Vivienne Premium Soft Milled Leather Boot

Full-grain soft-milled Bundu leather available in black and oxblood with hand-laced thong detail. 100% wool-lined. A genuine YKK zip is fitted on the inside leg for easy wearing.

Made on the Lola 2 inch PU sole’.

Handmade in Cape Town, South Africa.

Bundu Oxblood
Bundu Black

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Anna-Marie De Wet
Excellent workmanship

The Vivienne boot is extremely sturdy and quite chunky, so wearing it without toppling over will take some getting used to. I'm convinced it was the right choice for the Scandinavian winter... Hard to imagine with summer starting in SA!


I love my boots, especially because it is homemade and at a satisfactory price. I just know that it will last for years to come. The only unfortunate thing is that I bought it in Spring so I will have to wait until next year to wear it :( . Otherwise, great customer service and I received my order earlier than expected.

Paul Valentine
Vivienne boots

I have always loved this boot this is probably the third pair I have bought. This was the first time I ordered through the website and I had to wait an extra 6 weeks for my purchase. I have had the shoes for two months and the left boot is already coming apart. I am very disappointed and would like freestyle to consider fixing or replacing the shoe. I will send an email with a picture of the boot and hopefully something can be done.

Best boots ever!

Comfortable & really good quality.
Take 1 size larger than what you normally wear. I’m a 6 and ordered a 7. Perfect fit.

Liezl B.
Vivienne Premium Soft Milled Leather Boot

Beautifully crafted leather boots; quality seems top notch, but I've only worn them once, so maybe too soon to provide accurate findings. The only negative would be the sizing of the boot - slightly smaller fit, despite me providing my exact feet measurements upfront, because I was worried about the sizing on the website.
I waited quite long(month to be exact), but I ordered 3 pairs of different styled boots, so that(& loadshedding) needs to be taken into account of course.