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Puyallup - Gold Museum Calf / Forest Tweed

Sale price$625.00


Style is all about reinvention and the button boot is the perfect example of that notion. Being popularized in the late 1800’s and being worn throughout the Edwardian/Victorian eras, you once found that it was the common form of footwear for those of style, and of course, means.

The Puyallup is a newer addition to our button boot collection due to the brogueing and cap toe. This new colorway in Gold Museum / Forest Tweed is the perfect color palette for the upcoming season. Pair with fawn to navy trousers and a nice tweed sports jacket to complete the look.

Please note that button hooks are sold separately.


    Please note that leather is an organic material which will experience natural variations in color. We strive for consistency during production, and do our best to accurately represent each style’s color under natural light, but minor variations may nevertheless occur. If you would like to preview photos of the specific pair you would be receiving, please let us know via email at:

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    Joy Claypool
    Handsome Boots

    The leather is even more impressive in real life. Very rich cognac color with an impressive finish. The dappling is less noticeable and the color is deeper overall - I like that! Real classic.

    Caroline Whittaker

    I am really torn with these boots. On one hand they are so beautiful and comfortable to wear, on the other hand the buttons are horrendous to do up. It’s not the time it takes, it’s the fact that they are difficult

    Hello Caroline, sorry to hear that you are having trouble with the buttons. While the buttons can be done by hand, which is beyond tidious, they are supposed to be fastened with a button hook, which we do sell. We understand being frustrated with the process, but are a little disheartened by a 3 star review for a beautiful, well made product. I can tell you that they do get easier with time. Best of luck. -J.FitzPatrick Footwear

    Armando Herrera

    wonderful shoes

    Samuel Wooff
    A classic for all time

    There is almost nothing like this on the market and especially not at this price point. The first time I saw the Puyallup in photos I was polarised by its unique style, like something crafted by elves from Lord of the Rings it was too elegant and natural to be for the world of men.

    It all makes sense once you start pairing it with outfits, the green tweed and brown leather go with all the staples; blue, grey, beige, green... casual with jeans, smart with a suit, in between with a sweater. The height is perfect for both high or low break pants and the last elegant enough to flatter any ankles.

    Not only are these one of my most versatile pairs I get compliments almost every time I wear them. The only downsides are it'll take a week or two to start moulding to your foot and you might get a blister but long term comfort is amazing. You'll be a pro at doing the buttons in no time as well, I get in and out of them faster than anything except loafers.

    Justin pushes the envelope both in style and value for money as well as personally answering your questions on size, shipping, stock etc. A worthy addition to any wardrobe and a brand worth your while.

    Andrew Allred
    Elegant, beautiful, and conservatively eccentric

    This is a beautiful shoe aesthetically. The tweed paired with the leather is an excellent, noticeable but reserved pattern. The buttons add a sense of uniqueness that is rooted in Victorian charm. The stitching of the sole to the welt is very well done for this price range - superior and more tightly stitched than Allen Edmonds. No visible flaws in the construction. I love my Allen Edmonds Fifth Avenue dress boots in dark brown (now discontinued I believe), but this is now my most spectacular pair of shoes.

    Literally the first day I wore these shoes out (I was nervous - these shoes are somewhat "loud" for where I live in a mid-sized city in the Southeast), I got two great compliments from total strangers - one man, one woman.

    By way of comparison, I own 2 Allen Edmonds on the 65 last, 1 Allen Edmonds Randolph loafers (not sure which last), 1 Meermin loafers, 1 Churches oxfords (only bench grade, which seems to be fake leather), and a few other pairs of mediocre-good quality welted loafers. On an Allen Edmonds 65 last (Park Avenue, McAllister, Fifth Ave dress boot), I wear a 11.5D (although if there were something between a C and D, that would be me - I should probably push to 12 in C because the 65 last pinches my pinky toes in 11.5C in the McAllister). I purchased an 11.5 here on the NGT last. Wonderful fit. More snug than the Allen Edmonds D, but only just so. Perfect for me.

    When I called for sizing, the first words I heard were "Hello this is Justin". Really, really cool to have spoken with the founder of this Company (and received patient, perfect fitting advice) before purchasing his shoes. That was a nice, "small town" touch that will make me remember my purchase. Very well done Justin. I am checking out only with a pair of your brown Magnolia oxfords right now.

    If you are like me, you have now looked at these shoes 37 times and are still on the fence - "are they too much?" "$495 is a lot...". Just buy them. You won't regret it.


    PS: Wear with olive green wool slacks and a blue button down to work for the perfect look.

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