Winter is coming (eventually)! Meanwhile, Crockett & Jones’ latest seasonal collection is already here. But the ice and fire they’re inspired by is actually the snowy landscapes and plentiful lava fields of Iceland.
Though many pairs in the AW22 collection are suited to the rugged terrain of the Icelandic wilderness, there are still plenty of the more-formal offerings C&J are known for here. The lineup features five new patterns, along with some updated looks to their most tried-and-true models. While we’ve seen C&J go a bit outside their comfort zone before—in the form of their fantastic collaborations with Division Road—this is the first time they’ve done it solo, and in a big way.
Check out some of our favorite makeups from the AW22 collection below…
The Molton was featured in the latest James Bond flick, and there’s now a black waxy suede variant to complement the brown version. Built on the 336 last, the Molton features a nifty notched storm welt with Dainite studded rubber soles.
The minimalist, straightforward Chiltern has long been a fixture of C&J’s chukka collection, and now it’s available in two new colorways: slate…
…and navy. The Chiltern is built on the 224 last, with a 360 flat welt and Dainite soles.
Made on C&J’s popular 378 last, the Indiana split-toe derby boot features another notched storm welt, along with some Vibram Carrarmato soles for excellent traction in the elements.
The Denver has similar specs to the Indiana, but in the form of a low derby shoe.
The exceedingly handsome Argyll is crafted on the 379 last, with a toebox that’s a hair narrower than the 378 last. Made with a waxy calfskin, these boots feature a 360 storm welt and Dainite soles.
We’re loving the shearling collar on these fully-lined scotch grain derby boots—it gives the Glencoe a bit of a ushanka hat vibe. This pair is made on the 378 last with a 360 storm welt and Vibram Carrarmato soles.
C&J’s Hand Grade Collection—their most high-quality shoes and boots that are meticulously bench-made over the course of several weeks—sees representation in the AW22 lineup as well. Here we have the Albany 4 semi-brogue oxford, which is made on the soft-square-toed 367 last, and is built with a 270 flat welt and C&J’s proprietary City low-profile rubber soles.
Also from the Hand Grade Collection, this Perth derby boot features a striking combination of smooth and ridged grain leathers on the 363 last, with a 360 storm welt and Dainite soles.