The North Face Back-To-Berkeley Boot

Like it or not, winter is coming, and in many places that means cold days, bad weather, and heavy coats. It also means it's time to don some appropriate footwear, like The North Face Back-To-Berkeley Boot ($100-$110). A mix of classic styling and new-age materials, the Back-To-Berkeley features a ballistic mesh upper, a waterproof suede mudguard PrimaLoft Eco insulation, HydroSeal waterproofing, and a TNF Winter Grip outsole for excellent traction no matter what's covering the ground.

  • NikeCraft Tom Sachs Mars Yard Shoe

    No, they're not the best-looking sneakers we've seen — but they're not supposed to be. Inspired by NASA's exploration of Mars, the NikeCraft Tom Sachs Mars Yard Shoe ($385) is designed to handle the rugged terrain of the space agency's simulated Mars Yard in Pasadena, and does so with outsoles taken from Nike's special forces boot, vulcan fabric from the Mars Excursion Rover's airbags, and detailing from the Apollo Lunar Overshoes. So whether you're simulating a trip to space or simply spaced out, they have you covered. [Scouted by Ryan]

  • Teva Illum Light-Up Flip Flops

    Tired of stepping on used syringes broken shells every time you hit the beach at night? Let these Teva Illum Light-Up Flip Flops ($65) light your way. Sporting integrated lights, these sandals will allow you to see where you're staggering going even in the darkest hours, and also feature a soft top sole with a healthy dose of arch support, Trek Dry microfiber lining, and a Spider365 rubber outsole for added traction when the terrain gets rough.

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