Clarks, the iconic English brand, has reissued their stylish Lugger in the U.S., selling them exclusively at David. Z flagship stores as well as davidz.com. The production of these shoes is limited to thirty-six pairs per color, a fact that is sure to make them highly exclusive. Available in black and brown suede, they retail for $90.
Spring is right around the corner and victim wants you to check out its Spring/Summer 2010 Leather work boot. Available in both brown and black colorways with metal eyelets, hiking laces, and a slim silhouette, this is a great option for those of you that are ready to get out of the snow (or want to prepare for Fall 2010).
Another European name that’s kinda out there right now is Folk , with the release of their Shofolk Finlay Suede & Leather Shoes collection. The shoe is another dress show done in a smooth dark brown leather, very simplistic, and a light brown out-sole.
uniform experiment teams up with Dr. Martens, the legendary boot company, to create these brilliant wing-tip inspired boots. The perforated wing-tip pattern adds a new dimension to these punk rock icons, and gives them a whole new character, while the irregular eyelet pattern ensures irregular lacing and won’t soon let you forget where these shoes came from. No word yet on release information, but as this is a collaboration with a Japanese company, finding these shoes outside of the island will be difficult at best.
These leather sandals were spotted by 00o00 at COS’s flagship store on Regent Street in London. Quality materials, sleek leather soles, and great construction make these a must check.
AG’s co-oped version of Nike’s Air Raid shoe into an urban-style boot that’s suited for Basketball or hitting the streets in your industrial jeans. The colorways of brown suede, stone suede, and black leather could give you an option for just about everyday of the week and every occasion. Rain, wind, or shine you could wear these boots just about anywhere and turn heads with their progressive look!
Deluxe of Japan has teamed up with Vans to create this ultra-premium Chukka for the Vans Vault Collection. Crafted with every attention to detail these Chukkas feature a full-grain leather upper with a suede toe and heel cap in two great navy tones contrasted with a tan leather stripe on the heel. But what really sets these beautiful blue suede shoes apart are the blue and white soles guaranteed to cool the concrete and make necks snap all day and night.
Get over to Deluxe to pick up a pair and add a little bit of sophistication to your Vans collection.
A shot of the heel after the jump.
You know you love a wallaby boot, but if you’re like me you’re sick of everyone in town having the same pair of Clarks you do. Coming out of Japan is CAUSE which gives you a chance to differentiate yourself with this modern take on the classic featuring a side zip for easy entry and an extra leather layer on the inside that you always wished you had. Don’t throw out your crepe soles just yet though because for now these are only available in Japan or on FLAUGE at ZOZOTOWN.
More photos after the jump.
In recent years WTAPS has seen some shift in the design focus of their shoes, from the heavy duty military and outdoor boot models they first started with to their well received and continued VANS collaboration. However, they return to their roots with the WTAPS 2009 Fall/Winter Beetle Leather Boots. Manufactured in the United States, they are made out of Chromexcel leather and come in black and dark brown and are made specifically with close attention to performance ability.
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!
More Photos after the jump.