while you're enjoying summer's glorious climes, fall and winter already loom on the horizon, and with it the necessity to plan for a fitting wardrobe. vancouver-based apparel brand wings + horns comes just in time with a stylish footwear proposition it has created in collab with british shoemaking company george cox. the latter's desert creeper boot has been masterfully tweaked, combining wings+horns’ signature 4-needle stitching with george cox’s famous woven creeper toe. mind you, the model was first introduced in 1949, and the construction of this collab shoe is as timeless as its design. the updated desert creeper features goodyear welting, a natural crepe sole and a custom co-branded insole, and each pair of boots is handcrafted at the george cox workshop in the u.k. where it was established in 1906. the desert creeper is available at the wings + horns flagship store in vancouver, but if you reside elsewhere it's also possible to snap up a pair online.