TOP BOOTS FOR FALL/WINTER 2010 [GET WIT IT]

By Justin Shane

Clarks Desert Boot

These are international classic, inspired by the crepe-soled boots worn by British officers in World War II. They come in a variety of colors and materials, allowing them to be dressed up or down. They’re also featured in an abundance of different uppers from supple suede to destroyed leather.

Sperry Topsider Chukka Boot

Basically THEE mid-top moccasin of the fall/winter seasons. Available in tan, grey, and dark brown(Tan shown above).

Red wing 6 inch Boot

Red Wing Shoes is a leader in the work boot industry, but if you’re not looking for a such a functional boot they make a smooth soft toe as well. These are the ones if you’re looking for that boot that you can give play time for multiple seasons to come while still maintaining supreme comfort.

L.L. Bean Duck Boot

American made boots, built to tackle the harshest of weather conditions, without putting a damper on your plans to look fresh.

Clarks Wallabee

A definite classic. Clarks has mastered the Wallabee and one of the highlights of this shoe is its wedge crepe sole which offers amazing comfort. These are going pair great with either destroyed or selvedge denim, preferably in a slim or skinny fit, especially these beeswax leather Wallabees featured above.

Polo Ralph Lauren Brennen Leather Boot

A guaranteed best seller. RL knows how to make one tough huntin’ boot.

Palladium Boot

Really one of my favorite boot brands out. This brand is just now really being tackled by the average consumer, but they are well overdue. These boots come in a variety of colors, fabrics, and silhouettes, but they all share the same sole. Definitely one of those boots that look better on you than on the rack.

Ronnie Fieg x Sebago Lighthouse Boot

A great alternative if you love the quality leather Sebago uses and dislike the boat shoe lacing around the upper of Sperry Topsider’s 7-Eye Boot. There is only one catch though, good luck finding ‘em.

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