After that enormous batch of new releases from last week, this week’s SNBOTW has us catching our breath a bit. We’re highlighting some new collabs between Tricker’s and Division Road, another service boot drop from Viberg, a fantastic boot from Japanese maker Clinch, and more.
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These tallllllboys landed at Standard & Strange earlier this week. Made with latigo from Wickett & Craig on the Clinch CN-S last, these boots are oozing with patina potential—the hand-dyed leather will age to a greenish-brown hue. There’s only a few sizes left!
Horween’s Rowdy Dachshund leather is the star of this week’s Viberg service boot drop, paired with the 1035 last on Ridgeway soles.
Viberg has also released a squadron of Bastion oxfords in the first wave of their autumn/winter ’21 collection. This time around they’re dialing back the formality on this pattern a bit by pairing it with some vivid colors of calf suede, including the slate above, and also a couple shades of Comipel horsebutt. All of these models are made on the 2020 last with Dainite soles. Find the rest here.
This moody-looking leather from C.F. Stead should scuff and show its age quite well, and with the Gloxi soles, you’ll feel like you’re walking on a cloud.
Horween’s beefy Predator leather is a great companion to the rugged Upland Moc Toe boot. These are made on Truman’s 20 last with a Vibram Christy sole.
“Gingembre Cammo” is fun to say and even more fun to look at. Customize some service boots in this funky C.F. Stead leather to your liking.
Division Road is doubling up on some Tricker’s this week. First, we’ve got the Churchill in C.F. Stead’s black unicorn (elk) leather. These boots pair ready-for-anything ruggedness (commando soles with a 360 storm welt) with a bit of flair (some subtle pinking).
Also making its return to the DR stable this week, the Dean boot once again comes in C.F. Stead’s bronze unicorn, with a 360 storm welt and commando soles to round it out. Another pair that is rugged yet stylish.