Burnished suede from England's venerable Charles F. Stead & Co. (est. 1865) meets full-grain leather from Horween of Chicago (a mere 103 years old) in these lace-ups by the Timberland Boot Company. The style, no less time-tested, is reminiscent of spatsthough more the leather spats used by foundry workers than the white spats worn by Jazz Age dandies. Hand distressing enhances the illusion of age and lends each pair unique character. Scratched leather soles have rubber heel inserts for traction. Available in brown leather and two-tone suede. Whole sizes 8 to 13.