U.K.-based brand Carréducker, known for its line of bespoke men’s footwear made by artisanal factories in England, last fall launched a line of more moderately priced ready-made styles.

Earlier this month, Carréducker London launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund its newest style: the Barkan, a chukka boot available in a color spread that includes purple and pink and the more practical black and brown.
According to the company’s co-founder James Ducker, its main bespoke collection averages about $4,300 a pair, while the new chukka style can now be had on Kickstarter for just $261. Delivery is slated for October, and boots can be shipped worldwide.

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