And we thought Varvatos' Chucks were rare. Exorbitantly expensive but commensurately limited, this Converse Handmade Leather Chuck ($600) is hand crafted by Italian-trained designer Ryusaku Hiruma, and features a hand-stitched body, hand-cut details, and leather soles. Limited to just 64 pairs of each size, these unique milk and black sneakers make a great accompaniment to those $1,000 bedazzled jeans.
We're not sure if it's MVPuppet approved, but the Nike SFB Boot ($100) is bound to satisfy the average outdoor enthusiast. Taking at least a little inspiration from military footwear, the SFB sports a fairly plain-G.I.-Jane khaki on khaki colorway, with comfort features like a breathable textile upper, mesh on the tongue for improved ventilation, a rubber outsole with "Waffle lugs" for added traction, flex grooves to handle changing terrain, and a padded sockliner for cushioning and support. [Thanks, Ryan]
Sometimes simple is best, and simple surely describes the Converse Jack Purcell Boat Shoe ($70). Featuring a traditional slip-on boat shoe silhouette, this Purcell also offers a twill upper, textile lining with cushioned footbed, the traditional plain rubber outsole, and a signature Purcell "smile" on the toe guard. Available in navy/white, white/navy, or a "please throw me overboard" green/navy/orange combo.