Even though from where I’m sitting (New York) it’s 15 degrees and snowing, a change of season is still inevitable – and odds are, your beat up winter shoes aren’t going to look so hot come spring. The Cole Haan LunarGrand Wingtip incorporates classic wingtip leather uppers with a bold and flexible sole – providing additional support and a splash of modern fun. Nike Lunarlon Technology is also imbedded into that fashionable sole for ultimate comfort.
Winter is upon us and if your dress boots from last year are too beat up to be considered “dress” boots any longer, you’ll want to get yourself a new pair. These Lace-Up Martin Boots by Cole Haan are made with premium leather and feature a cap toe design for some extra flare. Plus, when buying a pair of premium boots, you always have the option of having them resoled.
When buying a pair of men’s dress shoes, it often pays to splurge a bit as cheaper pairs tend to fall apart quickly. Made with a soft upper leather and fully lined with leather, the the Cole Haan Air Madison Wingtip Oxford shoe also features concealed Nike Air technology for additional comfort. Plus, they can be resoled so even if you wear out the rubber – they can easily become your nicest shoes again. They will however, set you back $248 bucks.
Cole Haan has you covered if you’re looking for some stylish boots this fall. Definitely an upgrade from standard work boots, these classic looking Air Blythe boots feature a cap toe and are made with rustic leather. Concealed within the boot is NIKE Air technology, giving you extra comfort along with the durable rubber sole. Only problem is, they cost more than your standard work boots too – $198.
These low-cut boots offer you more protection from the elements than a loafer but will still allow you to pull off a nice business casual look. The Cole Haan Air Colton Chukka has added comfort as well – concealed from view, there is NIKE AIR technology built into the heel. I saw these full grain leather puppies in the Cole Haan display window on Fifth Ave., but I did not stop in and spend the $228 it costs to own them. Maybe for Christmas….