Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Vintage Boots - 1958

I'll take one of each please! Boots and booties from 1958.

Clockwise starting at top:
- Zebra stripes on black brushed leather stadium boot with Borg nylon pile lining, back zipper by Kickerinos. Sold in 1958 for $12 (about $89 in today's dollar).
- Red corduroy buckle boot lined in deep pile fleece by Keds. Sold in 1958 for $8 (about $59 in today's dollar).
- Red calf with ponyskin collar and rippled rubber sole stadium boot by Moxees. Sold in 1958 for $15 (about $111 in today's dollar).
- Red suede chukka boot with leather cuff and black lacing by Penobscot Trampeze. Sold in 1958 for $9 (about $66 in today's dollar).
In center - Russet buckskin with leopard stencilled calf hair cuff, lined in acrilan by Lissak. Sold in 1958 for $16 (about $118 in today's dollar).

Clockwise starting at top left:
- Beige buckskin chukka boot with crepe sole by Golo. Sold in 1958 for $12 (about $74 in today's dollar).
- Russet red leather rodeo boot with pile lining and ribbed crepe sole by Huskies. Sold in 1958 for $12 (about $89 in today's dollar).
- Bright red pigsuede bootie with black elastic for a smooth-hugging fit by California Cobblers. Sold in 1958 for $11 (about $81 in today's dollar).
- Grey leather and suede stadium boot with faux fur cuff and fleece lining by Connie. Sold in 1958 for $10 (about $74 in today's dollar).

Aren't they great? Which is your favorite?

3 comments:

puddin said...

I'll take the ponyskin trimmed one--- it will match the vintage Jackie type hat I have!

Tom Tuttle from Tacoma said...

they are great. i seem to be attracted to the bright red ones but i think the tan pair in the bottom picture would be more me.

Belle de Ville said...

Those prices are incredible.

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