Everything is wrong with it. The leather is repulsive and looks just horrific. The hardware (as pointed out above) is all wrong and not rusted. The cut, stitching and details are all wrong. Just everything.
All your points are exactly what I was thinking.Can't see how the integrity of the heel is maintained.Also once that thin bottom layer wears off, the friction exerted on the heel as you walk would almost pull the vertical layers apart.....And I'm not sure how you'd vibram those considering a cobbler has to shave down the heel slightly to balance the height....
Thank you. They are a seriously great pant. Phenomenal fabric. Nowhere near as heavy as the military bread breads.LABEL UNDER CONSTRUCTIONMODEL: FRENCH MILITARY TENT OVERDYED PANTCODE: 25FMPN55_LI13_ODCOLOR: 25/4-9 BLACK
I disagree. I totally get it. You pay more for a single red Rolex and even more for a double red Rolex, because they are far far rarer than a standard Rolex.It applies to just about everything in a collectors world. The fewer items there are of something, generally the more valuable they are.