We talk a lot about the innovative and often revolutionary fabrics Taylor Stitch uses in its men's clothing. But did you know that the S.F.-based apparel artisans are just as keen on elevating footwear?
Case in point: these Ranch Low sneaker-boot hybrids in weatherproof navy suede. Solving the longstanding issue with suede shoes that they are simply too high-maintenance for everyday use and impossible to keep in pristine condition, especially if it happens to rain while you're wearing them.
"Designed with an emphasis on everyday comfort, these boots rival the weight and wearability of your favorite pair of sneakers," with no break-in period required, as the brand notes. And the handsome navy blue colorway is being produced in limited quantities.
The new navy Ranch Low is made by hand in León, Mexico, the shoemaking capital of the world, using "soft yet hardy" 4-oz. weatherproof suede that can withstand the elements, featuring goodyear welt construction for a lifetime of wear.
And best of all, it's 100% resoleable, "ensuring that it’ll remain in your rotation for years to come."