For the tail end of July, we’re checking out a smattering of new releases that include the latest collaboration from Nicks Boots and Rose Anvil; a new pattern (and leather!) from Truman; and some Aldens at Leffot that may make you feel like you’re walking the red carpet with every step…
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Just a few sizes remain in this Scout Boot, which comes on the 2030 last with Horween Olive Waxed Flesh. These boots feature a 360 storm welt and Vibram Morflex wedge soles.
The sequel to the original Nicks x Rose Anvil collab, the ND1, is almost here. This time around, they’ve built a boot with 1964 Brown leather (plus a smidge of brown waxed flesh) that features double (Double! You beautiful maniac!) Rose Anvil-designed lineman patches for some rugged flair. This makeup will be limited to only 500 pairs…which sounds like a lot! But they sold out in like 72 hours last time. Sign up for Rose Anvil’s email list on their website for access to the drop.
Okay, maybe Tom Haverford’s ambition to walk on red carpet lit’rally everywhere was a bit much, but you gotta admit the red carpet insoles were a fun idea. Did Leffot feel inspired by Parks and Rec with constructing this makeup? Eh, who’s to say. You can’t deny the swagger of these Barrie-lasted LWBs, though. (Pre-orders end this Sunday!)
Another Leffot pre-order that will be ending in just a couple days, these Indy boots borrow the classic 405 specs and add on some commando soles for superior traction in inclement weather.
This Huckberry-exclusive Easymoc features an around-the-ankle lacing system for an extra-snug fit. Available in two flavors of crazy horse (distressed) leather: brown…
…as well as tan.
Now this is interesting…this Silksport leather is actually a full-grain suede, which L&F has decided to flip inside out to show off the smooth side. Built on the Trubalance last, these Indys feature a 270 welt and commando soles.
A part of TLB’s exceptional (and exceptional value) Artista line, these apron toe derbies are made with black Horween hatch grain on the Velazquez last, and are built with a flat welt on some low-profile rubber soles.
Bullrush Phoenix! Helluva name. This waxed bovine leather from C.F. Stead comes on a brand-new pattern from Truman, which is crafted on the 79 last with a 360 flat welt and their proprietary Eugene rubber soles.
New run of these two-tone suede shoes just landed at Ealdwine! Made on the Barrie last with a 270 flat welt and double leather soles. Nobody does saddle shoes like Ealdwine.