Men’s style guide to wearing Italian shoes and Combat Boots for comfort and an effortless cool look
Through the colder months of the year we turn to clothing designated to keep us warm and protect us from that mist of rain. Often the piece that gets neglected is our feet. On cue the Combat boot, heavy duty option that are stylish, look good and will last the test of time. Combat boots were made for a shoe that would provide more grip tackling mud, snow, ice and tricky weather conditions.
The combat boot is a staple for the modern day urban male; they help create a different look with a variety of preferred outfits. Wearing them with a suit, minimalistic looks or work wear? We will show you the boots that will ensure you take the right step when picking your ideal pair of combat boots.
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 Pantanetti - Suede Combat Boot
A perfect match for your work wear is a pair of Pantanetti suede combat boots. Mixing textures of dark denim, checkered jackets by Altea and bomber jackets by PMDS can achieve this look. The boot provides the finishing look to the work wear look (we don’t expect you to be doing manual labor in this outfit). The suede is burnished providing that rugged and textured look. Finished with a soft lining and heavy utility sole, they’ll be the ideal pair to compliment your look. Available in anthracite grey suede and dark brown suede.
Conflict For Interest - Pisa
Some days it’s important to match classical silhouettes and stick to the old faithful. The minimalistic look never dates and Conflict For Interest’s Pisa gives us that same feel. An easy way to effortlessly elevate a simple look with an array of denim, cropped trousers and suiting. The trick to achieving this look is to have cropped jeans, trousers or to roll up the hem yourself to see the boots detail. A monochrome t shirt, a clean bomber and you have your perfect look. The classic toe on the Pisa provides for easy wearing with a suit, the brown texture will bring out your navy and grey suits while the black pair would be ideal for an array of colours. A minimal combat boot made for the occasion, what occasion do you need them for?
Preventi - Loftus
The combat boot and outwear pieces combine for the perfect marriage. Worn out pieces can be worn and create a particular look, yet pairing your combat boots with classical outwear ensures a clean & minimalistic look. Pair your new Loftus Preventi boots with draw string trousers by PMDS in green or navy, a classic poplin shirt by Altea and a lightweight jacket by Transit. This outfit will bring out the colour of your new boots, creating a distinct and unique look.
Lemargo – Combat Boot
When we look at combat boots we think of a way of dressing with cargo trousers, heavy knits and layering upon layering. A look that requires a bit of boldness and a step of confidence with every step you take. Perfect for this look is the Lemargo combat boot. In an array of colours to ensure your look is being achieved. If a colour is not available, we're able to make a colour for you on request. Finish this bold look with MD75 cold dyed knitwear and transit high shine black trousers. Adding accessories can also ensure this look is achieved, bold jewelry by Buck Palmer and an over the shoulder bag by Shoto will have you on your way.
The complete look made easy with handcrafted Italian footwear and accessories.
Italian handcrafted combat boots can be worn in a variety of ways. Lemargo, Shoto, Preventi and Conflict For Interest have you spoilt for choice. With an array of new clothing brands from Italy, it’s easy to find a perfect outfit to match the look you’re after.
We hope to set you on your way to finding your perfect pair of combat boots.
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