Spring 2013 sees Timberland Boot Co. presents two new strong gentlemen stylings. The Wodehouse Cap Toe Oxford ($275 USD) and Plain Toe Chukka ($300 USD) are made with a premium leather that grows better with age. The brown chukka features burnished details on the toe and heel, and a quality leather welt wrapping around the entire boot. Finishing off the styles are rope laces and rubberized outsoles. Check out the shoes at Kith Manhattan and KithNYC.com starting today.

Ronnie Fieg and Caminando team up once again after multiple successful collaborations, this time for two Officer Boots. Each boot is handmade in Mexico from the finest factories and skilled craftsmen for a perfect fit and distinctive appearance, something that cannot be accomplished from machine-made footwear. The contemporary boot is a more dressier model by the Tokyo brand and comes with an 8-hole design and quick lace-up system. The all brown colorway features a soft nubuck upper, while the black colorway comes in a smooth 3H leather build. Underneath sits sturdy Goodyear welted natural crepe soles for long lasting use, while more key additions include an embossed Kith branded tongue, leather lining and long rawhide laces. Both boots are available today in limited quantities for $220 USD exclusively at Kith NYC stores and KithNYC.com.

For my first project with Grenson, I wanted to use premium leathers they haven’t used in their line and offer colorways that are classic but will still catch your eye. The end result was a collection dominated by contemporary design aesthetics backed by this 140 year old historic company.

The new Spike V and Fred V are re-worked in premium waxed/burnished grey leathers while below sits a durable Vibram sole. The idea for the black Fred came from personally needing and wanting an all black brogue boot and I felt like this rich black waxy/oily leather and Commando sole was the perfect balance. The Spike duck boot features a two-toned design marked with its ridged toe and smooth upper body, while the Fred complements any outfit with its sleek brogue detailing. It was extremely important for people to see the shoe and still know it was a Grenson style, so the added red leather heel spike lets people know it’s not just a regular in line version but something truly special.

The Ronnie Fieg for Grenson collection offers a clean range of boots that can easily be worn dressed up on the go, but have enough character where they won’t blend in with the rest. The boots were produced in very limited quantities in the UK and can be found at Kith NYC stores and KithNYC.com for $470 USD.

The Diemme Roccia Vet is a more lighter and comfortable boot by the brand. This particular model is handmade in Italy featuring hits of smooth leather and optional all-over wool or suede on the body. Additional details come in gunmetal-tone hardware, a padded inner lining and a cushioned support collar. Below sits a sturdy non-slip rubber Vibram sole that’s built to last for year round use. You can purchase these three new boots at Kith NYC stores and KithNYC.com for $400 USD.

Timberland‘s popular GT Scramble boot returns in a new Grey/Teal colorway that combines street inspired materials and colors. The upper is built with durable suede and breathable mesh, all sitting tight on a comfortable padded silhouette. The outsole uses grooved features for both traction and flexibility that’s directly designed to take on any element. The new Grey/Teal Timberland GT Scramble is available now at Kith NYC locations and KithNYC.com for $100 USD.

Timberland‘s latest boot offering is the innovative GT Scramble high-top boot. The style is 100% waterproof and is specifically built tough to take on the outdoors. The exterior includes a durable suede/mesh upper, gusseted tongue construction, D-ring lace loops and a padded ankle collar. Below sits a lightweight cushioned EVA midsole and a Gripstick® Green Rubber™ lugged outsole for an all-terrain use. Perfect to finish out the winter season, you can check out the GT Scramble at Kith NYC stores and KithNYC.com today for $100 USD.

The new year brings updated Grenson styles to finish out the winter season. First up is the Spike ($385 USD), Grenson‘s modern interpretation of an American outdoor classic Duck Boot. The shoe is made with premium calf grain leather and a smooth leather ‘duck’ toe. The boot is leather-lined for comfort and built with a lightweight flex outdoor sole. The Alistair ($385 USD) is an updated Chelsea Boot featuring wing-tip detailing and a white wedge rubber sole. The ankle includes its staple elastic fit and pull-tabs on the heel for easy access. The popular Fred ($360 USD) boot is back this month. The lace-up Work Boot style features brogue details with a burnished leather upper, while below sits a Vibram “moreflex” sole for durability. You can purchase the Alistair at Kith Manhattan and online, and the Spike and Fred boots at both Kith NYC stores and KithNYC.com.

Ronnie Fieg for Sebago adds two special models to their Fall/Winter 2012 line-up. The Bergen boot, now in brown or burgundy, comes specially designed with premium Horween leathers for a slick city look and all-terrain feel. Extra details include corrosive-resistant Sebago eyelets to uphold against harsh elements and a Vibram lug soles for practicality. The King’s Point boot features a full black Horween leather upper that sits on top of a contrasted goodyear welted Vibram outsole. Tied together with leather laces, other key additions include the double padded leather collar and removeable kiltie. The Bergen ($190 USD) colorways will be available in at Kith NYC stores and RonnieFieg.com, and the King’s Point ($220 USD) boots online only at RonnieFieg.com starting today.

The latest release from the Ronnie Fieg for Sebago Fall/Winter 2012 collection are two new Iroquois Lux boots ready to ease the transition of Fall to Winter. The popular style returns with its staple handsewn construction in olive and denim color choices. The olive colorway is built with a full nubuck upper that’s soft to the touch, while the denim option features a denim designed front and smooth nubuck rear. Both styles sit on Vibram soles that offer the stability needed as the temperature drops. Key details include a removable fringe collar allowing the boot to be worn with any style and durable leather laces bringing to all together. The Ronnie Fieg for Sebago Fall/Winter 2012 Iroquois boots will retail for $180 USD and are available starting today at RonnieFieg.com while quantities last.

Timberland has teamed up with Mark McNairy on two boot styles. First up is the Timberland Field Boot ($225 USD), built using brown leather and camo canvas on the upper sitting comfortably on a black outsole. Key features include a quilted leather collar, D-ring lacing system and a standout white mudguard. Next is the classic 6″ Heritage ($245 USD) style in a rich black hairy suede. The 6″ style uses a contrasting royal blue collar and sits on top of a gum Goodyear welted sole. Check the Mark McNairy x Timberland releases at Kith Manhattan or KithNYC.com.