Tough Enough for Work, Tough Enough for the City...

Spotted: Today we're reading Dazed & Confused featuring the 1991 Colorado Boot in honey, Sundance and black styled by Gary Armstrong with brands including Ashish, Stussy, Carharrt and Phillip Lim. Dazed’s Owen Myers recognises that‘since it’s launch in 1991, during streetwear’s classic era, CAT has stuck to its authentic, hardwearing and uncompromising vision- and their boots look as good with denim and baggies now as they did then’.


Floral Studio

Now appearing on, this menswear shoot by online magazine F**** featured The Martine Rose x Cat boots alongside Carharrt and Denim Demon, with Hypebeast stating:

"There are already signs that floral motifs have been reclaimed by menswear, recalling times past when pattern-heavy kits were standard fare. That is: ‘basics’ have become ubiquitous throughout men’s fashion, and claims of focus on “fit” and “utility” – without much imagination – have run amuck. Here comes F***ing Young! “Floral Studio” editorial, which showcases the bold floral and tribal patterning of street favorites such as Carhartt, Denim Demon and Fred Perry  Lightweight essentials such as blazers, casual shirts, and chinos are given bright color treatments and properly layered for any given situation


Best in Fest

Spotted: The Cat Colorado in this month’s issue of Mixmag. A pretty sweet mix in the ‘Best in Fest’ feature, with Mixmag’s ‘festival essentials for the silly season’ as well a spot in a fresh editorial alongside brands like Pepe and Phillip Lim.



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