The Roll­sroyce of Pic­nics

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While brogues serve a mainly dec­o­ra­tive pur­pose on dress shoes nowa­days, they orig­i­nated on boots in early 20th cen­tury Ire­land as a way of let­ting wa­ter drain when cross­ing wet ter­rain. The per­fo­ra­tions on Tim­ber­land’s Brogue Boot do the op­po­site, keep­ing wa­ter out en­tirely. And, let’s be hon­est, they also look hand­some as all hell. If you’re go­ing to take your Rolls-royce out for an al fresco lunch, a sim­ple che­quered blan­ket and Igloo cooler won’t cut it. The au­tomaker’s be­spoke pic­nic ham­per, made from Amer­i­can wal­nut and nat­u­ral grain leather, comes equipped with lead crys­tal wine glasses, hand­made steel cut­lery, and ev­ery­thing you need to throw the posh­est tail­gate party ever.

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