I hope y’all aren’t feeling that mid-January slump too much. Some of our favorite shoemakers don’t seem to be, at least. Read on to check out the latest releases from Wesco, White’s, Alden, Unmarked, and many more.

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crockett & jones x division road shannon nst boot

Crockett & Jones x Division Road Shannon in Green Waxed Roughout Suede: $700

A transatlantic teamup between Crockett & Jones and Division Road has brought the venerable Northampton maker to Scottsville, VA. Other than getting their hands on C&J’s classic Pembroke and Coniston models, Division Road has secured three exclusive makeups in a lineup they’re calling their Waxed Roughout Tank Pack.

First up, we have the Shannon, an NST derby boot that is made with some lovely green waxed roughout suede. These are built on C&J’s 378 last, and feature a 360 storm welt with some tanky Vibram Carrarmato lug soles.

crockett & jones x division road ross boot

Crockett & Jones x Division Road Ross in Dark Brown Waxed Roughout Suede: $700

Next, the Ross is a suede-collared country boot done up in waxed dark brown roughout suede. These too are built on the 378 last with a 360 storm welt and Vibram Carrarmato soles.

crockett & jones division road sandhurst derby

Crockett & Jones x Division Road Sandhurst in Black Roughout Suede: $625

Finally, we have the Sandhurst, a murdered-out derby built on the 325 last, also with a 360 storm welt and Carrarmato soles.

wesco blubaugh engineer

Wesco Blubaugh Engineer Boot: $562 (Pre-Order)

Made in collaboration with writer/photographer/motorcyclist Todd Blubaugh, these stunningly rugged engineers are made with black waxed flesh to an 11-inch height with brass buckles and some Vibram 705 soles. Also: you should check out Todd’s peek into the Wesco factory that features his conversation with sales manager Chris Warren (who’s always a good man to talk to about Wesco).

white's boots max schaaf engineer

White’s Boots x Max Schaaf Engineer Boot: $479

The other PNW maker that recently hit the open road is White’s, who have teamed up with gearhead Max Schaaf on their second motorcycle boot collab. This time around, they’ve put together a 10-inch engineer made with classic black Chromexcel, built on the 1970 last with single-row stitchdown construction atop a pair of Vibram 430 soles. VROOM.

alden madison atlantic ranger mocc

Alden Madison Atlantic Ranger Mocc: $625

These ranger moccs are Van-lasted, and feature some of this really amazing Atlantic Club calfskin from Borge. With a 360 flat welt and commando soles, they’re ready to go anywhere.

unmarked chelsea toro peanut suede

Unmarked Chelsea Toro in Peanut Suede: $320

These chelseas are built on a 360 flat welt with cavity wedge soles with an interesting tread pattern from Mexican solesmiths Bilbo—we haven’t really seen anything from them before, but Hugo from Unmarked speaks very highly about their traction and durability. They also feature a bit of Unmarked’s signature flair in the stitched pull tabs. A very nice mixture of rugged and refined, these are. (BTW, Unmarked is doing a sitewide 15% off sale through the end of January!)

alden brogue enfield boot

Alden x Brogue “Enfield” Boot: $625

A reimagining of an older makeup Brogue, these cap toe boots are made with snuff suede on the Barrie last, with a 360 flat welt and commando soles. That heel foxing stitch is awful nice!

alden brogue nightfall v-tip blucher

Alden x Brogue “Nightfall” V-Tip Blucher: $605

These striking V-Tips are made on the 379X last with a combination of black scotch grain and Madison brown leather. A 360 flat welt and single Waterloc soles round out the package.

yuketen the bureau ring boot db

Yuketen x The Bureau Ring Boot DB: ~$890

Ooo, these look toasty warm. With the Vibram 2021 soles, you can venture just about anywhere in these, but with all that shearling I’d be tempted to wear them around the house during these cold winter months. Just classic Yuketen harnessed madness here. 

red wing iron ranger 8089 oro legacy

Red Wing Iron Ranger 8089 in Oro Legacy: $349

This Iron Ranger takes some cues from Red Wing’s iconic 875 moc toe boot, borrowing the latter’s Oro Legacy leather as well as the Traction Tred wedge soles.

red wing iron ranger 8088 amber harness

Red Wing Iron Ranger 8088 in Amber Harness: $349

Red Wing has also taken the Iron Ranger in its classic Amber Harness leather and given it the wedge sole treatment.