There’s a certain pride in making a shoe in the same place that it’s designed. English footwear stalwart Walsh knows a bit about this, having produced footwear in Bolton, England since 1961. Named after the area of Bolton where the shoe is produced, Walsh presents a new colorway of their Lostock silhouette for Fall 2013. This rendition of the classic runner comes executed with supple, premium olive leather around the upper, accented by an earth-toned panel along the sidewalls. The decidedly inset outsole is colored white and given black tread. Small details like the company name and United Kingdom flag at the tongue add a sense of heritage. Look for this colorway of the Walsh Lostock at retailers such as COMMONN for £89.00.