The Rollsroyce of Picnics
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.