TOWER Family: This week’s family favourites – Vol. 15, getting festive early!

TOWER Family: This week’s family favourites – Vol. 15, getting festive early!
Every week, the team at TOWER HQ takes a moment to chop-up everything that has appeared on our shelves over the past seven days. What's the catch? If it dropped and flew, it's already too late! Everything you'll find here is ready to be bagged, stacked and laced-up at a time that suits you. This week, we're getting you booted ahead of the festive rush - after all, you don't know what we've got until it's gone. In this case, boots! So, in no particular order, here is this week's TOWER family favourites; let's lace 'em up.

5. Timberland 14 inch Premium boot

For here, there and absolutely everywhere, the 14 inch boot from Timberland’s vast back catalogue is a little louder than your usual.
With a waterproof membrane, rustproof hardware and an EVA-blend foambed - have you made space in this season’s rotation?

4. Blundstone Originals 500 Boots

Are you wanting to switch up your style this season? Join TOWER for a closer look at some of the best Blundstone boots available right now!

Whether you’re visiting our TOWER family in-store or shopping the latest styles online, there’s no end to the great selection of footwear for you to choose from.

3. Dr. Martens 2976 Chelsea Boot

Hitting production lines in the early ‘70s, Dr. Martens’ 2976 Chelsea boot works with easy-wear Victorian farming DNA at heart. Comfort stems from a duo of elasticated ankle gusset complete ‘With Bouncing Soles’ embroidered upon two pull-tabs, inscribed using a template of Bill Griggs’ own handwriting. Bet you didn’t know that!? Although the Chelsea boot’s profile dates back to 1851, TOWER stocks an array of modern options from the addition of padded fur lining to patent leather, thicker soles and multiple palettes to choose from.

2. Barbour Farsley Chelsea Boot

Put the heel back in everyday comfort with Barbour’s stylised Farsley Chelsea boot, a silhouette that invites your foot to make the most of its 100% cotton sock-liner before stomping around Brick Lane’s cobbled backstreets.

1. Fila Disruptor

At the time of FILA's rise, Tupac would regularly be seen rocking Grant Hill’s signature basketball silhouette; FILA was only topped by one other brand on the court. Whilst the Disruptor’s backstory may not be so glamorous, its rise to fame came as no accident.