Blackout Commander Boots

Mar 30, 2016

Category: Style

For some reason, the world of outdoor clothing has always had a love for loud and mismatched colored clothing. While it is totally fine to slide into a pair of hiking boots that look like a box of crayons, if given the option, we’d much rather go for something like these Blackout Commanders from Thursday Boots.

These hikers are the same classic looking boot the company has been turning out for the past few years, but this time around they’ve been given the ever popular murdered-out treatment. Each pair of Commanders has been outfitted with a cork bed midsole and a leather footbed that are designed to conform to your feet, while the wavy Vibram outsole provides serious grip whether you are trudging up a trail or walking through the city. Only 100 pairs will be made – so pick up a pair while you still can. Prices start at $360. [Purchase]

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