Peal & Co. Leather & Tweed Boots, $598
This classic chevron pattern got its name from the zig-zag pattern that resembles the skeleton of a herring fish. It's the signature of renowned tweed maker Harris Tweed, and the v-shaped pattern is usually a characteristic of twill. Given that the term "tweed" evolved from the Scottish word for "twill," it's fitting. It's also said that tweed takes its name from the River Tweed that flows through the Scottish Borders textile area. These Peal & Co. boots combine the outdoor fabric in a herringbone pattern on the tops of these boots to create a classically modern interpretation.