Sometimes there’s no beating the classics, and Mr. Hare gives us one hell of a classic, with these Miller Oxfords. A classic, perfect design is left well enough alone, with Mr. Hare opting to leave the cap-toe oxford shape unchanged, merely choosing to add a scotchgrain finish to the uppers for a bit of character. Polish when needed, and brush daily for best results. Available from gravitypope.
Opening Ceremony has released the M10 Mod boot, a crepe-soled boot with a rich pony hair upper. The classic Chelsea boot shape is given a whole new life with wild pony hair used as the uppers, giving these boots a more flash appearance that would look amazing peeking out from under a slim cut black jet black suit. Available at Opening Ceremony now.
If you’re the kind of person who likes to live a bit rougher, you’re going to need a boot to match – Objects in Mirror makes a cap-toed lace-up ankle boot just for you. It’s not a hiking boot, make no mistake, but it’s definitely for the kind of man who appreciates a good walk just as much as he appreciates a good scotch. With suede uppers and a high lacing system to give you support, it’s a great addition to your fall wardrobe. Available at gravitypope.
The Generic Surplus 2010 fall / winter footwear collection features a familiar minimalistic aesthetic. As winter gets closer Generic Surplus keeps it simple with solid tonal colourways and heavier silhouettes. Narrowing in on choice textiles including wool, canvas, suede, and textured leather, this collection can easily be incorporated to your look this season.
Quoddy has produced a rich camp moc for Kitsune’s fall / winter 2010 collection, called the Maliseet. The dark brown leather is better suited for the cold weather, while the complex stitching of the moc toe shows off the craftsmanship and time that has gone into each shoe. A great choice for the nature boy this fall, the Maliseet is available at endclothing.
The brogue has come back hard this season, and its close cousin the wingtip is also riding back in, and this Peter Werth Hardwick wingtip derby is a great example of why. The rich brown leather and close stitching shows the real quality that goes into each shoe, while the leather is polished to produce a clean, deep brown that gives off that ineffable air of luxury. Available at ASOS now.
visvim stays on point releasing these Paine Moc-Folk loafers that we can’t wait to get a hold of in person. A rich brown tasseled loafer with a moccasin toe and boat shoe like detailing around the heel, the Paine Moc-Folk also features a rubberized sole to give your feet plenty of support as you walk. Available at visvim stockists worldwide now.
From Fly London comes a beautiful pair of brown notch nail chukkas, in rich brown leather. The chukka shape is perfect for the fall season, and these rich browns are a perfect match for a dark pair of pants, like a grey field pant, or pair of dark wash jeans. Available online.
If you’re still stressing about what to do for the fall, consider these Sussex Link loafers from Sebago, a relaxed option for the gentleman this fall. A classic man’s loafer is enclosed at the top with a link style design, giving these shoes a touch of gentility. Available online in brown and black leather.
If you’re looking for a boot more classic than your regular Dr. Martens lace-ups, the iconic brand has teamed with WTAPS to create this new boot for the fall / winter 2010 season. The Martens yellow lacing is dropped in favor of jet black laces, and the same is done with the stitching. The result is a more refined, more timeless version of the same old Doc. Release is planned for late October.