No, not that kind of razor. The Saucony ProGrid Razor ($135) is a Red Dot Design Award-winning running shoe meant to keep your feet protected and comfortable out on the trail. Features include a three-quarter cut for protection against the elements, an eVent waterproof fabric bootie, a Vibram Trek outsole for superior grip, ProGrid impact deflection technology, and more.
Celebrate three-quarters of a century of a nautical clothing icon with the Sperry Top-Sider 75th Anniversary Collection ($55-$88). Created in 1935 by sailor Paul Sperry, who created the sneakers' unique Razor-Siping bottom grooves after watching his dog run across a frozen pond, these laid back kicks are nearly synonymous with boating, and are available in three styles, all arriving in limited edition replicas of the shoes' original packaging.
It's always a sad day when a favorite pair of kicks meets its inevitable end, but you can delay the death knell for a while with the help of the JGoods Sneaker Restoration Kit ($35). This all-in-one kit includes a complete guide to sneaker restoration, a 12-inch square white towel, a stiff scrub brush, a melamine foam pad, JGoods Finish Remover, white and black JGoods Leather Paint, a high-quality paint brush, cotton swabs, and a scourer sponge, all arriving in stylish shoebox packaging. [Thanks, Nolan]
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.
If you're on the job or simply looking to add some outdoorsman chic to your wardrobe, take a gander at the Tretorn Klipporone Boot ($145). This high-top boot features nine eye laces, a combination smooth and textured leather upper, textured, grooved rubber sole, two-tone laces, and a reinforced rubber midsole and toe cap. While they might look good at a country cookout or impromptu fishing session, don't expect to roll around midtown without drawing some strange looks.