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THE 8 BEST MEN’S SPRING FOOTWEAR RELEASES

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The 8 Best Men’s Spring Footwear Releases


Spring is just around the corner which means you can now start thinking about storing away those heavy-duty boots until next autumn. Spring can be a tricky season for footwear choices due to the varied weather. One day it’ll be warm and crisp, and the next day it’ll be torrential rain. So, with that in mind, for this shoe shopping guide, the MenswearStyle editors have picked out a selection of the best footwear options from some of our favourite brands that’ll have you covered for all weather types.


R.M.Williams Randwick boots - £375 

These boots are part of R.M.Williams' new seasonal collection, From The Ground Up. Born of an appreciation for the land we tread, R.M.Williams' new collection offers an elevated version of its iconic footwear and apparel collection. The collection offers an expansive range of new products and styles, alongside reimagined classics. The brand introduces new footwear styles such as the Randwick lace up boot in Molten leather. The boot features the brand's signature boot tag and is available in brown and black. 

rmwilliams.com


R.M.Williams
R.M.Williams


SEBAGO Yansa Suede - £175 

Made of suede especially waxed with oils to obtain a fresh and soft touch, these Chelsea boots are hand-sewn with the finest craftsmanship and feature elastic side-panels. All Sebago Chelsea boots take inspiration from the iconic Swinging-London scene from the 1950s and 1960s, and combine it with a light modern touch to challenge any city landscape: a true complement to every ensemble all-year round. 

sebago.co.uk


SEBAGO
SEBAGO


SEBAGO Tatanka Eva Suede Waxed - £170

Made with waxed suede, these resistant chukka boots stand out for their adventurous look. They feature a hand-sewn upper and rawhide laces for higher flexibility and strength, and a lightweight die-cut EVA sole to grant shock absorption and insulation. The “Tatanka” Chukka boots are the ideal shoes to enjoy the unpredictability of natural outdoors. 

sebago.co.uk


SEBAGO
SEBAGO


PALLADIUM Pallabrousse 75th - £125 

In celebration of Palladium's 75th anniversary this year and paying homage to Palladium’s birth year, this collector’s edition of the iconic Pallabrousse silhouette will only be available to the first 1947 customers. Each boot features a “75 Years of Exploration” slogan across the ankle. 

palladiumboots.co.uk


PALLADIUM
PALLADIUM


PALLADIUM Pallashock Lo Organic - £80 

As part of its Earth Collection, Palladium has reinvented the crowd-favourite 1990s low cut chunky sneaker design using eco-friendly materials. The Pallashock Lo Org is made completely in 100% organic cotton and cork and recycled materials for the outsole and lining. Easy on the eye and on the environment. 

palladiumboots.co.uk


PALLADIUM
PALLADIUM


Lavair Cursor - £200 

Cursor emphasizes style and comfort with a lightweight sole featuring a branded rear spoiler kick out. The tonal fabric combination gives a sleek look for the refined wearer wanting a classic sporty aesthetic with a modern update. Available in grey, white and black. 

lavairbrand.com


Lavair
Lavair


Blundstone #2141 - £165 

Based on the iconic Chelsea design, the Active Series is the next generation of comfort and lightness for Blundstone. The slightly shorter Chelsea upper is paired with a sizeable PU midsole for ultimate cushioning. A heel stabiliser and generous rubber sole provide additional grip and protection from the elements. 

blundstone.co.uk


Blundstone
Blundstone


Lacoste L001 - £90 

The L001 takes Lacoste’s rich tennis heritage and twists it into an utterly modern shoe; an instant classic that bridges cultures and eras, connecting citizens globally. The sneaker’s key details are taken from treasures in the Lacoste archive; the Rene, the first ever shoe created by Rene Lacoste, and a vintage racket from 1980s.  

lacoste.com


Lacoste
Lacoste

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