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Posts by MarioImpemba

So I have been lusting over the Hannover boots lately... and serendipitously they turned up on Gilt.com. Sure, they were only $50 cheaper than they would be from Richard, but it'll be cheaper to return should they not fit... and also I took it as a sign/excuse to buy them. My girlfriend says I need more boots or suits like I need a hole in the head.    PSA: They also have the Lombard up there currently, too.
  x2 Richard was great.   I love my AS's.
  Nice comparison. The Clifton is indeed much more elegant looking, both in last shape and the smaller brouging. The front of the Townley looks like the Wolverine 744LTD.     LOL. Agreed.
 
Getting itchy on the Phillip II MTO.
  This looks great. Do you have a website?
I ride to work in jeans and whatever boots match my outfit.   Riding is inherently more dangerous than being a cager, and something everyone who rides accepts.   You can mitigate serious injury with gear, but you can similarly do so with your eyes and brain.   You think not wearing armored boots is bad, try living in a no-helmet-law state... those people are nutty!
  I love this shoe. Can you get some pics of yours, please?
  Is this for actual motorcycling? If so, I recommend the Grayson: http://www.foxcreekleather.com/60-mens-all-season-motorcycle-jackets/777-grayson-motorcycle-jacket   Reason being, it has provisions for padded armor in the arms and back for actual protection beyond abrasion.   This is something not offered in Schott or Vanson.   A Grayson is on the docket for one of my next purchases for riding.   I have a pair of Elkskin gauntlet gloves from Fox Creek that are great....
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