DC Shoes has released a new sneaker in collaboration with NVRBRKN representing an athletes strength and fortitude. The ‘Boost Unrest’ shoe has a bold new look featuring a camouflage and orange design. Comes with the elite DC developed UNILITE sole technology, making this footwear light and comfortable. Look for the iconic Seven pointed NVRBRKN star logo on the tongue.
Buttero and Por Vacacao have collaborated for the first time on a timeless looking shoe. These Italian handmade Derby Shoes feature finely selected vegetable tanned horse leathers. Come in three different colourways, traupe, dark brown and black with the last two including a dashing greased finish on the suede uppers. A pure testament in quality with sewn leather outsoles and insoles.
An exclusive release that are only available through Por Vocacao.
Band of Outsiders has put a new shoe on display this Fall. The LA based brand presents a new pair of oxfords, made from quality calf leather. Crafted in Italy, available in deep navy blue and smooth black colourways. It’s modest look with subtle details adorn the toecap and a thick, rich double leather sole compliment the entire shoe.
Paul Kaufman has recently been showing off a variety of shoes on Loden Dager’s Runway. The Black Caisson, Tan Cassion and Black Atlas were a couple of these iconic foot pieces. Built using a full-grain leather upper, good year-welted construction with a double leather, recycled LightTread(TM) tire outsole.
Aspiring to be as environmentally friendly as possible with shoes that are stylish and will last a lifetime.
A piece of footwear easily confused for a work of art, we love whatLeffot shoes has been up to recently. Working with Alfred Sargent, Leffot will be unveiling their latest creation, called “The Milton” at their trunk show, September 22.
The Milton is a fine example of the kind of old-world technique & quality craftsmanship the brand is known for. Just like a work of art, you might simply want to buy pair just to appreciate their beauty and design.
As their resurrection continues, Dr. Martens is pushing the boundries of their, “sensible footwear” ethics and are dropping some pretty forward kicks this year. Case in point, the Fish Scale Brogue from the newly unveiled, “Made In England collection for 2012.”
Building upon a well known model, DM goes the distance, by mixing leather with fish skin to produce this punky, yet luxurious silhouette. In several colours and with a healthy dose of the classic Dr. Martens sole stitching, these updated brogues have “new Teddy” written all over them. Drape coat and switchblade sold separately. Watch for them closer to the new year.
Dr. Martens is working on a new “Made in England” collection for Spring 2012, incorporating the look of fish scales on the upper of an otherwise classic oxford. An interesting texture combined with classic components makes for a winning combination.
Red Wing Shoes Amsterdam has just announced it will soon open an online Red Wing Shoes Store this September. The store is going to stock a unique, broad range of Red Wing Heritage shoes, as well as a truly one of a kind range of accessories. Some of the brands on offer include Double RL, American Optical, Duluth Pack, Heritage Leather Company, Royal Republiq, Tanner Goods, The Hill-Side and Nigel Cabourn.
Another collaboration has been born from collaborators Alden and New York-based footwear store Leffot called the Ravello Plain Toe Blucher shoe. The shoe is simple elegance at its best, crafted from Horween shell Cordovan, the Blucher uses antique edge trimmed heels, Barrie lasts and a slim commando sole. Available soon through Leffot.
Some things just sound good together like Lyle & Scott and “canvas boat shoes.” More than just good to our ears, these fetching little canvas numbers, are a nice end of summer treat for the discriminating casual.
Coming from the legendary Scottish golf brand, these white boat shoes have raw leather laces, metallic brass eyelets and a structured canvas upper. Completed with a striking off white sole and the L&S golden eagle, we think we need these… pronto. Coggles has them.