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The Broken Arm has put out sneakers with Salomon in the past and they are once again bringing a subtle olive-tinged model this year. The Shelter CS WP is a waterproof mid-height boot that offers a comfortable fit and with a contagrip rubber sole and  Salomon’s lightweight advanced chassis, placed between the outsole and midsole which maximizes motion and stability. Available now for  for an efficient, stable and responsive ride. Available for $170 at The Broken Arm.

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HOKA ONE ONE  is releasing their TOR ULTRA HI hiking boot. The bulky style features a leather and nylon upper made of perforated panels and contrasting textures.The chunky midsole is the main attraction that tech wises contains  a blend of EVA and RMAT technology. Essentially the shoes doesn’t compromise at all in terms of performance and durability and it’s distinctive looking in the pictured tan color way.  While it also comes in black, I tend to favor the light model as you can make out the details much better on them.

They are available in Japan currently at COVERCHORD for a retail price of ¥37,800 JPY (approximately $336 USD). For more Hoka options look to their official site.

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We previewed the Fall/Winter Gyakusou collection previously but now comes info of the new Gaiter Boot model which has already released in Australia. Available in an eye-catching redish-orange color way or a tonal black version the shoe is a striking at first place with it’s unique zip construction that runs all the way up the front of the boot to the heel. The asymmetrical design is made from durable nylon and a trail/hiking inspired outsole that features maximum traction.

You can pick up a pair now at select retailers like Sneakerboy and expect it to drop at Nike Lab retailers worldwide soon.

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Tried and tested, the 6″ Timberland boot is legendary for it’s durability and water resistance. Nonnative takes that formula and replaces the usual Nubuck with a brushed suede upper. On-top of that they include waterproof GORE-TEX® textile with a DWR and stain repellent brushed suede upper. All that is finished off with a Vibram’s slip proof rubber outsole. I like Timberland boots and love this fresh take on them. These are available exclusively at Coverchort.

ALL WEATHER ALL CONDITIONS nonnative | Timberland 17AW from magical tour channel on Vimeo.

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Visvim has brought back one of it’s best footwear models – the 7-Hole ’73-Folk. The boot references the US Military Vietnam jungle boot and is one of my personal favorites. The latest iteration of the sneaker comes in vegetable tanned leather and canvas on a Vibram sole. It’s especially nice to see the return of the murdered out version of these with a black sole. Three color ways of the boot are now available at IDOL Brooklyn.

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It’s unsure if these will stick around for future collections but you can scoop them over at END.

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The Hiking boot is a versatile style that matches well with denim, cargo pants or other military/outdoor styled pants. Ideally these boots offer durability, comfort and are good style switch-up when it comes to navigating both cities and rural areas in cold weather conditions. One of the better iterations on the style are these WTAPS Jammer Boots. Tough cow leather upper and a vibram rubber sole ensure that these will last many seasons to come. Padded tongues and collar and contrast hiking laces add a little individuality to an otherwise pretty classic design.

Available for $795 at END Clothing.

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Nike has continued to experiment with their iconic sneaker models. Last year Nike brought out many variations of the Air Max 95 , transitioning it from a runner into a mid-cut sneakerboot. This year the Air Max 95 gets modified with the addition of a front-facing zipper and sock liner. The sneaker also benefits from a modified more rugged outsole and comes in either a murdered out triple black colorway or a tonal army olive. You can scoop these online from Foot Patrol or direct from the Nike Store.

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With Fall comes the need for a pair (or two) of dependable boots. The Roccia Vet hiking boot by Diemme has been one of the Italian label’s most popular models. This season it’s available in a very clean cream nubuck colorway. While these may not be for the reckless among us, they pair well with the season’s trend of tonal fall colors like tan and grey.  Scoop these over at END for $455 USD.

 

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Rick Owens has his own special way of taking ubiquitous men’s staples and perverting them into something slightly grotesque but undeniably captivating. As he’s done with the Rick dunk (as it’s popularly referred to) , Rick has taken on the Timberland boot this season in the form of these Plinth Hiker Boots. Taking the basic silhouette of a Timb and making it extreme, he’s used thick suede leather and slapped it onto chunky exaggerated sole. The trademark Rick side-zip returns this time accompanied by a myriad of lace eyelets. These are boots that take some getting used to but as they were seen prominently at his FW13 runway show, they are only wearable to guys who have both the requisite funds and confidence level. You may hate these now, but I see these becoming a staple model for Rick moving forward. Get these at Oki-Ni.

More photos and a shot of how they look on the runway after the jump

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