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$140, by CastaƱer, at Farfetch.com

A beach-ready boot in sandy beige suede from the Spanish espadrille makers.

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$119, by Clarks

Clarks was the first brand to launch the desert boot in 1949, an instant hit in the States. Go for the classic in camo print to dress down your suit this summer.

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$240, by Unmarked

The finest nubuk and over 48 hours of work go into making a pair of Unmarked shoes, each completely handmade by a single artisan in Mexico City.

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$250, by Vanishing Elephant

Hailing from an independent boutique in Melbourne, the shade of deep forest green on this leather is almost worth an expedition Down Under.

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$390, by Acne, at MrPorter.com

Fact: There are no deserts in Sweden, but we're still enjoying this Acne number, given an urban twist with rubber soles.

$140, by CastaƱer, at Farfetch.com

A beach-ready boot in sandy beige suede from the Spanish espadrille makers.