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Hunter Festival Boots

Hunter Festival Boots

Real life isn't always sunshine and rainbows — sometimes it rains. When it does, you'll need the right boots to weather the storm. The high quality Hunter Festival Boots ($135) were originally designed for treading across Scotland's rough terrain through inclement weather, and have become known for legendary durability and excellent comfort. Vulcanized rubber and quick-dry nylon lining mesh with a cushioned insole and a natural rubber outer-sole. Hunters are great for gardening, fishing, and any outdoor activities where you might meet moisture. Old-fashioned craftsmanship meets the finest materials to create boots for real life that feel good and last for years.

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    Keep your feet dry and comfortable on your next hike in the classic Danner Mountain Light II Hiking Boots ($230). Featuring Gore-Tex lining for waterproof protection, a Vibram Kletterlift outsole for shock absorption and traction, and one-piece, all-leather upper, these USA-made boots are ready for anything — even if it's just a trip down to the pub. For more intense missions, check out their Tactical collection.

  • Nike Air Yeezy

    This editor won't be standing in line for them, but chances are some of you out there have been counting down the days to availability since you saw Kanye sporting these at last year's Grammys. The Nike Air Yeezy ($215) are the first Nike kicks bearing the name and approval of Hip-Hop's resident fashion expert. Fine-tuned on stages around the world, the Yeezys keep you locked down with debossed ankle collar pods for added support and protection, extra-thick sock liners, a forefoot support strap, and Phylon tooling taken from the 1987 Nike Air Assault. Oh, and a glow-in-the-dark outsole. They'll go on sale in New York City at Niketown and various Manhattan Foot Lockers this Saturday.