Originally Posted by deem
I would like to buy the Filson duffle bag size medium or large. Slightly used is ok. I would like to try to get it by thursday or friday for a weekend trip, so please pm me asap. Thanks!
I'm pretty sure there is one in the B&S "Other" Thread...
Originally Posted by number9dream
Do the LHS's have decent arch support? Most loafers do not (and make my feet hurt as a result).
i believe there is a steel shank in the LHS for some support. But they also have a low instep and for some that can be an issue...
Originally Posted by jhcam8
Why couldn't you wear these w/denim?
I def can wear it with denim, but I'm an apc petit standard guy vs a Levis 501 guy. I guess it's about being overly preppy haha...
Originally Posted by HorseHide
+1 But...understand how the Van last fits (for me it isn't as simple as just sizing down a half size like with the Barrie)
Totally agree on van last being tricky to fit...
Originally Posted by CTYGGG
I know these aren't the WP PG boots but this LS makeup is worthy of consideration...http://www.leathersoulhawaii.com/201...boot-lsw-lsbh/
That is exactly what I wanted the MTO group to make, in ravello or cigar shell. Sigh.
Originally Posted by lemmywinks
So the million dollar (400-500 dollar) question... WHICH COLOR
Indy Boot seems to fit me because it has the lowest profile among the SF-endorsed boots. Better for all the biking I will be doing I suppose.
I guess I'll wait a year because I just don't feel comfortable with a pair of $400-500 boots sitting around a dorm room. I'll stick to the Katahdins and Desert Boots for now.
I don't know where you...
Originally Posted by Roguls
Gentlemen, somehow I scored the Cigar Pitt boots, so, I will be selling my Black Shell Pitt boots shortly. They are a size 10, so PM me if you are interested before they go to the B/S. They are like new, worn a half dozen times.
post some pics of those cigar boots pronto when the come in!
Indeed, but the Mac method is posted and reblogged all over SF.
In a nutshell, the mac method calls for NO polish but instead emphasizes the value of cleaning cordovan shoes with a damp cloth, followed by vigorous horsehair brushing and buffing with a flannel cloth--the guiding philosophy being that cordovan is naturally lustrous and that colored paste will eventually dull the natural sheen of the leather