One of the most stylish models of boots is Balmoralkängan. It is characterized by a seam that extends from the lace of shoes along the side of the heel to the heel. Just this model of boot does not rarely come in a two-tone model where you can combine different shades or materials in the shaft and lower part of the boot.
Generally, Balmoral boots often appear to be a bit more dressed as they are basically exclusively oxford boots. It’s really a perfect model, for example, when you work in winter costume but want a warmer alternative than the usual laces. When the pants cover the shaft, the boot gives a very sophisticated look to the flannel costume.
If you choose a simple Danitesula, you have a durable and dressed winter boots.
Anrika Fosters & Son’s Balmoral Model “Montrose” produced by Crockett & Jones on license.
Iconic model Shannon from Edward Green, combined here in Dark Oak with Mink Suede.
Affordable Balmoral boots from Meermin in exclusive “shrunken baby calf”.
Little odd but nice Balmorengänga from Rider Boot Co. in MTO design with the combination of black calf and tweed.
Far from all Balmoral boots need to be in two-tone performance. According to vintageinconfidential.com, here we see Gaziano & Girling’s model Canterbury on the DG70 reading in Vintage Oak.
Very good value for money from Carmina in the model 80092. Here in medium brown suede.
Extremely elegant boots from Alfred Sargent “Handgrade”.
A lovely odd balsamorengalong in dark brown leather and dark blue jeans fabric. A better alternative, of course, but refreshing from J.FitzPatrick.
Balmoral boots from Laszlo Vass in combination black leather and suede.
Elegant two-tone model of the Enzo Bonafe Balmoral badge in black leather and light gray suede exclusive for Skoaktiebolaget.se.
Elegant interpretation of boot to costume trousers.