Autumn Kicks

Fall's new casual shoes are crossover artists: ready for a day in the woods or a night on the town

1. It's called the Terrain for a reason—Børn's hand-sewn, full-grain-leather slip-on has a sturdy sole and internal moisture control, so you can keep going when the pavement ends. $117; 2. You don't have to live in Seattle to appreciate Ecco's Fusion, which has a direct-injected watertight seal made without glue or stitching, ensuring long-lasting durability. $140; 3. Thanks to its stretchy elastic siding, you can slip Camper's Locus London leather boot on in less time than it takes to call for another pint. $220; 4. Keen's Silverlake aims at replacing your do-everything shoe. It's made with moisture-wicking synthetic lining, waterproof leather, a grippy rubber outsole, and a removable EVA footbed worthy of Dr. Scholl's. $90;

fall footwear
fall footwear

5. Kenneth Cole calls it the Rocky Mountain, but with distressed Italian calfskin and an angled side zipper, this boot leans more toward fine dining than fourteeners. $355; 6. In addition to being street sleek and comfortable (with a cork insole), Simple's Postman Boot is also eco-friendly (at least for a leather shoe): It's made with nontoxic, water-based glue and shipped in minimal packaging. $100; 7. Part Transformer, part classic Timberland boot, the oiled and distressed Speke Moc Toe Chukka has a removable SmartComfort multidensity chassis, which can be adjusted for various levels of support. $100; 8. If one shoe could look good on both LeBron James and Johnny Depp, Dry-Shod's basketball-inspired Cannon, made with handcrafted Italian leather, is it. $190;

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