GLP Gift Guide: The Shoes

Sperry Top-Sider Boat Shoes Austen Heller Loafers Allen Edmonds Oxfords New Balance Tennis Rochester Shoe Tree Company J.Crew Cream Oak Street Bootmakers Chukka Danner ASICS Running L.L.Bean Lounger

Now that Halloween has come and gone we can start thinking about the holidays. While I try to avoid most Christmas things until after Thanksgiving, now is still a great time to start thinking about the gifts. I’m notorious for not knowing what I’d like, so I need all the time I can get. Plus, with shopping beginning earlier and earlier each year, it’s good to have that wish list made and available.

Up first are the shoes you should be asking for this winter. Some you’ll be wearing right now. Some you’re going to have to wait a little bit for.

Sperry Top-Sider Gold Cup Authentic Original 2-Eye Boat Shoe: Chances are you have the basics covered here. Go for something off the beaten path, like this orange and tan combo.

Austen Heller Blue Bloods: Suede loafers with a brilliant pop of color on the soles.

Allen Edmonds Strand Cap-Toe Oxfords: The Pappy of oxfords. Ask for them in bourbon.

Oak Street Bootmakers Chocolate Suede Campus Chukka: The latest release out of Chicago comes just in time for Christmas.

Rochester Shoe Tree Company for J.Crew Leather Shoe Cream: Now that you have the shoes, make sure they look their best.

New Balance Pennant Pack 574Tennis shoes inspired by retro baseball jerseys. Check.

Danner Mountain Light TimberMake it a point to spend more time outdoors. There will be no excuse with a pair of hiking boots like these.

ASICS GEL-Kayano 19 Running Shoe: When it comes to running, I’m an ASICS guy. You’re going to have some pounds to work off by the time the holidays are over.

L.L.Bean Bean Boot, 7″ LoungerWhen you’re heading out to shovel the driveway, the last thing you want to worry about is tying your boots.

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