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What are you waiting for? If they fit well, start wearing them often. Life moves pretty fast....
This theory is bunk, man (thermodynamics). Cals in/out is NOT true. lucky to have "good genes" that burn carbs or deal with carbs. Some (very few) do. I look at carbs and gain weight. Every*body* is different, but it is now well established how carb-cycling is terrible for your health.marksdailyapple saved my life, literally. When I follow the formula, I feel amazing, look better, sleep better, and deal with stress better. His basic lifestyle changing ethos would help...
Ummmm...don't your Aldens come with shoe bags? And this looks horrible. Let them breathe and display them proudly. You'll be long dead before the affects of being bare naked in a closet makes a distinguishable difference in the shoes. They, unfortunately, will never reach museum-worthiness in our lifetime. And who the hell cares about the next lifetime, as it pertains to shoes./rant. Sorry.
Take this as constructive criticism: You need to take better pictures. Side profile. 3/4 profile. From these pics I can't really tell what they look like.
This is whiskey.
For your consideration: Alden x J. Crew Tan Suede Plain Toe Boots. Size 10.5D, Barrie Last. These have been worn five times. They are in outstanding condition. The footbed shows barely any wear. These are on a cork rubber sole with brass eyelets and speed hooks. They also have an erco heel (commonly used on original Indy boots). Price includes shipping to lower 48 United States. To ship elsewhere, please inquire via pm.
For your consideration: Alden Whiskey PTB's from The Shoe Mart from a few years ago. SIZE 10.5D, Barrie Last. I've worn them sparingly (about 20 times). They are in outstanding condition. I had toe taps installed. I took photos yesterday in the glaring daylight, so their condition is as pictured. Some scuffs, etc. If you want them to look brand new, a deer bone, brush and hand work will do it. I think they look outstanding as is. Always stored in trees. 575 includes...
Man, my property is a vestige of old-school Orange County (the first OC in the US). I may not deny my roots!I have an excalibur dehydrator...hmmm....
A deer ended up dying on a trail on my property. When the coyotes and buzzards are done with it, which bone should I take for my polishing needs? I'm being serious.
MSAINT's posts are so good. Never underestimate the wicked intelligence of those who are irreverent.
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