AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Inca Boot Company launched the Fall 2011 Collection today with eight new boot styles and four styles of bags all handmade in Peru and featuring a modern twist on the traditional Inca textiles.
Working collaboratively with their team of talented Peruvian craftspeople, Inca Boot Company has combined traditional Inca textiles with modern-day designs.
"With our Fall 2011 Collection we have created beautiful boots with design features and color choices that have never been seen before," said Inca Boot Company founder, Evan Streusand. "Women tell us that when they wear a pair of our Inca boots, people take notice and this season there are even more head-turning designs," he said.
With names like Electra Zora, Pocahontas Superhero and Emma Origami, Inca boots showcase the feminine yet daring quality of women who are always willing to tackle both adventure and style. Women are wearing them with jeans, leggings, skirts, dresses and even shorts! Each Inca boot is sure to make a statement while offering unmatched comfort and style.
Offered in heights of mid-calf, knee and over the knee, Inca boots' exterior are made with suede and feature hand-woven traditional Inca textiles in untraditional colors like magenta, moss green and orange. All Inca boots include an interior of super soft, smooth lambskin lining.
Now through October 14th, every 100th customer to order a pair of Inca boots will receive a second pair for free!
About Inca Boot Company:
Founded by Austin, Texas-based entrepreneur, Evan Streusand, Inca Boot Company provides women with boots sure to make a statement, all while offering unmatched comfort and style. Since the first collection in 2010, Inca Boot Company has expanded in breadth with the introduction of purses as well as new boot styles. Inca boots and bags are sold online as well as in select boutiques in California, Colorado, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas and Utah. Offering free shipping and returns, Inca boots range in price from $160 to $235, while handbags range from $55 to $150. Visit www.IncaBoots.com to start shopping today.
SOURCE Inca Boot Company