Red Wing have a habit of making some of the most iconic and desirable boots you’ll find anywhere, this is their “Iron Ranger” boot and it’s directly based on the boots worn by iron miners in the latter part of the 18th century.
This is the “Classic” by Gasolina Boots, each of them is made by hand from 1.2mm and 1.4mm top grain leather with a stitched-in lining made from super soft glove leather.
Brogue-styled boots are one of those things that aren’t for everyone, I happen to like them though and this pair from Delicious Junction are amongst the best we’ve seen recently.
The Vintage Shoe Company is based in Martinsburg, Pennsylvania, they hand make some of the best looking footwear in the USA and this is their current favourite from their collection.
The El Bajo is exceptionally well built and looks suited to being worn both on and off the bike…
This boot by Kenneth Cole fits into that narrow zone between a motorcycle boot and a dress shoe, allowing it to be something you could wear with a suit…
The Elsinore Boot series feature an internal steel shank, a thick leather upper, a rubber sole, a zipper originally designed for paratrooper boots and a series of 5 alloy buckles down the outside to make sure they stay on no matter what the hell happens.
These timeless, Hi-Tops sold by Imogene + Willie are just about the perfect piece of summertime footwear, they can be worn with jeans, cargos, trousers or even a suit if you’re feeling slightly heretical.
The Australian Desert Boot has been an iconic piece of footwear since long before my time, the boots were originally designed for desert use and have soles designed to sink and slide as little as possible on loose sand, they also have minimal laces allowing the wearer to whip them off and empty out sand with as little fuss as possible.
The Elsinore Boot by Icon is part of their all new Icon 1000 range, the collection is made up of no-nonsense helmets, boots, clothing, gloves and other gear, largely designed to survive and thrive in a post apocalyptic, overrun-with-zombies future-scape from hell. Meaning they’ll be able to handle your regular commute without blinking an eye.