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smooth soles = slippery. I had a pair or RM Williams boots with a smooth rubber sole that I slipped and fell while wearing multiple times in the winter, until I decided that was crazy and sold them. topy is probably a bit better than leather in the winter in terms of "slippery proof" but once they get worn down to the point they are smooth, they are no better or actually worse I think. some people say dainite is slippery but it's been ok in my experience. something like...
as someone who has worked with online promo codes for years, my guess is they just screwed up by not excluding Aldens. its humans who create these codes, and normally the person who actually creates it in their back end system is a relatively low level employee following the instructions of someone higher up the food chain. these people, like everyone else, are prone to mistakes, especially when the logic behind the code probably mandates extra work to exclude certain...
I wear all my shell in all conditions with no reservations. the only thing I pay attention to is the sole (prefer commando/dainite/crepe in wet/winter)
Thanks Mac.These are Alden for the Wright Shop
any guess on this last?
I'm sure you take care of your shoes as well as anybody does, but given the 50?100?200? pairs of you have, your 20+ YO wingtips might have been worn literally as many times as my 2 year old boots.
these are really awesome, if you were 8.5D I probably would have robbed you by now just kdding, mostly
vintage Florsheim run TTS. if they are 10.5 A it means they'll fit 10.5 A, not 9C or 12 AAAAA putting 9C in the header is misleading and spammy
every Viberg boot I've seen either has a horrible looking sole (most of them) or a raised toe that looks like clown boots.
anyone else have to readjust their ankles/shins to wearing boots after the summer? all summer I only wear flip flops or loafers or boat shoes or the occasional blucher - then for fall I go back to boots. but man my shins/ankles hurt the first few wears - but now my boots feel as comfortable as ever. almost like I needed to develop some resistance to wearing boots again?
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