In seeking out a new pair of sartorial-minded sneakers this season, we decided to eschew white soles and look for a pair to complement the darker hued tweeds, flannel and cashmere that make up most of our wardrobe in the cooler months.
Which brought us to these killer kicks that are a collab between two L.A.-based brands – sneaker gurus CLAE and March LA.B, which creates stylish timepieces. CLAE's mission is to use premium leathers and materials and emphasize "uncommon comfort and versatility" with footwear that "evolves and endures."
Obviously a brand you should know about. The special edition of CLAE's Bradley sneaks have a suede upper and tonal leather heel accent in an exclusive olive green drab that manages to stand out from the pack even though the silhouette is subtle.
They also feature gold foil co-branded insoles, a tonal co-branded tongue and a molded EVA footbed for comfort and breathability. Priced at $140, they won't break the bank but will leave you looking your handsome-ist.