or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Aureus

Quote: Originally Posted by j I know, but in most shoes I can use the edges of my foot for a much less awkward position and better control, and AFAIK most race drivers do the same. I "heel-toe" every downshift by habit now, no matter what I'm wearing, and Speedcats are the hardest of all. Race cars also have next to no space between the pedals. It is likely the spacing of your pedals, not the shoes, that is giving you the trouble. The amount...
Quote: Originally Posted by j Unfortunately, Speedcats are awful for driving in, and I wear a size 11 in them. I can't imagine trying to heel/toe in a smaller size. The sole is so narrow. Also, anything but slim jeans pretty much dwarf them. Try rotating your foot a bit so that you're not just using the width of the sole. The issue for you can be the spacing of the pedals or the width of your shoe. Its called heel-toe because you could...
I pretty much always wear my speed cats or kart cat II with jeans. Sometimes my actual racing shoes. I'm also something of a car fan and like having my feet portray that to anyone knowledgeable, or curious enough to ask what the hell I'm wearing. Even had someone stop and ask 'what kind of shoes are they? what are they for?' Sometimes my dress shoes. Don't have any sneakers outside of a pair of running shoes.
If you don't mind an extra button, go for it, if you do, send it back.
Uh, no. Double Breasted means instead of meeting 'in the center' like a single breast, one side of jacket overlaps the other. You can not button it either way.
You'll find that most people here never cared about those 'trends' in the first place.
Quote: Originally Posted by skalogre That is for people that are pretending to do "the military thing" who have no idea about the fact that you don't actually tuck the trousers in the boots but instead the trousers are tightened (string or elastic) OVER the boots. While there is a string there to do that, it is not done nor is it advised. You tuck your pants into your boots.
I like the 96 hour and wouldn't be caught dead in the Tods. I wouldn't wear either while being 'dressed up' however. For a streetwear I'd like the 96 hour.
The real question, is the P4/5 Getting an EC sticker?
My now since deceased poodle And my chihuahua that I had to give away when I went to college. Going to get another once I leave. Love these dogs.
New Posts  All Forums: