Leather and suede combine to create the Mojave Desert boot, a tough little number from J Shoes. A classic chukka with a suede trim running up the heel of the boot, and a natural crepe sole, the Mojave features doubled laces and a cushioned insole for support and comfort. You can find the Mojave online now.
Beatrix Ong Desert Boots are a nice simple summer design to choose. These come in different colourful suedes to extend your colours even more for the summer. Traditionally a women’s footwear brand that specializes in heels, the Men’s collection just started in the Spring / Summer of 2010. The desert boots come in vibrant suede colours of yellow, purple, and brown. All with black leather laces and ecru stitching in the upper, coupled with a white sole and rounded toe, this boot is designed for summer. A pair of shorts, a plain white tee and no socks with these desert boots and you’re trendy for the metropolitan streets. Available exclusively at Farfetch.com for £167.00 (approximately $250 US).
The desert boot is a great shoe all year round and a staple in every man’s shoe closet. Velskoen Desert Boots are handmade in Swakopmund, Namibia. This brand has their inspirations and roots back in the 1600’s when members of the Dutch East India company, seen on tribe member’s. Available exclusively at Hickoree’s in brown, black, and red for $125 a pair.
Yves Saint Laurent gets in on one of the hottest trends this summer, releasing these new suede desert boots. Featuring a high top design, and soft suede uppers, they’ll add a layer of class to your look, but are comfortable and stylish enough to rock with a pair of jeans and a plain t-shirt. Available in both black and cream from Matches.
Clarks and Hanon team up for this unlikely pair of desert boots. While the cut and shape of the uppers are pretty conventional, the streetwear savvy boys at Hannon have given these boots a neon-blue liner and laces, to offset a luxurious patterned uppers. A great combination of street style, and runway savvy.
From Kris Van Assche comes these Desert High Boots for Spring/Summer 2010, giving the classic desert boot a splash of warm vibrant summer love. With gorgeous grey suede uppers, and a fresh lemon yellow outsole, these are a great subtle way to bring warmth to your summer look. Find them online today at MINDTRIVE.
The desert boot is a popular choice this year, but then, nautical stuff like deck shoes are hot too. Which should you pick? These Desert boots in navy blue by SeaVees give you the best of both worlds in a simple, no-fuss package. The silhouette is a classic desert shoe, but its deep, rich blue canvas upper, white contrast sole, and stitching around the toe suggesting a moc-toe, give it its nautical edge. Available now from Context.
A Bathing Ape has collaborated with Regal on a desert boot. Available in the three colorways pictured, this boot features beautifully minimal styling and fine detailed like a gold embossed ‘collaboration’ logo on the heel. Look to purchase these boots at Cliff Edge.
London’s You Must Create has grown significantly over the past few years to become a prominent designer name on the other side of the Atlantic. With this recent collection we get a look in to its YMC Suede Monk Strap Desert Boots. As if the name is not self explanatory enough, the shoe consists of an interesting rendition of the, all of the sudden, popular desert boot. Some technical changes include the strap feature that runs across the mid of the boot. These are also made entirely of routine tan suede upper.
Clarks has dropped a new plaid variant on their classic desert boot. The uppers are solid leather coated with beeswax for extra wet weather durability, resting on a classic light tan Clarks sole. The perfect piece for spring, when you’re never sure if you’re going to be seeing April showers or May flowers. Available now in Japan, grab your own from Gettry.