Six of the Best – Treats for your feet

It’s the end of the year and therefore no better time to give your trotters a glow up.

We’ve had a little scout about the web for some footwear that sits outside the usual stuff you might look at, because sometimes it’s nice to change things up isn’t it?

4T2 Get Lost
Everyone seems to be into running these days, even when they’re not in a hurry. Mad that, isn’t it? Good though. It creates demand for brands like 4T2.
Get them here

Teva Ridgeview Mid
Though they’re mainly known for their summertime footwear, Teva make some pretty impressive boots, too. This Ridgeview Mid will see you through the colder months.
Get them here

Palladium Off Grid Lite Pack
Originally founded to make tyres, Palladium know about keeping correct contact with the ground. Though not normally associated with this type of footwear, maybe it’s time they were?
Get them here

K-Swiss x Engineered Garments Classic GT
A brand that hasn’t been on our radar for a good while now, K-Swiss are more than capable of banging out interesting footwear. Their classic GT comes with the Daiki Suzuki treatment here, via an Engineered Garments collaboration.
Get them here

Shaka Clog Suede
Not all winter footwear needs to be built to take on the elements. Think about it. You spend most of your time indoors because of said weather, so why not treat your feet with something comfy, luxurious and sturdy? Shaka was founded in South Africa in the 90s and enjoys popularity in Japan, like all the best brands.
Get them here

Merrell Moab Speed Mid GORE-TEX®
Always a good go-to brand, especially now they’ve established the 1TRL range. Merrell are steeped in outdoor history, with their Vibram sole and slick look on this Moab Speed Mid.
Get them here

Mark Smith

I had pizza for tea.

Write A Comment