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The John Varvatos Boots Buying Guide

Inspired by the glamour of old-world, American rock n' roll, John Varvatos struck out on his own in 2000 with his eponymous label. A trainee under Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein, Varvatos is skilled in impeccable tailoring and classic American design. Sophisticated and seductive, his cool pieces speak of a well-groomed, masculine style from days gone by. Re-boot your shoe style this season with John Varvatos boots. Relaxed, yet structured, these fantastic footwear pieces are excellent smart-casual solutions.

If you mention the name John Varvatos, a strong rock and roll aesthetic is likely to come to mind. The American designer specializes in leather jackets, vintage-inspired t-shirts, premium fragrances and footwear that’s full of character. The menswear label classic shapes and utilitarian approaches for the foundation of much of its men’s boots styles, adding modern details that take them firmly into the modern territory. The John Varvatos boot collection is extensive — which is why we’ve created our buying guide to help you select the right size, style and how to care for your shoes properly.

The Most Wanted John Varvatos Boots

  • John Varvatos Portland Monkey Boots

    John Varvatos looks to the classic monkey boot for the influence behind one of its latest styles, the Portland. The round toe style offers a padded collar and lace-up fastening that brings out the label’s affinity for a rugged aesthetic. The burnished roughout suede construction cements the vintage-inspired appeal.

  • John Varvatos Eldirdge Boots

    John Varvatos Eldirge Boots marry the top-tier quality and raw tone that the label is known for. Sitting atop the textured leather body, a harness feature adorns the ankle before meeting the side zip closure. The distressed forefoot offers a worn-in feel which is ideal for pairing with faded jeans and a burnt-out cotton t-shirt.

  • John Varvatos NYC Back Zip Boots

    Proving its talent for creating styles with a wide range of aesthetics, John Varvatos NYC boots eliminate a sleek tone through their smooth leather construction and streamlined design. The ultra-versatile boot is simple in shape with an almond toe and side zip fastening. Tonal stitching completes the look. 

The John Varvatos Boots Sizing Guide

The John Varvatos boot range is offered in US sizing. The below chart will help you determine what size you should wear in John Varvatos men’s boots. For example, if you usually wear a size 43 in European sizing, you should select a size 9 in the brand’s boots.

USEU
741
7.541.5
842
8.542.5
943
9.543.5
1044
10.544.5
1145
11.545.5
1246
12.546.5
1347

How To Care For Your John Varvatos Boots

Follow the below tips on caring for your John Varvatos boots to ensure they last as long as possible and look their best.

Use a shoe horn whenever putting on or taking off your John Varvatos boots. Ensuring your lace-up boots are undone and loosened as much as possible will help prevent unnecessary signs of wear or stretching of the materials.

Shoe trees will prevent wrinkles and assists in the footwear maintaining their shape for long periods of time. Wood shoe trees are recommended

With a clean flannel shoe cloth, wipe down your footwear after each use to prevent dust or dirt build-up from forming.

John Varvatos encourage the use of shoe bags to keep your boots fresh for each wear.

Avoid wearing your John Varvatos boots in rain and snow as moisture may discolor the boots and encourage deterioration. Do not store in direct sunlight as this may cause the color to fade.

For cleaning advice, John Varvatos recommends consulting a professional cobbler.  

FAQ

What materials are used to make John Varvatos boots?

Supple suede and leather, both grain and smooth, are used to construct John Varvatos boots. The American label often uses various techniques on its footwear including distressing and waxed finishes. For more information on the composition of John Varvatos boots, see the product information page.

How do I know if John Varvatos boots are authentic?

John Varvatos boots are known for being intricate designs with unique features that are not easy to replicate. Though it is rare that you may find counterfeit John Varvatos on the market, we recommend closely examining the footwear before purchase. If you spot signs of poor quality, the product could be counterfeit. By purchasing directly through John Varvatos or an authorized retailer, you are able to guarantee that your footwear is authentic.

What is the inspiration behind John Varvatos boots?

Often referred to as a ‘fashion rock star’, John Varvatos is heavily influenced by rock and roll aesthetics. Worn-in styles, scuffed up materials and vintage cuts are present in much of John Varvatos’ designs. Music icons such as Ringo Starr, Alice Cooper and Iggy Pop have all worked with John Varvatos on campaigns for the label.