A hiking boot at its core, the Cornaro is named after Diemme's favorite pizzeria and is made from wax-treated suede with rubber toe caps and metal D-rings. The Cornaro — which is a sleeker, more streamline hiker than most — is a shoe undoubtedly blurring the lines between hiker and trainer, especially now Palace and C.P. are involved too. This season, the two brands have reimagined the low-cut silhouette in two vibrant colorways of black/lilac and a pleasingly-autumnal ensemble of green and brown hues.