The season is upon us, and in the shoe world that means one thing: boots. Boots are a necessary part of your winter wardrobe. Boots look great and they keep your feet warm. When navigating the wintry mix and undesirable temperatures, wearing a great looking pair of boots will make you noticeably more confident than attempting to hop across puddles in tennis shoes. Confidence is attractive. When you have a solid pair of boots on your feet, it makes you feel a little more solid too. Let’s face it, a well worn pair of boots is a cherished and distinctive sign of character.
Finding the right pair of boots for yourself is a joy worth experiencing in this life. To help, here are some Men’s Boots worthy of calling perennial classics.
Alden 405 Indy Boot
The Alden 405 is called the Indy Boot because Harrison Ford wore it in the Indiana Jones movies, not because he was assigned to wear them as part of the role, but because Harrison Ford was a rugged carpenter before he got the part and the 405 was his boot of choice for all of his rugged carpenter needs. I mean these things are solid. And even if you aren’t a rugged carpenter, we’re pretty confident you will appreciate their unmatched construction and quality. The Indy Boot has maintained a dedicated and loyal following throughout the years because they look amazing, offer tremendous support and outlast basically everything else on the market.
Clarks Desert Boot
A timeless classic. A Clarks Desert Boot adorns the feet of countless well-dressed people. Why? Because for the money you cannot go wrong. A classic silhouette and durable construction that pairs phenomenally with jeans.
Wolverine 1,000 Mile Boot
A re-boot of a classic Wolverine design, the 1,000 Mile Boot harkens back to an era when the lifetime of a boot could be measured in miles. Now life moves at a slightly different pace, but the style and craftsmanship of this boot continue to deliver on the promise of the namesake. Putting a pair of these on will instantly make you look and feel built to last. Like instantly. Nothing, not the sidewalk, not the calendar, not the weather will be able to stop you.