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Meba Suede Bootie - Black
$205 $70 (65% off)
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$157 $100 (35% off)
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Sarl Womens Purple Leather Boots
$157 $113 (25% off)
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Bola Womens Black Leather Boots
$170 $117 (30% off)
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$240 $144 (40% off)
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The Fly London Boots Buying Guide

Fly London is a contemporary footwear brand which focuses on leather shoes, made in Portugal. With the majority of styles made by hand, the casual footwear brand offers a variety of styles from boots to sneakers and sandals, in a range of designs and colors. Transcending trends, the Fly London ethos of 'always progressive, never conventional,' has lead the brand to reinvent itself season after season while maintaining a signature style of easy-to-wear leather footwear. From wear-with-anything wedge booties to sleek knee-high boots, there's a collection of styles and colors to choose from with Fly London's line of boots, which will be a go-to for year-round style.

Recognized for its humble designs and craftsmanship, Fly London remains one of the top footwear names in the game. The label’s 'always progressive never conventional’ ethos ensures fresh styles each season, highlighting wearability and innovation. Portuguese in outlook and location headquarters the easy-going attitude is embedded into all the Fly London footwear designs. Ahead, take a look at our Fly London women’s boots buying guide, which will help you find the right size, style and the best way to care for your shoes. 

The Most Wanted Fly London Boots

  • Fly London Salv Boots

    The Salv boot is Fly London’s interpretation of the classic Chelsea boot — but with an extra dose of comfort and elevated heel. Supple leather forms the streamlined upper before meeting the exaggerated rubber cleated sole, a promising feature for keeping your comfortable throughout urban treks. Finishing the style is the label’s fly motif embossed at the heel. 

  • Fly London Baco Boots

    Some boots just seem to exude a devil-may-care attitude, and it looks like the Fly London Baco boots are definitely one of them. A part of the label’s Brooklyn line, the boot sits atop a statement rubber sole foundation. The boot offers pointed side gussets, exposed stitching and a side zip closure. Look for the Baco for a contemporary take on a combat boot and Chelsea hybrid. 

  • Fly London Reko Boots

    Fly London knows the power of a well-crafted calf boot. The Reko boot offers a rounded toe style that sits alongside the asymmetrical top-line, exposed stitching design and ultra-functional rubber sole. The cold weather-friendly foot style is completed with a side zip closure for easy on, easy off. 

The Fly London Boots Sizing Guide

Fly London boots use European sizing. If you’re unsure of what your European size is, refer to the chart below to find your corresponding size.

For example, if you normally wear a US size 7.5, you should buy your Fly London boots in a European size 38.

If you’d like to measure your foot, we recommend taking a ruler and lining it up beside your foot, the measurement should run from your heel to your longest toe. Then, find the corresponding size to your centimeter measurement below. 


How To Care For Your Fly London Boots

All Fly London boots are crafted from either premium leather or supple suede. Some leather and suede constructions may be offered in different finishes which will be clearly stated on their particular product page. See below for our advice on how to care for your Fly London boots.

Leather: Apply a protective leather cream or wax to the surface of your boots before wear. This will help protect the leather from marks or water damage. If you do notice marks on your boots, apply a leather cleaning product to your footwear with a soft cloth. Do not wear the boots until the product has completely dried.

Suede: Fly London’s Oil Suede material is pre-treated with a finishing oil for protection against marks. If you’d like to add your own protective barrier, we recommend a suede spray. Simply apply the product according to the manufacturer’s instructions and leave to dry.

Using shoe trees or inserts for long-term storage can also be a key way to ensure your boots stand the test of time. These tools prevent your boots from losing their shape when not in use. 

What materials are used to make Fly London boots?

Fly London uses three different types of leather and one type of suede in its women’s boot styles. Rug leather is the label’s heavy-gauge waxed leather, Mousse is a soft grain leather and the Fly London patent leather is referred to as Damani. Oil Suede is a suede that has been treated with a special finishing oil.

Where are Fly London boots made?

Fly London works with a range of supplies across the world. The label stays true to its roots by producing as many of its styles at its Portuguese factories, with a number of closely monitored factories in Asia also being used to support its production line where needed. The location of where your Fly London boots are made will be stated inside the boots themselves. 

Is Fly London a British brand or a Portuguese brand?

Launched in 1994, Fly London is a Portuguese brand that was originally launched in London before moving back to Portugal. Fly London now has shops in England, Ireland, Scotland, Portugal and the United States. The label’s Portuguese roots continue to be evident through both its designs and ethos of its boots.