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Had these since 2009. Hated the "redwing look" so I blackened the sole, cleaned up the leather and applied shine to the toes. And swapped laces and lacing style. Now I feel much better about the fact they will probably outlast me; I was originally very irritated at the idea of something I didn't like being so indestructible. [[SPOILER]]
Same here, but we don't get a whole lot of actual downpour. Not the safest idea, but motorcycles have totally redeemed my opinion on my redwing GTs. Blacked out the wood sole, lotioned up the leather and applied a dab of shine to the toes. More comfortable than my race boots, pretty great traction when plodding around.
I mean it is late November, in the 50/60s here, actual rain and such.
Headed to farmer's market to gather supplies for a bacon blue-cheese burger/sandwich. Made homemade pesto with purple basil too. Decided to take a break from all black errthang, feels kind of liberating. [[SPOILER]]
Quilted riders but I wouldn't say no to a moto.
Uggs have made it hard to like suede/reversed leather ann boots.
I wear my GTs exclusively as wet weather boots, been doing that since 09.. naturally that means I wear them days in a row if I need to. I don't know about sweat but rain has never made them so damp I've had problems.
Was pretty cool.Cafe was undesirable, impressionist area was good. Outside was great.
Past weekend:A few shots after a wedding reception. Second is kind of cheesy. [[SPOILER]]
It's the Italian calfskin in olive. Every time I need to go outside I smile when I reach for the jacket. Re: calf v lamb, the break in period really isn't something to be feared. I've got three cow hide jackets and though you'll want to wear it a bit at home first for the creases to set in your arms, once you're good the structure and the way the jacket sits on you makes you feel like a million bucks.
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