The Sunday Sale: Get the Best Men’s Boots and Gear for Fall at FRYE Right Now

The Best Frye Boots for Men

A great opportunity to get the best men’s boots — and more — at the best prices around.

If you read this blog or my newsletter regularly, you know I’m absolutely a fan of FRYE men’s boots. This heritage bootmaker just so happens to specialize in making the best boots for men (plus sneakers and supporting pieces, like rugged men’s henleys), so it’s only fitting that they’re the focus of today’s Sunday Sale. Especially as we step into fall, you need the very best men’s gear to take on chilly weather, blustery day trips, cold early mornings and much more, and of course, FRYE is going to be where you’ll get said gear.

The difference with FRYE really comes down to quality materials (the leather used in its men’s boots is a sight to behold), plus rugged, tough construction. From dress boots to leather lace-up boots, the brand really can do it all. With that being said, I’ll make it easy on you: Here are my top sale picks from The FRYE Company to power your season ahead. The even better news? You can get $25 off your first order at FRYE right now. Cheers, my friends!

FRYE Greyson Lace-Up Boots — $249

Rugged, cool-as-can-be lace-up boots.

From the rich cognac leather to the dressy-but-versatile profile, the FRYE Greyson Lace-Up Boots should be able to tackle any challenge you throw at ’em this fall. Wear them with your favorite blue jeans and a classic cardigan for casual fall weekend style.

FRYE Ludlow Low Sneakers — $69

Rugged-yet-versatile men’s sneakers from FRYE.

See, I told you that FRYE makes more than just some of the best boots for men, and the FRYE Ludlow Sneakers prove that. You’ve still got some time to rock these FRYE sneakers before the weather turns, and they’re a downright steal at well under $100. A canvas exterior and rugged rawhide laces make these some of the best men’s sneakers right now.

FRYE Trench Combat Shearling Boots — $249

Durable, rugged and warm leather boots for fall and winter.

When you can get more than 40 percent off your new favorite boots, you take it. These rugged combat boots are lined with shearling and feature both leather and wool on the exterior for extra warmth. In short: Some of the coolest men’s boots for fall, period.

FRYE Henley Pocket T-shirt — $24

A cool, rugged henley T-shirt from FRYE — not bad, ehh?

See, I told you that FRYE goes beyond boots and even makes pieces like this rugged Henley Pocket T-shirt. It’s a steal at under $30 (normally $88), so pick up one of the best men’s henleys for all your fall layering needs.

FRYE Paul Light Chukka Boots — $159

Lightweight chukka boots to wear from 9-to-5 and well beyond.

Take nearly $100 off these versatile, lightweight chukka boots you can wear now and through most of fall. The FRYE Paul Light Chukka Boots feature both rich suede and a soft, cushioned footbed for day-to-night style.

FRYE Prison Boots — $299

The most dependable, toughest men’s boots on the market, ehh?

The rugged FRYE Prison Boots have been on my menswear wish list for some time, and now, you should add ’em to yours, too. It’s hard to find some of the best leather boots for men on sale like this, which means you should act quickly to get your pair — right? Right.

FRYE Quilted Dean Overshirt — $99

FRYE Quilted Dean Overshirt

Your new favorite fall overshirt, guaranteed.

Looking for one of the best men’s overshirts to serve as a transitional layer alongside a pair of the best boots for men? What if I told you it was nearly 70 percent off? Well, you’ve found it with the FRYE Quilted Dean Overshirt, folks — it features suede elbow patches and front chest pockets for your EDC essentials.

FRYE Ludlow High Sneakers — $79

A classic pair of high-top sneakers to wear all fall, folks.

Yes, folks — that price is correct. Some of the best high-top sneakers for men can now be found for well under $100, with great looks and perfect fall style, to boot. I’d snap up the FRYE Ludlow High Sneakers ASAP if I were you.

FRYE Bowery Wingtips — $199 

Some of the sharpest black leather wingtip shoes on the planet.

Get some of the best black wingtips for men for 60 percent off — if you act now, that is. These are classic black leather dress shoes made the right way (from vegetable-tanned vintage leather), and they’ll look great with navy dress trousers or dark blue denim in equal measure.

FRYE Korver Chelsea Boots — $159

Rugged winter boots to wear when the weather gets rough.

See, I told you that FRYE men’s boots really can do it all, didn’t I? The FRYE Korver Chelsea Boots, made with waterproof leather and featuring a tough-yet-comfortable Vibram sole construction, are some of the best winter boots for men out there, especially when found at a deal like this.

That’s going to wrap up my guide to the best men’s boots to buy at FRYE right now, but hopefully, this post shows you that the heritage bootmaker really is so much more than that. From rugged winter boots like the FRYE Korver Chelsea Boots to some of the best high-top sneakers for men, they’ve got plenty of gear for the modern, stylish man (that’s you!). And hey, who know they could also make one of the best men’s overshirts, too? I’m partial to classic picks like the rugged FRYE Prison Boots, for instance, but I’d love to hear from you on your favorites — just give me a shout over on Twitter. Happy shopping out there, and happy fall!

 

 

Style Pick of the Week: Frye Prison Boot

Editor’s note: Expect these posts weekly detailing one standout item coveted by yours truly. Sometimes, these fit within budgetary restrictions and other times, they’re expensive splurges worth saving for. For more Wish List items from Beau, head here, and to see other Style Picks, head here.

A rich color and Goodyear welt construction create a super-tough (and prison-ready) overall package from Frye.

A rich color and Goodyear welt construction create a super-tough (and prison-ready) overall package from Frye. Photo courtesy of Frye.

As the calendar moves into January and winter (finally) gets started in earnest, I find myself turning time and again to style staples that I can wear over and over again — things like great sweaters, a nice jacket and solid winter accessories. Sometimes when it gets cold or the weather turns on you, you just need something sturdy to carry you from point A to point B. Of course, form and function should go hand-in-hand — and it’s definitely achievable when you browse through the stunning E-commerce pages of a site like Huckberry. Their selection of gear is really second-to-none if you appreciate quality, craftsmanship and timeless style (believe me, I’ve spent hours looking). And one piece in particular really caught my eye  this week– those boots you see at the top of the page: the Frye Prison Boot. The name sounds intimidating, to be sure, but the styling potential and quality are actually quite relatable — even if they are the same style of boots made for … wait for it … the Arkansas prison system.

Leather laces and a stone-tumbled finish also add unique character to these boots.

Leather laces and a stone-tumbled finish also add unique character to these boots.

The Frye Prison Boot comes in a rich Cognac colorway, and the boots themselves are, quite incredulously, tumbled with stones for a beat-up, broken-in look. Crucial details like a Goodyear welt construction ensure supremely sturdy quality, and the thick leather laces are also a nice touch. Make no mistake, these are not a pair of boots to be trifled with. The price certainly reflects that — it outstrips nearly every entry on this site’s recent list of best men’s winter boots. On that note, there are definitely brands (like Thursday Boots) who can offer cheaper winter boots and in more sizes (these guys only run up to size 12 via Huckberry). Even with that hefty price tag, the Frye Prison Boot is the type of boot you can take out and use again and again with a ton of outfits — season after season. Think slim corduroys plus a navy crewneck and a chambray shirt (as in this week’s #OOTD entry), for starters. And as long as you reach for something like a chambray dress shirt, they could even add character to something as refined as a slim charcoal suit. The point is this: the color is rich and versatile, the quality is self-evident, and the design touches (like the prison number stamped on the heel) add a little something extra — enough to the point where you just might wish you had a pair the next time you step out in the snow.

Tell me — would you consider buying these boots? How would you style them?