Friday, January 7, 2011

PortaStyle Guide...Essential Winter Boots


“Essential Winter Boots”

Our winter essentials series continues with the best boots in a season with a whole lot of 'em!


—Get a Grip
Banana Republic


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Cole Haan

Available at Cole Haan stores, 800-201-8001

Kenneth Cole

Available at

L.L. Bean Signature

Available at

Louis Vuitton

Available at 866-VUITTON,

Ralph Lauren

Available at, select Ralph Lauren stores


Available at Rockport, 218 Newbury Street, 617-859-3127

Sorel for CONCEPTS

Available at CONCEPTS, 37 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA

Sperry Top-Sider x Band of Outsiders

Available at


Available at Timberland Soho, 474 Broadway or call 800-445-5545 to find a local retailer


Available at Tod's boutiques nationwide

Wolverine 1000 Mile

Available at Leffot, 10 Christopher St., NYC

More Winter Essentials


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Frank Muytjens: Head of men's design at J.Crew


Ray Ray Raleigh

—Denim Boots

Two posts about boots in two days. Lucky you! But these were just too good to let pass. These handmade by leather specialists/boot craftsmen in Istanbul, and designed by Austin-based shoe collector/entrepreneur Joshua Bingaman.

What's really special about these is the hand-stitched original denim inlay made exclusively for Raleigh Denim by Cone Mills.

These are really one of a kind boots.

Available here.


All Saints
—Brogue Boots

Even dodgy seafood cannot keep me away from D'Marge today. So we're kicking into summer here in Australia, but there will be some of you who're already thinking about your winter wardrobe for 2011.

Brogue boots are making a serious slash inthe UK at the moment and the nice people at All Saints have this ripping pair out on the shelves. Well worth a look see.

At roughly $250 they're a bargain


Red Wings


"Wear It Now!"

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