Oak Street Bootmakers Calfskin Bit Loafer


Launched in 2010, Oak Street Bootmakers is one of those companies that feels like it's been around forever and that's probably just because the shoes that come from these guys are of a quality that even exceeds that of some of the biggest luxury brands out there.

Since then the brand has amassed one impressive portfolio of fine footwear and this fall they've got another immaculate addition to the line, a classic Calfskin Bit Loafer. Handsewn in Maine, the shoe comes in black or brown Horween calfskin leather with calfskin lining, a leather sole with a stacked leather heel and dovetail toplift, and of course, brass and nickel horsebit hardware.

$328, Oak Street Bootmakers

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Club Monaco x Saucony Courageous Sneakers


Club Monaco is teaming up with Pennsylvania-based (and sneakerhead-favorite) Saucony on a stylish trainer that's based on Creative Director Aaron Levine's favorite Saucony from the 1980s, the Jazz Low Pro. Levine took that design and updated it with a limited edition sneaker called the Courageous. Available in two colorways (black and neutral), the handsome and very versatile sneaker features tonal suede uppers, pigskin lining, and our favorite detail, a speckled sole. The shoe is available at their online store and Club Monaco's retail locations.

$129, Club Monaco

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New England Outerwear Company Mohawk Trail Boots


That leather just speaks for itself, doesn't it? It's almost a waste of time to write editorial when you can just go ahead and take in that visual. Well, if you're still reading, you're looking at New England's new release for fall, the Mohawk Trail Boot in shrunken chocolate bison leather.

Rugged and ready for winter, the boot has a chunky Vibram 2021 outsole, double needle stitching with threading that's made in Maine, a full leather midsole, and Blake/McKay construction. If bison's not your thing, the boot also comes in natural Chromexcel and tan acadia leather, whatever your choice is there is no wrong one.

$380, New England Outerwear

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Red Wing Heritage Kangatan 8180


Red Wing Heritage is releasing a new boot this month and it has quite the history, especially if you're a big fan of baseball. The Kangatan 8180 is based off of the Super Setter 888 boot, a shoe created for Sears and baseball legend Ted Williams, who spent much of his time as an outdoorsman when he wasn't busy hitting homers for the Red Sox. His name also became synonymous with quality as a brand that adorned Sears' most premium sporting goods products.

Launched in 1963, the Super Setter 888 was made of kangaroo hide and was used due to its lightweight and durable characteristics and at the time was considered the best boot the company could produce. Today the 8180 honors that style with the same iconic green colorway which is crafted from Portage cowhide leather and will also be released alongside special edition baseballs that are made from the same leather.

Red Wing

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Woodlands Trail Sock


Say hello to your boot's new best friend, The Woodlands Trail Sock. Premium three-end Italian wool that's crafted in the USA is the perfect weight and length for the colder months and compressed rib knitting at the arch and top of the sock help reduce the slouching you'd normally get with a taller sock. Your feel will also stay warm without too much bulk and the mid-length is ideal not just for your prized workboots, but any shoe you've got in our closet.

$32, Woodlands

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Danner Light Sherman Boots for Tanner Goods


Marking their fourth boot together, Danner and Tanner Goods present the Danner Light Sherman Boot, a versatile style that's right at home on the trail or the street. The upper is a perfect fall combo of suede and contrasting denim and a dark brown crepe sole delivers comfortable cushioning.

Just like their previous releases, this one is limited to 300 pairs so you better move fast if you want one in your size. As for additional details the shoe features 14.75 cone mills denim quarter panels, breathable Dri-Lex lining, handcrafted stitchdown construction for durability, and a Airthotic instep that cups the heel and provides arch support.

$350, Woodlands

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Russell Moccasin Co. for Haven Zephyr Boot


You should know by now that Canadian retail favorite Haven knows a good shoe when it sees it and knows exactly who to call when it comes to making them. They've teamed up again with Russel Moccasin Co. for a beautiful edition of their Zephyr Boot.

Designed with their signature moccasin aesthetic, the boot is carefully crafted by hand with a multi-layered vamp, camel laramie suede, a rear zipper, and a slip proof Vibram 2060 sole.

$699, Haven

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Yuketen for the Woodlands Monterey Sneaker


Yuketen remixes its Hermosa sneaker with an exclusive style for the Woodlands and Tanner Goods, the Monterey. Updated with a high-top silhouette, the sneaker is luxurious yet low-profile with artisanal Italian construction and full-grain leather.

Every piece of this sneaker is from Italy, from its thick cut leather upper to the memory-foam-cushion insole. It also features a "Side McKay" stitch, a traditional stich that secures the rubber cup sole right to the leather upper for long-lasting durability.

$390, Woodlands

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Pendleton by NikeiD


Oregon natives, Pendleton and Nike have struck up a new relationship bringing their famed wool fabrics to the Swoosh's popular customization platform, NikeiD. Since 1924, Pendleton has been crafting its medium weight, 100% virgin wool which to this day is still sourced from the same family ranches that the company has been purchasing wool from for 90 years.

You will be able to choose from three tartan patterns, one plaid, and four solid-wool color fabrics. The shoes available for customization are the Nike Roshe Low and Mid, Nike SB Janoski Low and Mid, Nike Air Force 1 High and Low, and the Air Max 1 Low and Mid. Some of the styles are available today with the rest of styles to be released on November 3rd.


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George Cox for Neighbour


Vancouver men's shop Neighbour introduces its first original shoe in collaboration with George Cox, an English shoemaker with over four generations of experience in handmade footwear.

For their first shoe, the two companies created a custom version of Cox's crepe-soled Gibson. The minimal design and classic looks were a natural fit for Neighbour and the navy and brown suede color choices could not be more timeless and perfect.

$350, Neighbour

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