Update your closet today with KENZO. Shop all the latest designer boots in our selection. The brand’s commitment to expert craftsmanship endures, with each piece using materials such as leather. High-quality materials, functionality and considered details are cornerstones of KENZO's collection. If there's any brand who can make timeless, wear-forever boots, it's KENZO. Regular care and maintenance will help keep leather in its original condition for longer. Before cleaning, we advise regularly brushing away any surface dirt with a clean soft brush. Apply a leather protection cream before its first use, and wipe away any dust and spots with a soft cloth weekly. Avoid getting the leather wet, and away from prolonged exposure to sunlight and direct heat. Discover our huge selection of the brand’s ankle boots to find your perfect look.
The KENZO Boots Buying Guide
Launched in 1970 by KENZO Takada, Paris-based KENZO is renowned across the globe. Famous for its tiger and Eiffel Tower motifs, Kenzo's eclectic and youthful vision is seen throughout its collections. Now under the creative direction of Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, KENZO is arguably one of the most influential brands of this time. Built on a vibrant and free-spirited aesthetic, KENZO epitomizes urban-luxe. Offering shoes alongside its ready-to-wear range, boots feature as part of the mix. Whether you're looking for a wear-anywhere or heeled pair, you'll find something for every occasion. Expect to see closed-toe mules, buckled wedges, suede ankle silhouettes, cutout canvas flats and sandal boots.
Famous for its tiger and Eiffel Tower motifs, KENZO is arguably one of the most influential brands of this time. Built on a vibrant and free-spirited aesthetic, the brand epitomizes urban-luxe. Alongside its ready-to-wear line-up, boots feature as part of the mix. Crafted from leather, suede, shearling and an array of fabrics, if you're looking for a wear-anywhere or heeled pair, you'll find something for every occasion. Expect to see western-inspired boots, hiking silhouettes, vivid patterns, block-heels, and signature logo branding in this buying guide. Ahead, our KENZO women’s boots buying guide highlights the most popular styles to help you decipher the pair that’s best suited to you, find the right size, and tips to care for your boots.
The Most Wanted KENZO Boots
KENZO Ankle Boots
KENZO’s Ankle Boots are crafted from smooth, patent leather, suede and technical fabric, they’re shaped with an almond or round toe, set on flat, chunky, block or cuban heels. Look out for hiking silhouettes embroidered with striking graphics such as tiger motifs, dragons, and floral prints that give the appearance of a hand-painted design. Alongside sock-style boots presented in bold hues and set on sculptural curved heels. Whether you’re looking for zips, buckles or laces to fasten, this eclectic mix of ankle boots as something to suit to complement your daily ensembles.
KENZO Flat Boots
Kenzo flat boots are set on a chunky ridged sole or feature small block heels. Shaped with a round or almond toe, they’re constructed to ankle and knee-high silhouettes, accented with buckles, signature branding on the sides and secure with zips and laces. Presented in a variety of hues, including classic black, brown, beige, bright blue and white. Slip them on with the label’s modern separates for a fun and fashion-forward everyday look.
KENZO High Heel Ankle Boots
Set on chunky block heels, KENZO’s array of high heel ankle boots are not to be missed. Created from smooth and shiny leather, plus suede and featuring glitter uppers, bold patterns and intricate tapestry, these silhouettes are shaped with a round toe and secure with laces or zips on the sides. Pair them with jeans, dresses, skirts and tailoring to bring the brand’s spontaneous energy into your edits.
The KENZO Boots Sizing Guide
Not sure what size you are? KENZO boots fit true to size, so we’d recommend taking your usual one. KENZO women’s boots use European sizing, and you can use the below chart to see how this corresponds with the size for your region.
For example, if your usual size is a UK 5 or US 7, then we would recommend taking a EU 38. Often, retailers will include the size and fit measurements so ensure to check these to get an accurate view on how the product fits.
How To Care For Your KENZO Boots
To keep your KENZO boots looking their best for longer, we recommend the following care tips:
Before you wear your boots, make sure you spray them with a leather protector and conditioner which will help to repel stains.
It is always advised to keep your boots in the designated dust bag or box to keep them in optimum condition. When you’re not wearing them, store them on shoe trees to keep the shape and structure of the boot.
To clean, always use a soft brush or cloth dampened with water to remove amounts of dirt and water marks. When cleaning leather or rubber outsoles, it is best to use a washing liquid, then gently dry the boots using a towel.
When polishing your KENZO leather boots, apply polish with a soft bristle brush or cloth, apply it in circular motions for the best result.
It’s recommended that any KENZO boots that are made from fabric or feature embroidery should be taken to a specialist dry cleaner, it’s not advised to clean them yourself.
To ensure your KENZO boots stay in good condition, take them to your nearest cobblers when the heels wear down.
- Where are KENZO boots made?
KENZO boots are made from high-quality materials in Europe, most KENZO boots are crafted by local artisans in Italy or Spain in areas that are famed for its specialist shoe production.
- Where can I buy KENZO boots online?
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- How can I tell my KENZO boots are authentic?
You can tell your KENZO boots are authentic by inspecting the quality of the construction, if it is poor workmanship, then this is a good indication that the boots may not be genuine. Also, look out for the label’s logo, if the lettering appears off-centre this is a sign that the boots are fake.