We've seen tons of stylish hats based on Indiana Jones' iconic fedora, but shoes? Alden Indy Boots ($525) are a classically-syled mid-height boot inspired by those worn by Indiana in his on-screen adventures, hand-crafted from smooth dark brown leather, and featuring special moc stitching around the toe, a stained welt, and a neocork sole. Great for outrunning huge boulders.
The tennis season — pro tennis, anyway — has already started, so best to start gearing up for the upcoming year — and you can start with the Nike Zoom Vapor 9 Tour ($130). Developed in collaboration with Roger Federer, the Vapor 9 features a finger-like system on the outside that works to mold the top of the shoe to the shape of your foot, mesh throughout to keep you dry, a TPU foot-frame for added stability and protection, rubber overlays in high-wear areas for added durability, and Lunar cushioning — in addition to a Nike Zoom unit — for unbeatable comfort. See them in action later this week when Federer meets his nemesis Nadal in the Australian Open semis.
Stomping through the snow in sneakers isn't much fun, what with the cold wet feet, ruined leather, and potential for life-threatening sickness. Avoid that mess with the Cole Haan Air Rhone Boot ($250). Apart from the obvious Nike Air cushioning for comfort, the full-height Rhone features a waterproof leather and waxed canvas upper, textile lining, a durable rubber sole with a tread bottom for added traction, and your choice of green and brown or black and gray colorways.