HELM Boots Hollis Teak
Hollis Teak Features

Hollis Teak

5.0 out of 5 Stars based on 48 reviews.
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Even though I own several Helm Boots, the Hollis Teak is by far my favorite boot. -Ronald M.

The ruggedness of the Marion meets the refinement of the Zind, the Hollis is a boot perfect to complement any wardrobe. Made of supple full-grain Balthazar leather, it’s a work-boot style and dress boot combined to create a class of its own. The Mini-Lug sole offers traction and stability while still keeping a slimmer profile. The 415 last gives it a more narrow form while the double and triple stitch throughout make it a style versatile enough to accompany all of your outfits.

Hollis Teak Features
  • Construction
    • Blake Rapid Stitch welt construction
  • Shell
    • Full grain Balthazar leather in Teak
  • Liner
    • Fully lined with natural leather
  • Midsole
    • HELM signature white midsole
  • Sole
    • Rubber Mini-Lug sole for added traction and durability through all seasons
  • Eyelets
    • Antique Nickel eyelets
  • Laces
    • 2 pairs of 55 in Tan round cotton laces
  • Last
    • 415 lasted
  • Shaft
    • 6 3/4 in.
  • Weight
    • 2 lbs.
  • Features
    • Fits true to size. If you are in between sizes, we suggest sizing down.
    • Fully Resoleable
    • Seasonally updated sock liner quote 
    • Reinforced pull tab
    • Handcrafted in Brazil

What's In A Name

The Hollis is named after our Founder's nephew. Hollis is energetic and always on the move; he's fun to be around, and his energy is infectious, and we felt this namesake matched the spirit of this versatile boot that allows you to always be on the move.

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4.9 Based on 37 Reviews
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SM
02/25/2021
SCOTT M.
United States United States
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returned

nice boots but had send them back. the day they were delivered my wife was informed her job was eliminated. waiting on refund sorry

KM
02/15/2021
Kenneth M.
Canada Canada
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Great boots!

Received them today and walked most of the afternoon in them. Can not say a bad thing about them, absolutely love them! I’m a size U.S 8.5 but found they fit a tad large so I went down to an 8 and it was a perfect fit.

CJ
01/18/2021
Chris J.
United States United States
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Extreme Quality for the price

love the look and fit. Can’t wait for the natural patina

CM
01/17/2021
Colin M.
United States United States
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Elegant Enough For A Suit, But Casual Enough To Dress Down

This was my first ever helm boot and I was extremely impressed with the build quality and feel of the boot. It’s sewn (not glued) using excellent leathers and feels about as high-end as it gets, but without the markup of some of the bigger brands. It’s extremely versatile in what fashions pair with it, and has become my go-to for date nights and strolling the town. Helm, you’ve won a convert of me and I will be building my wardrobe with more of your meticulously crafted footwear.

GE
01/03/2021
Gino E.
United States United States
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Beautiful boots. Good Customer Service. Subpar Quality Control

This is my 5th attempt at trying to own and subsequently keep a pair of Helm Hollis Teak boots. To keep it short, The first pair was too small despite the fit guidance on the website. Exchanged them for a 1/2 size larger only to have them show up with each boot being a different shade of brown. Returned them and decided it wasn't meant to be. Fast forward 1 year and I decided to buy both an 11.5 and a 12 and send back whichever didn't fit. This time the 12s were too big and the 11.5 fit perfectly (both feet). The issue though, was that the left boot had the tongue sown in crookedly which dug into the front of my leg. I returned the 12s and exchanged the 11.5s for a non defective pair. After close to 20 days with no boots, the new pair arrived. This time, the pair I am currently debating whether to send back or not, have a substantial imperfection in the leather on the right foot AND it is significantly more snug than the left. I want so badly to keep these boots, but just having the right foot on while sitting in my house if pretty uncomfortable. I wish the QC process was more controlled and consistent. Once that gets sorted, Helm boots could be the frontrunner for craft boot manufacturers out there.

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