WESCO has crafted a series of boots for Japanese retailer Chrome Hearts. Featuring a high suede boot, Timberland-style stomper, and Wellington-esque rain boots, all three boots are made with WESCO’s eye for quality and strong construction, and with Chrome Hearts detailing on the lacing and buckles. Available exclusively through Chrome Hearts.
Two of the first names in British menswear, Present, and Tricker’s come together to produce this gorgeous set of two-tone boots. Bold, simple, and masculine, yet laced with subtlety and class, these are the perfect shoes for the latter half of this year. The boldness of the men’s boot silhouette is offset by the classic broguing, giving these boots an air of class. Available at Present in London now.
Paul Smith Sand Suede Moccasin Boots, available now, are a cool change from the moccasin styles we have been seeing. These suede boots feature a colorful pull-on tab as well as two red tabs for lacing that just make the shoe pop. They also look fabulous on your feet.
Massachusetts’s Alden took the liberty to produce a pair of its popular Indy boots for the J. Crew brand. The new design doesn’t stray to far from the original, with a change in color being one of the stand out differences, there is also an added feature, a leather loop on the tongue.
Bread & Butter has been doing a large amount of collaborations/partnerships with clothing and footwear companies lately; and this one with Volta is the newest one. Volta premiered their low top version of this boot at Bread & Butter when Volta first came out; and in my opinion, these boots are much nicer. Full of suedes and premium leathers, the boots come in colors of browns, beiges, blues, and grays, and the boot has a thick ribbed ankle. Enjoy.
Timberland’s new Fall 2010 collection is a fresh twist on Timberland’s initiative. We’re all used the the traditional 6 inch with the padded ankle with the thick sole; but this new Fall collection brings us some new editions. First is the Counterpane Chukka Boat Shoe with a unique toe, next is the Tackhead Surveyor Cap Toe with a very thick inner. Lastly, we find ourselves looking at a beautiful pair of 6 inch Colrain Reissue’s. For the Counterpane’s and Tackhead’s, you’re looking at $325, and for the Colrain’s’ they will retail at $400. Make sure you buy yours at Nordstrom’s, Barney’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Kitson, Fred Segal, American Rag, and Bloomingdale’s.
Coming to you for the third collaboration in as many years, Ronnie Fieg of David Z reworks Red Wings 6″ 875 and the 8″ 877. The trio release tomorrow, Thursday October 15th at 10am and will be available at DavidZ.com and their SoHo flagship. Only 120 pairs of each will be released so check your piggy banks now and set your alarms for tomorrow. The 8″ will run you $290 and the 6″ only $250 AND they all come with TWO leather lace options, I mean… how could anyone resist!
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