In case you weren't aware, the 1982 cult film Blade Runner just received a second instalment, which hit theatres on October 6, fronted by Canadian pretty boy Ryan Gosling.

As GQ's Jake Woolf reminds us, Gosling's previous starring roles in The Place Beyond the Pines and Drive incited a renewed interest in vintage band T-shirts and souvenir jackets respectively. Now for Blade Runner 2049, Gosling assumes the role of a police officer in a dystopian, futuristic Los Angeles, and he's got the boots to match.

Listed on Amazon as the Bates Men's 6 Inch Strike Side Zip Waterproof Tactical Boot, the boot above is basically the functional, utilitarian counterpart to other popular fashion silhouettes from Fear of God and Kanye West's Yeezy label. Our first on-foot glimpse from the film itself comes complete with a nice dirt patina, but you can pick up a brand new pair for just $129.95.

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