Combining high quality ECCO leather with a simple, timeless design, this casual BABETT BOOT proves form and function go hand in hand. Set on a hardwearing outsole with a rugged tread pattern, this warm-lined ankle boot is a stylish and practical option on wintry days. A lace-up front fastening is easy to adjust for a secure, customised fit.
Uppers are made from leather with an oil finish and tanned with HYDROMAX® Technology to repel water. ECCO leathers are meticulously crafted in our very own tanneries, where artisanal craftsmanship and relentless innovation are an integral part of the process. Born from a blank canvas of premium raw hides, ECCO leathers are designed, finished, and finessed into beautiful shoes and accessories that stand the test of time.
FLUIDFORM™ Injection Technology uses specialised, durable materials and anatomical engineering to create lightweight and flexible soles that cushion and absorb shock with every step. The upper is bonded seamlessly to the sole, without the need for glue or stitching. Inlay sole with ECCO Comfort Fibre System® provides extra cushioning and can be removed for extra room if needed.
Our Scandinavian roots inspire our philosophy: unique, minimalistic design, intuitive functionality, and the softest leathers that enhance the experience both now, and over time. We fuse innovative technology with old-world craftsmanship to create the exceptional quality, utility, and outstanding durability that are fundamental to ECCO.
Oil - Nubuck
At ECCO we are committed to make your online shopping experience as easy as possible. The best way to make sure that you order the right size is to measure your feet and then compare it with the size chart below to find the appropriate size. Please follow these 4 simple steps to accurately measure your feet:
All your need to measure your feet from heel to toe is a piece of paper, a pencil and a ruler.
Place the paper on the floor up against a wall. Place the heel against the wall.
Mark the longest part of your foot on the paper. Repeat procedure with the other foot.
Measure the length of each mark and match it with the size chart.
Let the longest foot decide the shoe size.