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Quote: Originally Posted by ruben I love those boots, anyone have any idea what they are? Tricker's Stow I believe, or else something that looks like them. http://www.trickers.com/Collections/...ntry_boot.html
I think a slim tapered and slim straight can work fine with some boots. If I were to throw a boot on with those type of jeans I'd probably do something similar to this guy: http://supertalk.superfuture.com/sho...postcount=1158 Tricker's also come in a commando sole, and I know there are some other country boots that do too, like the Grenson Ilkley (one I'm currently eyeing). Most probably aren't waterproof, but they'd likely work well as long as you don't stand in big...
Quote: Originally Posted by jaustin http://www.zappos.com/n/p/dp/1284295/c/744.html [www.zappos.com] I like those, especially Dark Brown/Atlantic. I'm not sure if they're worth paying 30 more than the other two pairs, but the onitsuka tiger line is pretty comfortable from my experience.
I hope not. But imo, If Brits are still wearing them they're not out of style.
He looks like an executive candy striper
I've been searching for a brogue boot and this seems to be a decent deal. http://www.pediwear.co.uk/detail.php?stock_ID=223 The only problem is that there only seems to be one picture of these that exists on the internet. Does anyone know of any other pictures? My major concern is that have no idea what the soles are like on these. Would they be totally impractical and dangerous on ice/snow? I walk quite a bit, so I don't want to die walking up some sidewalk. ...
I think they have some great fits. I tried on some Slim Jims while trying to decide on a good first pair of raw denim and I thought they fit great. But I can't say the same about the look of them. The stitching and design comes off as a little too garish to me. If I were in a place that could get them much cheaper I'd probably pick up a pair, but at the US prices I couldn't justify them over a pair of New Standards.
Try H&M? Quality isn't always the best but the fit and styles are all usually pretty good. For the price you can always replace them if they start to wear down.
Wear them for a while before you wash them. Once they're worn in stretching them back out after washing should be no problem.
Quote: Originally Posted by Fuuma Ok so I'm the only person who still likes the hoodie under a blazer/coat thing? Obviously not if it is ubiquitous. But I don't see anything wrong with it myself as long as it doesn't become one's everyday standard.
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