These SeaVees Desert Boots ($145) are a slightly taller, more distinguished version of their boat shoe, offering sea-washed sailcloth uppers, contrast stitching, micro-sueded nubuck leather foxing, sueded leather heel counters and a leather lined footbed, brushed silver eyelets with oil-stuffed rawhide leather laces, and the company's signature herringbone outsole for maximum grip. Great for impromptu peyote outings in the Coachella Valley.
Need to shed a few extra seconds off your triathalon time? Give the Scott T2 Pro Triathlon Shoe ($TBA) a shot. The T2's unique quick entry system allows the rear of the shoe to fold down for faster transitions, while the nylon topsheet sends water to channels in the midsole and away from your feet, and an Ergologic Ride midsole provides cushioning and enough bounce to keep you going. Just watch out for sharks.