Summer is officially over which means it’s time to make like the weather and do a cool change over to gear that’s better suited to the autumn months. It’s unpredictable out there during this time of year, so you’re going to need to cover all bases. From sneakers to boots – here are our top 8 men’s footwear styles for autumn…
Spring Court – G2 Canvas
These canvas shoes in slate are great for daily wear. Initially designed as tennis shoes, they’re super comfortable and will suit more casual outfits and occasions.
A classic boot which combines its timeless look with the best of modern footwear comfort. They’re set on rubber-crepe soles which provide cushioning with each step plus every pair features a unique Common Projects signature gold embossed serial number.
It’s hard to go wrong with Converse and these ones are no different. These are an update to the classic Jack Purcell silhouette and look a lot cleaner than the original. They also feature Nike Zoom Air Technology on an OrthoLite footbed which means they’re at the top of the range for comfort.
The combination of white canvas, suede and leather makes this sneaker ideal to take you from day to night while looking sleek the whole time. Clae use premium quality materials in their designs meaning these bad boys will last you many seasons to come.
This simple suede boot will make a great addition to your footwear rotation this autumn. Made of authentic English suede and originally designed in 1949, these boots are built to put up with whatever you throw at them this season.
An interesting modern take on a high-top court sneaker. As the name suggests this shoe by Feit is handmade with all natural materials. The unlined raw edges give them a really unique look and they’re waterproof as well so they’ll be perfect for rainy autumn days.
These are a super minimal design made from full grain leather. Ideal for when you need something a bit more than casual but don’t want to sacrifice comfort. The rubber soles of the Ellington also make it a practical choice for this season.