Carlos Santos

Carlos Santos Field Boot in Dark Brown Grain/Oak Calf


Discontinued Model!

A stunning Field Boot for those of you that want the closest thing to the Edward Green Galway for a fraction of the cost.

This model comes with bi-color uppers to create an aesthetically pleasing boot. The shaft uses Dark Brown Grain Leather while the lower part uses smooth Oak Calfskin. Goodyear Welted in Portugal on the 316 Last and a Dainite Rubber Sole for comfort and grip.

Some of the features include:

  • Style Reference: 9156
  • Last: 316 Slightly Elongated Almond Shape
  • Width: Regular
  • Uppers: Dark Brown Grain/Oak Calf
  • Sole: Dainite
  • Lining: Genuine Leather
  • Construction: Goodyear Welted 270°
Comes with a high quality box that includes dust bags and a Carlos Santos shoehorn.

About the 316 Last: A slightly elongated soft almond shaped last. Comfortable with a normal instep. Roomy but can be laced more tight. Fits half a size larger, so advice is to size down half from your true to size UK and 1.5 size from your US size. Read more on our lasts here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Björn Isaksson
My first and certainly not my last Carlos Santos

A thing of rare beauty, isn't it? That something so elegant can also feel good. I recently treated myself to a pair of these from 'The Noble Shoe', and I must say that the customer experience was indubitably impeccable.

I was in personal contact with the owner — a certain Mr. Kostas. A most courteous man with a keen eye for detail he proved himself to be. We stayed in contact with each other throughout the entire process. There was never anything worthwhile of concern that took place and I would imagine it seldom, if ever, does.

The boots arrived as promised on time and they had been carefully inserted into a box most exquisite along with a lovely little shoe horn and note from Mr. Kostas at the top of the protective layering.

The quality of the craftmanship and the quality of the leather that went into this has left me quite frankly rather astonished. These boots cost me 270£ + applicable VAT, no shipping since I live in Sweden, when I bought them here at The Noble Shoe; however, here's the thing... These boots have the quality behind them to rival boots in the 400£ to high 500£ range in everything from feel, look, quality of craftmanship and quality of material used. You also get them cheaper if you buy them via The Noble Shoe than directly from Carlos Santos, I do believe. Certainly won't be my last pair of Carlos Santos boots, that's for certain.

I hope to do more business with The Noble Shoe again in the future.