We supply hand-picked lifestyle items & leather boots across South Africa
is your local supplier of uniquely South African fashion and lifestyle items. Our focus is on sourcing authentic, handcrafted products from all over our beautiful country and supplying them to the people of South Africa.
We have partnered with some magnificent home-grown talents who spend their days crafting timeless African designs made from local materials and textiles. When it comes to finding leather boots in South Africa, clients can rest assured that our footwear is not only stylish, but also made to last – no matter the weather conditions.
Our journey started in 1989 on the West Coast (Club Mykonos), where we traded with the same knitwear that we sell today. After many years of trading as Mint at various weekend markets in Stellenbosch and Cape Town, and at festivals, from Aardklop to Innibos, we expanded our operation to the UK (www.peaceofafrika.co.uk).
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Our product range includes everything from leather shoes and sandals, one of a kind “vellies,” traditional cotton knits, leather boots, original leather bags and satchels. We have taken great care in choosing these products to represent the quality that has come to be associated with our brand, and to provide our clients with a product that represents our vibrant South African culture.
Our aim is to distribute our Freestyle range of amazing products to everyone, to add that South African touch to their home or wardrobe. We also export our products internationally and have a large following in the United Kingdom, where our leather and winter boots are especially handy against the cold.
If you are interested in purchasing some of the best quality, fashionable leather boots in South Africa, be sure to visit our online store today to start browsing through our unique selection – including wool-lined winter boots, lace-up boots, and more. Alternatively, if you would prefer trying on our boots, visit us at our Peace of Afrika stalls at local weekend markets across the Western Cape, or annual festivals across South Africa.