There is nothing I love finding more on our thrifting outings than Bean boots. Growing up in Maine, a pair of weathered duck boots (that is, the rubber moc, the low style) is a badge of honor.
Of course most of the time I don’t find them in my oh-so-ubiquitous size (7.5, message me if you find some!) so they get photographed and put in the shop. The great thing about them is that they get better with age. Leather with a patina, rubber soles with character and a color that can’t quite be matched by any factory.
These never stay long in the shop, but do check back frequently as I seem to have quite some luck finding pretty much any size (other than 7.5!) in my travels.