Our previous roundups are all right here.
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The highly anticipated redux of the Ammunition Boot is here, in two slightly different makeups both made on the 2040 last—the chocolate version has a raw cord sole from Dr. Sole, while the black scotchgrain features a leather sole and Cat’s Paw heel. More details here.
Wow, say that leather’s name ten times fast. This bison leather—made with a similar tannage to Seidel’s motorcycle saddle leathers—appealed to Oak Street for having a soft hand combined with sturdy tensile strength. These limited-edition pairs, crafted on the Elston last, offer a comfortable, breathable fit thanks to a Vibram Christy sole and unlined uppers. You can get your hands on some of this shrunken bison roughout in a Field Boot…
…as well as the Trench Oxford.
Mexican bootmakers Unmarked are providing their own take on the classic jodhpur, with a 270 flat welt and Bilbo commando half soles. Available in a black waxed calf…
…and also brown suede.
Crafted on the Leydon last, these loafers feature a 270 flat welt and single leather soles.
These leisure handsewn loafers are made with deadstock navy nubuck on the Van last, with a 360 flat welt and single Waterloc soles.