Winterproof your wardrobe with Church's Urban Crossover collection
Sleek yet sturdy, Church's new Urban Crossover collection is the epitome of durable design
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But gone are the days when sturdiness meant sacrificing style: in recent years hiking boots have been a key winter boot trend, while this season even the ever-sleek Chelsea boot has been given a stompy update.
As purveyor of some of the finest shoes in the world, Church's knows a thing or two about about how to marry style and substance, and the new Urban Crossover collection is testament to that. The sleek style classics for which the brand is renowned have been given a tough update thanks to a sturdy, hyper-lightweight sole designed for all manner of urban adventures.
Dubbed the 'St. Moritz,' Church's tread sole not only looks tough but is made from vulcanised rubber to ensure that it acts tough too: providing a hard-wearing yet light-weight shoe with robust appeal. And design-wise, chunky loafers and lace-ups mean there's more to the collection for men and women than just boots.
As we get set to embark on a winter like no other, the appeal of the Urban Crossover is undeniable: footwear that can bridge town and country is not only a solid investment, but enables a sense of freedom whether we're squeezing in a brisk lunchtime walk around a city park or escaping to the country.
Read on for the Culture Whisper edit of the new Urban Crossover collection from Church's.
The men's edit
Clockwise from top left: Edford polished binder lace-up derby boot, £530; Eastrock Monteria calf leather mountain boot, £640; Coalport 2 Monteria calf lace-up boot, £480; Chester 2 burnished calf leather lace-up derby, £460
The women's edit
Clockwise from top left: Nirah T Rois calf leather Chelsea boot, £530; Colleen 40T polished fumè tassel loafer, £480; Alexandra T polished binder lace-up black boot, £570; Eastrock Monteria calf mountain boot, £640
To learn more about the handmade heritage behind the brand and to see the full Urban Crossover collection, visit the Church's website here.