With the Holidays quickly approaching, it’s time to start shopping and getting those gifts knocked out of the way. One of the gifts that keeps on giving is a high quality, stylish pair of boots that not only add some edge to your attire, but also have the ability to last for years with the proper care.

Check out some bomb boots here on Wanderset that the men in your life are bound to love.

Grand Voyage Bowie Mid – Black Leather

Handcrafted in Tuscany, Italy, these eye-catching boots from Grand Voyage can add a dose of casual class to any ensemble.The black hand-burnished calfskin Bowie Mid ankle boots detailed at side with an exposed goldtone zipper are a must for any fashion lover.

 

Grand Voyage Bowie Mid – Camel Leather

Handcrafted in Tuscany, Italy, these eye-catching boots from Grand Voyage can add a dose of casual class to any ensemble.The camel hand-burnished calfskin Bowie Mid ankle boots detailed at side with an exposed goldtone zipper are a must for any fashion lover.

 

Fenty Puma Sneaker BootsGreen platform lace-up sneakers from Fenty X Puma featuring a round toe, a front lace up detail, a front zip fastening, a pull tab at the rear, a platform sole and a ridged rubber sole. This piece is from a collaboration between Rihanna and Puma.

 

Timberland 6 Inch Premium Boot – Black

These classic Timberland boots are designed to hold up to wear and tear, year after year. Ready for the great outdoors, these leather work boots feature seam-sealed waterproof protection and rubber lug outsoles to grip rugged terrain, while adding a bit of rugged style to your wardrobe.

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Standing at an astounding 5’4”, James G. is a Philly native with a penchant for music, style, and culture. While he always has time to make business moves, James is a blast in a glass who enjoys social outings and attending concerts whenever the opportunity arises. When he’s not writing articles and conducting interviews with artists, he can be found indulging in shots of tequila, pretending to be classy at brunch, and supporting his fellow curators.

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