How does one celebrate the first coming of the big piles of wet, deep snow in a Boston winter? With a new pair of suede shoes, of course.
I'll admit it, I have a lot more shoes than decency would allow one man to own. But for $5.49, how could I resist.
Cole Haan, made in U.S.A., with vibram soles, probably from the early nineties, not unlike my recently acquired three tone saddle shoes. These shoes are as comfortable as slippers. Now all I have to do is put them away for six months until the streets are free of slush and I can wear them outside of the house. Until then, it's Bean Boots all the way.