The shoe formerly known as casual.
Now: actually kinda fancy.
Looks great, casual or formal.
And feels comfortable either way.
As seen below, this season brings a bevy of churched-up kicks.
Time to toss a pair on.
A black low-top built with a calfskin insole and lining, waxed laces and a thick rubber-cup sole. Like tiny Batmobiles for your feet. Great thing about Frank and Oak: fair price points.
The woolen masters of Pendleton hooked up with Phil Knight and co. for a series of eight new sneaker silhouettes, all crafted from 100% virgin wool and featuring an assortment of traditional Scottish tartan and plaid patterns.
A handsome leather dress boot in look, a basketball shoe in guts and comfort, thanks to the heel airbag and dual density EVA insole (“for shock absorption”).
The English luxury outerwear band teams with Adidas for three different silhouettes of rugged leather footwear (Country, Spectator and Military). Bonus: pair ‘em with their complementary line of jackets. (Launching Nov. 8)
A handmade Italian leather sneaker for under $160, using the same veg-tanned leather (Vachetta) found in luxury handbags. Looks great in suede, too.
Not one brand, but one guy who curates an extremely cool shop of limited-edition sneaks (like these burgundy chukka/sneaker hybrids). As our style editor says: “I swear to god, their owner Ronnie Fieg just sh--s in-demand sneakers. He’s the Don Corleone of the sneaker game. The f---ing sneaker whisperer.” You get it.