$325 / $200, by Eastland
Founded in 1955, the Eastland Shoe Corp. was known for producing some of the finest shoes in New England. In the late '90s, it started making shoes elsewhere, but the company recently rebooted its domestic manufacturing heritage via its popular Made in Maine collection. But just because the brand returned to its roots doesn't mean its designs have to stay there. Take this Falmouth boat shoe for example. Made from hardwearing and handsome Horween leather, it's been imprinted with a genuine Realtree camo pattern, and sits atop a durable rubber outsole—perfect for whatever summer can throw at it. What's more, the shoes are also currently on sale, so stepping into a pair of these just got a whole lot more affordable.