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Quote: Originally Posted by sockpuppets I prefer this. +1 except it's typical of J Crew jackets on me. The medum is too billowy. The small is too tight in the shoulders. I've also tried on the fatigue jacket, and it looked like it had just been trampled by a stampede of elephants.
To brave a Northeast winter, should I buy: A) a Red Wing GT for around $200-$225 or B) a Chippewa 25290 for around $140
How do GT's handle in snow? I'm deciding between them and the Chippewa 25290 to brave a Northeast winter.
In you're in NY, check the Levis store on lower Broadway. I think I saw one of these jackets there last week.
Quote: Originally Posted by Kensington I don't think they are made solely to accentuate a mans behind. I think they are made to have a superior fit in general. First line on their pants section: "Our pants make your butt look great with our signature fit through the waist, hips, and thighs." http://www.bonobos.com/store/cat/pants/fabric
Quote: Originally Posted by scb this forum loves to hate bonobos because they used to be bootcut only. my straight leg bonobos have an awesome fit, though Nah, it's because they're designed solely to accentuate your ass.
A question for those who have an Indy with a commando sole.... Do you wear your's in snow and if so how does it hold up?
Quote: Originally Posted by bows1 Their leathers aren't bad but the fit is pretty terrible, at least on me. But not much fits me OTR there. I actually like the designs of their women's leathers a lot, they had bone colored band collar DR with perf leather last season. It was awesome Actually I snagged a medium version of that jacket at half price a few weeks back and it fit rather snuggly, which is good.
Quote: Originally Posted by 1up Think so? I've still got another 3 months before it starts to snow :| Think I should just opt for the leather beeswax? I have beeswax, and they're great. But I just wear them with mostly light-colored khakis in later spring, summer and early fall. Don't know how could they would look with dark denim. Beeswax gets considerably lighter as you wear them (they scuff considerably). I don't like a whole lot...
Any suggestions on a decent work boot <$250 with a lug sole that handles well in moderate snow?
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