Can’t bear to give up your high tops when there’s snow and ice on the ground? This urbane suede offering from Forsake offers a lightweight, athletic fit with seam sealed waterproof construction, so you don’t have to wear your heavy, stanky boots. You’re welcome.
Danner teamed up with fellow outdoor gear maker Filson to make an even tougher version of its Grouse hunting boot. The shoe’s upper is made of leather and Filson’s oil-coated canvas, with Gore-Tex lining to ensure maximum waterproofing and abrasion-resistance.
Nike celebrates the Air Force 1’s 35th anniversary with a continuation of the silhouette’s Special Field Boot mashup. The casual military shoe takes an even more street wear turn, with a high cut profile and laces that can be arranged in a variety of ways.
As they say on Game of Thrones, “winter is coming.” Always be prepared for the cold with The Hill-Side’s handmade boots, based on the design of a 1950’s US Air Force survival kit mocc boot. Made from warm wool felt, with a rubber outsole, and a versatile rope lace system.
Boots are almost certainly the most useful footwear. They protect your feet and ankles from dirt, mud, and water, and can provide the traction and support you need for varied terrain. If you’re looking for boots you can wear on a daily basis, check out Everyday Carry’s picks.
A versatile boot that goes from everyday shoe to rugged hiker. It’s made from waxed full-grain, waterproofed leather, waxed cotton canvas, and has a durable 100% rubber vulcanized lug outsole. Available in auburn/red, black/grey, black/burgundy, and brown/olive colorways.
Under Armour’s new hiking boots are handsome enough to wear on level ground. But they’re not all bark. They’ve got a lightweight textile upper with a Gore-Tex membrane, a foam overlay for a snug fit, a foam insole, dual density EVA midsole, and a Michelin outsole.
Ethical shoemaker Po-Zu will be releasing a line of officially licensed replicas of Star Wars character footwear. And at least one pair of feet. Dropping 8/2017, the first batch consists of Rey’s boots, Finn’s boots, Poe Dameron’s boots, Resistance sneakers and Wookiee feet.
Not only does it have possibly the longest name for a shoe, the Tallac Flyknit promises to be as durable as conventional boots yet is as light and comfortable as Nike’s casual running shoes, thanks to its TPU-injected Flyknit upper and Phylon foam midsole.
Nike preps the Air Force 1 for winter by mixing it with the Special Field Boot. The SF AF-1 has a leather and ripstop nylon upper, detachable ankle straps and a long tongue with a hidden pocket. Drops 11/5/16 for $200. The white SF AF-1 will debut at Complexcon.
Opening Ceremony’s latest collaboration with Timberland adds an autumn twist to the latter’s classic silhouette. The Convenience Boot features wide elastic laces, a waterproof leather upper and a padded collar. Available in light brown, black, maroon or chocolate.
With winter around the corner, you’ll want to grab a pair of Muck Boots‘ waterproof, fleece-lined boots to keep your feet warm and dry. We particularly love the new black and red Buffalo Plaid pattern which is due this December, just in time for the nastiest part of the season.
These rugged shoes are perfect for working in the yard, or any place where dirt, mud, slush, or water is in the mix. They’re 100% waterproof, offer Neoprene insulation and a breathable lining, and slip on and off without laces. Choose from the Muckster II low or ankle boot.