The humidity may still be lingering around New York yearning for respect, but that shouldn’t be an excuse to be slacking on the Fall boot game.
The season of change arrived last week and a crisp autumn morning is lurking around the bend, waiting to catch you slipping in summer footwear.
Much to your foot’s content, Palladium, Timberland, Vans, Rag & Bone and Clarks have just released some sweet fall treats for your feet.
Earlier this week, we brought you the best mountain hiking boots for winter, but we haven’t forgotten about those who have to navigate the concrete terrain during a seasonal transition.
Check out some of the newest fall releases below and after the jump!
Flat Wedge Waterbuck Timberlands:
Timberland released a new addition to its classic brand. The newest addition to the family is an update of the 6” premium boot, the OG of Timberland, also known as the Construction Boots. The Flat Wedge Waterbuck is a revamp of the original and now features a flat outer sole and a waterproof upper. The flat Wedge Waterbuck is available in Black and the working man’s favorite, wheat for around $250.
Clarks Originals Desert Shetland Boots:
Clarks is pushing the envelope with the latest release of their line and we like it. The “Clarks Original” line reproduced the classics of the brand and gave the old faves a new face. We cannot be mad at a boot that features a partial cable knit sweater style upper, gum bottoms and still maintains the ultimate masculine feel. It will have all the cold feet passerby asking where you got those new Clarks.
Rag & Bone Mallory Boot:
American brand Rag & Bone has the dapper male boot game on lock with their newest release, the Mallory Boot. These boots don’t need to be worn for months to achieve the worn look, they feature a distressed brown leather with lace up closure, capped toes and a distinct tweed upper that brings the whole boot together.
Palladium x Maharishi Tactical Boot:
Palladium teamed up with Maharishi for a tactical boot that will aid in exploring the concrete jungle. The bottom of the boot features the former tire makers, Palladium’s, traditional one piece molded rubber sole but is not without a taste of Maharishi style in the rest of the build.
The sneaker-boot fusion sounds strange in theory but it has seen wild successes (come on, we know you love your Nike boots.) The Vans OTW collection returns with its Chukka Boot inspired Alomar model for Fall 2011. The re-release brings two new colors to add on to the grey gum in suede and the black antique. The collection is now available in Blue Nights (Croc) and Crazy Black (Waxy Canvas) are also included.