Diemme Hits the Perfect Balance of Style and Ruggedness for Its Fall/Winter 2013 Collection

Diemme Hits the Perfect Balance of Style and Ruggedness for Its Fall/Winter 2013 CollectionImages vie Diemme

Diemme might be responsible for making the hiking boot silhouette popular, but it offers so much more than its core style. Seven seasons ago, the label was simply trying to make a dope hunting boot that could survive a stylish life in the city. Now, the Italian brand has expanded to a wider range of looks without losing focus on material, performance, and a disciplined attention to detail.

This season offers an expansive line-up that honestly has something for every type of style. Sneaker options range from the chukka style Pistini to the lower cut Morostica model. If you're gonna rock a suit but don't want to be too stuffy, the Verona Chelsea boots will keep your 'fit interesting without resorting to the cliche sneaker/suit combo.

And you don't have to worry about slush this winter. There are plenty of models that will conquer whatever weather you have to battle, including the Anatra duck boot style, which, fist pump, comes in a camo colorway. 

The Italian-made brand always relied on its quality to tell how excellent its shoes were, and this season is no different. When you hear of materials like leather from Horween and C.F. Stead, hardware from Switzerland, laces from Germany, and soles from Vibram, you don’t really need a backstory on how they got there.  You just know you’re investing in a shoe made from materials that all come from the best manufacturers on earth. Look for these to drop at Diemme stockists.  

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