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Hi SFers, Looking for experience / advice on the Chippewa line for northeast winter use. Work large research u, need to keep some traction on snow and ice and not worry too much about a high end boot hitting the salt. Which of these would you get? http://www.chippewaboots.com/footwear/outdoor/utility/20080 http://www.chippewaboots.com/footwear/original/general-utility/1901M25 http://www.chippewaboots.com/footwear/original/general-utility/1901M32 thanks in advance.
Thanks for all the replies/comments SFers. I agree with most of the comments, and yes wear is a major consideration. #4, 5, 9 are in the worst shape. Ive had the burgundy tassels since 1989. The suede BB's are so comfy its hard to part even though they are pretty worn. Im suprised #1 made many a list- its such a pretty shoe, in great condition (I think I wore it maybe 20 times in the late 1990s) and just to me looks 'sharp'. But yes has a for lack of a better description,...
Thanks J. I certainly agree with the choice of 9 and 4. But I just like number 1 so much- really nice shoe, just might be a bit too out of style for now. Was also thinking the tassel loafer might go.
Hi, Just wondered what you all do to weather/water proof your indy boots. Live in a pretty bad climate in upstate NY and will be using these to get around campus. Have Sno Seal or the Meltonian Water and Stain Protector spray, along with Meltonian cream. Thanks.
Hello SF, First post here and would really appreciate the group consensus on which pairs of shoes may be a bit dated, etc and should be parted with. Ive had some of these since 1990. Ive got my ideas of which should go but lets see what you say. Many thanks in advance. 1. Paul Stuart brown loafer 2. Churchs cap toe lace up 3. Grenson black loafer 4. Paul Stuart black loafer 5. Brooks Bros tassel burgundy loafer 6. Brooks Bros black lace up 7. Giorgio Brutini black...
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