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Hadrian Black Boots

Hadrian Black Boots

How is it possible that these Ksubi Hadrian boots are simultaneously tough and sharply fashionable looking? Maybe it’s the suede, wooden heel and most importantly the detachable leather spats.

Scout Work Boot

Scout Work Boot

We like the smooth looks of the rugged limited edition Scout work boot from Viberg, which features heavyweight hemp, oiled/roughed up leather and PU sole. (Thanks Kevin!)

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SeaVees Eye Trail Boots

SeaVees Eye Trail Boots

Stylish, comfortable and practical, these boots have a durable micro-sanded and oiled grain leather upper. The foot beds are leather-lined, and the natural rubber soles add cushion and traction.

Kent Roper Boot

Kent Roper Boot

Billy Reid’s ruggedly handsome Kent Roper Boot features a rounder toe shape, aged and burnished exterior and leather sole for comfort and flexibility. Calfskin interior lining; handmade in Italy.

Adidas-Burton Collection

Adidas-Burton Collection

The upcoming fall/winter 2010 collaboration between Adidas Originals and Burton Snowboards has an earthy emphasis on practical outerwear, with boots, a Superstar and technical apparel.

Loake Burford Two Boot

Loake Burford Two Boot

Loake Shoemakers has released the Burford Two boot, a gorgeous combination of high desert boot silhouette and elegant perforated brogue details in tan leather. Available exclusively at Son of a Stag.

Ann Demeulemeester S/S Boots

Ann Demeulemeester S/S Boots

Designer Ann Demeulemeester’s latest creation is this pair of uncanny leather boots. The all-white leather and low-cut tongue stand out against the shoes’ otherwise conventional shape.

Palladium 2010 Spring/Summer

Palladium 2010 Spring/Summer

Palladium honors its roots for its 2010 Spring/Summer line; both its Pampa High and Baggy boots sport colors worn by the Foreign Legion in ’47; also new: boue and chestnut canvas.

Red Wing Woolrich Boot

Red Wing Woolrich Boot

Red Wing teams up with classic outdoor brand Woolrich for the Red Wing Woolrich Boot; it sports white-stitched suede/nubuck leather and plaid wool panels on a classic sole.

Addison 1000 Mile Boot

Addison 1000 Mile Boot

Inspired directly from their archive, Wolverine’s Addison is their latest 1000 Mile Boot; it’s due out Fall 2010 and will sport Horween leather, Goodyear welting and a wingtip motif.

Elite Force 8.0 WPI Boots

Elite Force 8.0 WPI Boots

Waterproof yet lightweight, Magnum Boots’ Elite Force 8.0 WPIs tout ion-mask tech, which coats each fiber of its full-grain leather upper with polymer; also: rear v-cut and Vibram outsole.

Red Wing Beckman Boot

Red Wing Beckman Boot

The Beckman Boot keeps things simple but dressy: named after Red Wing’s founder, it sports a rounded toe box, black Featherstone leather, Vibram sole, and Goodyear welting.

Sharptail Boot

Sharptail Boot

Adidas teams up with designed Kazuki Kuraishi for these O by O x Kazuki Sharptail Boots, available here and here; the biker-style boots feature an ankle strap and 3M reflective trim.

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Oakley Elite Assault Boot

Oakley Elite Assault Boot

Oakley’s Elite Assault Boot might as well be a tank: it features a fire and slash resistant hybrid carbon fiber/stainless steel outer, chemical-resistant outsole, and puncture-proof inner sole.

Vael Project Fall 2009

Vael Project Fall 2009

Vael Project’s Fall 2009 line harkens back to old-school shoes with hand-sewn, welted and oiled full-grain leather, albeit with modern silhouettes, EVA sockliners and American-Hide laces.

Ransom x adidas FW09

Ransom x adidas FW09

Ransom teams up with adidas’ Originals brand for their Fall/Winter 2009 line of boots and sneakers; they stay true to their rugged outdoor roots but mix in a healthy dose of street style.

CP Training Boots

CP Training Boots

Common Projects’ Training Boots continue the brand’s barebones aesthetic, but we also like the quirky details: triple stitching, full-length side zip with snap closure, and dirty soles.

Our Legacy Worker Boot

Our Legacy Worker Boot

Made by Portugal-based Our Legacy, these Worker Boots are made to last with a winterized, cracked dark brown leather upper, thick leather laces and chunky rubber outsole.

Tretorn Cykel Boots

Tretorn Cykel Boots

Inspired by 60s-era Alpine mountaineers but with a city twist, Tretorn’s Cykel Leather Boots feature alternating metal eyelets, a majolica blue lining and leather with mesh detail upper.

Lacoste Montaine WE

Lacoste Montaine WE

Lacoste’s slim-fitting Montaine WE boots have a low-key sophistication that we crave; a slightly embossed heel detail and neutral two-tone colorways cut a sleek but subtle profile.

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BugaThermo Boots

BugaThermo Boots

Winter can take a hike with the BugaThermo: it’s a rechargeable heated boot with 3 temperature settings (controlled via an ankle LED button) and is good down to -25ËšF. Thanks, Jake!

Dr. Martens 1914 Bones

Dr. Martens 1914 Bones

Just in time for Halloween: Dr. Martens’ 1914 Bones Boot is a playful take on their 14-eye work boot; it sports a glow-in-the-dark skeleton along its nearly 11″ full grain leather upper.

Snakeguardz Boots

Snakeguardz Boots

Made with 1000 denier nylon, Crackshot’s Snakeguardz boots not only protect you from serpents but shotgun blasts: we’ll take their word that it’ll stop a 12-gauge shot at 20 yards.

Red Wing Work Boots

Red Wing Work Boots

J. Crew and Red Wing partner up with a remake of the latter’s vintage work boots; they’re made with triple-stitched US cattle hides, Goodyear welting and brass hardware.

Palladium Boots

Palladium Boots

Worn in the 1940s by the French Foreign Legion and known for its sturdy rubber sole, Palladium Boots relaunches this summer with three styles (Baggy, Hi and Oxford) and updated finishes.

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