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Converse All Star Rain Boot

Converse All Star Rain Boot

With all the laid-back attitude of the originals, the Converse All Star Rain Boots ($80) are the first we'd actually consider wearing in inclement weather. Staying true to their roots with a simple lace-up design and Chuck Taylor insignias, these rain boots feature a green rubber upper, attached tongue to prevent water from seeping in, corded laces, a reinforced toe, and a durable, grippy sole.

  • Columbia Bugathermo Boots

    Battle even the coldest climates in Columbia Bugathermo Boots ($250). Not satisfied with simple insulation, the Bugathermos offer an electronic heating system that has three heat levels and runs off built-in rechargeable batteries for up to eight hours. Other frostbite-fighting features include an Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable Nubuck upper, an internal lining and footbed cover with AgION antimicrobial treatment, 200g Thinsulate Insulation, Omni-Grip traction, and an injection-molded waterproof thermal rubber shell.

  • Paul Smith Shoe Care Kit

    Why spend money on a fine pair of shoes if you're not going to take care of them? The Paul Smith Shoe Care Kit (£345; about $500) offers everything you need to care for your fine footwear in a great-looking black washed wooden box. Included in the kit are two wood and horse hair polish brushes, two medium and two small wood applicator brushes, one wood, steel, and horse hair brush for suede, two polish cloths, five differently color shoe paints, four canisters of bees wax polish, and, of course, a metal shoe horn.

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