Mark McNairy does it again, this time teaming up with Canada’s HAVEN for a limited run of these Country Brogues. What’s not to like about them? They come in an extremely versatile navy suede upper that’s mated to a hand stitched Goodyear welt on a Natural crepe wedge sole. The contrasting white round laces and eyelets allow you to dress this down a bit but shouldn’t stop you from wearing them to your next semi-formal outing.
End Hunting Co., the in-house label for the UK’s End Clothing, has teamed up with Tricker’s for a pair of two tone long wing brogues. It’s a subtle reworking of the Golosh country brogue exclusively constructed from contrasting full grain and smooth, waxed calf-leather panels. Of course we added some bespoke features such as the alternate brass top eyelet and tonal Dainite sole for added durability during these colder months, also not forgetting the unique woven cotton heel pull.
These brogues are available both in store and online in two colourways.
It’s been a short while since we heard from Wolverine last but we’re glad to be getting news of these beauties from their 1000 Mile line for Fall/Winter 2011. They’ve got two new additions to their Gentleman Collection. The Wickham is a brogue oxford that’s making its debut this season and looks exceptional in both black or tan. It features a hand-rubbed leather upper with swirling perforated detail and a subtle contrast color underlay. The Winchester is the taller brogue boot shown above and also comes in black or tan. It features a sheepskin lining while both feature Goodyear Welt construction and a Vibram Heel Lift.
We’ve come across a few exclusives by Tricker’s for select retailers and this brogue boot for Fall 2011 looks tremendous. The espresso burnished brogue boots feature a Vibram wedge sole and Telason laces and are fitted with brass eyelets and a contrasting red pull loop at the back. There’s really not much else you could want from a winter boot that’s handmade in England by a company that’s been doing it right for ages.
Another fine product from Thom Browne’s Fall/Winter 2011 collection, this pair of wingtip brogues has all the right details. They’re proudly made in England and feature a premium scotch grain leather upper in a tremendous brown finish. The thick crepe sole and white stitching on the welt just add to the detailing. And of course, the signature Thom Browne tricolour ribbon tab is featured on the heel.
Toronto’s Nomad has taken stock of a few styles from Alden including their iconic Longwing Bluchers in a light brown Eclipse leather shell and constructed on the New England brand’s Barrie last. They’re leather lined and feature a Goodyear welt design as well as double leather soles with a rubber dovetail in the heel for added durability and longevity.
All Alden shoes also carry a tempered steel shank which provides maximum shape & support unique to all of Alden’s shoes. Waxed laces & shoe bags included.
These Trickers brogues are made exclusively for Present and come in a ‘Midnight’ upper made from repello suede. The brogue detailing, Goodyear welt and dainite sole and white eyelets and laces make this such a great pick up for the summertime but are so versatile that we’d wear these in the winter as well.
New Amsterdam is at it again with this two-tone brogue in a full grain tan leather and navy wool paneling. It features a natural brick rubber ridgeway sole just like another version of these longwings we featured a short while back. Other details include the contrast woven laces and a fully leather lined inner.
John Lobb’s Darby II wing-tip brogues feature some amazing detailing and a rich reddish brown shell that’s so perfect year ’round. The color allows for some expanded versatility so going from formal to casual or vice versa shouldn’t be a problem if you know what you’re doing. It’s fitted with preforated detailing, leather lining and leather soles for max comfort and design.