Italy. Genderless. 100% waterproof nubuck leather upper. Full merino wool lining. Ortholite insoles. Goodyear welted with a 100% leather welt. Vibram outsole. Gusseted tongue. D-ring lacing system. Metal hardware. Embossed Season Three logo at the top of the tongue.
We built this boot around two main materials—premium Italian leather, sourced and finished in Italy, and New Zealand ZQ-certified merino wool, one of the most sustainable materials on earth. The design is inspired by European hiking boots of the 70s and 80s, but with an updated modern profile and lightweight outsole.
One size might not fit all, but we believe one style can. We use men’s and women’s labels to differentiate between fits. Our men’s sizes fit a wider foot, while our women’s version fits humans with narrower feet.
Our boots run large so we recommend sizing down a ½ size from your typical sneaker measurement for the best fit. For example, a 10.5 in Nike is a 10 in The Ultralight Hiking Boot.
We offer free shipping within the United States.
After placing your order, please allow 3 business days for your processing and up to 5 business days for your order to arrive (depending on how far you live from NY).
Need your boots sooner? Contact our team at email@example.com for options regarding expedited shipping.
Once your order has been shipped, you'll receive an email notification from us with a tracking number so that you can check on the progress of your shipment.
Learn more about our materials here.
HANDMADE IN ITALY
BUILT FOR PROBABLY ANYTHING
Waterproof protection against strange subway liquids and freak weather patterns. Merino wool lining for warmth in the refrigerator aisle and on bitter cold hikes. Durable materials that will hold up through long walks, quick errands,
and everything in between.