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Oakley S.I. Assault Boot

Oakley S.I. Assault Boot

Originally designed for the U.S. military Elite Special Forces, the Oakley S.I. Assault Boot ($185) is built so well it's still in use in 2018. As worn by John Conner in Terminator Salvation, the lightweight, athletically-inspired boot features Resistance-approved niceties including prime urethane shock absorption, a moisture-wicking/Skynet-pissing liner, and a vulcanized rubber sole for wet/dry traction and silent movement. With the S.I. Assault, you'll be covered no matter what your post-apocalyptic landscape looks like.

  • SeaVees Pantone Sneakers

    Created to honor the 1963 release of the Pantone Matching System, SeaVees 09/63 Pantone Sneakers ($125) boast a classic casual style in seven vintage colors. They feature sueded leather vamps, premium canvas uppers, thin waxed cotton laces, brushed silver eyelets, and a backstay heat-emboss of the 1963 Pantone logo and their color's three digit PMS number, letting you pick out perfectly matching accessories.

  • Pro-Keds Court King

    Sometimes you get it right on the first try. Case in point: the Pro-Keds Court King ($74). Originally designed as a tennis shoe in the 1960's, these durable, full-grain leather sneakers feature a rubber toe cap, aluminum eyelets, canvas lining, and a retro embroidered logo on the tongue. The padded footbeds are removable so you can change them out rather than retire the entire sneaker, and the vulcanized rubber midsole sport the famous Keds stripe, a splash of color on these otherwise understated kicks. Available in four colors, we're stuck between casual blue and traditional white (maybe both?).