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Carmina for Epaulet Grey Suede Steinbeck Boot

Great Boots, nice to have something different for the rotation

Patek

Pros: Goes great with tweed and flannel or jeans

Cons: Not the most versitile and not for salt and snow.

I got these in the special order two years ago and they were my first pair of Carminas so I was not sure how the last would fit. These run true to size and the last looks slim but is very comfortable. These go nicely with fall and winter materials such as flannel and I have a flannel suit that I like to pair with them. I have received quite a few complements on these from people that know what...
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Great, classic boot

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J. Crew Rugged Classic Boots by Red Wing

J. Crew Rugged Classic Boots by Red Wing

“These boots, made for J. Crew and listed as Red Wing 4183, are a fine example of a job well done. They break in easily and then fit like a glove. The leather ages beautifully and applying a bit of shoe wax improves appearance and durability of the surface. With proper care and attention as well as resoling when necessary, these boots should last for years to come.” --_cameosis_

100% Positive Reviews
Irish Setter Men's 838 Wingshooter 6" Waterproof Lace-up Boot

Irish Setter Men's 838 Wingshooter 6" Waterproof Lace-up Boot

“i wear these everyday on my canteen route in the winter and am on my 3rd year with them. may need a resole next year, i keep mink oil on em and the leather is like butter.lined with thinsulate and nice fit. ” --seanhorween

100% Positive Reviews
Edward Green Galway

Edward Green Galway

The Galway is a most classic English Country Boot, yet quite urbane by today’s standards. Combining a shaft of supple Walnut Country Calf and the forefoot of smooth Dark Oak calfskin with Dainite soles and a smart tapered round toe, these shoes glide easily between dress and casual occasions. Wear them with a suit when the morning weather is sub-par or on a snowy Saturday stroll.

Alden Indy Boot 405

Alden Indy Boot 405

Recognized world wide as some of the finest shoes available, you may never need another pair but you will certainly always want more Aldens. The Indy Boot was made famous when Harrison Ford insisted on wearing them in Indiana Jones. Leather upper Leather lined Good Year Leather welt constuction True Balance Last

Allen Edmonds Men's Malvern Boot

Allen Edmonds Men's Malvern Boot

“I own these in brown smooth calf. The quality of materials, construction, and workmanship is all top notch, which comes as no surprise to me as I own more than 20 pairs of Allen Edmonds. Dollar for dollar, you won't find a better shoe than Allen Edmonds. There is only one problem, and that is the width. This shoe is on the Allen Edmonds #1 last, the same last as their best selling Leeds,...” --blue suede shoes

100% Positive Reviews
Carmina for Epaulet Grey Suede Steinbeck Boot

Carmina for Epaulet Grey Suede Steinbeck Boot

“I got these in the special order two years ago and they were my first pair of Carminas so I was not sure how the last would fit. These run true to size and the last looks slim but is very comfortable. These go nicely with fall and winter materials such as flannel and I have a flannel suit that I like to pair with them. I have received quite a few complements on these from people that know what...” --Patek

100% Positive Reviews
Crockett & Jones Tetbury

Crockett & Jones Tetbury

Tetbury, a plain fronted chukka boot made from the finest antique nubuck or suede with Dainite rubber soles. For the Men's Main Collection.

Crockett & Jones Islay

Crockett & Jones Islay

Islay, a full brogue derby boot with wing tip design and bold punching detail. Made from the finest scotch country grain calf and Dainite rubber soles with storm welts for added water resistance for the Men's Main Collection.

Crockett & Jones Milton

Crockett & Jones Milton

Milton, a unlined version of the plain fronted 'Tetbury' chukka boot made from fine, soft suede and single leather soles. From the Men's Main Collection.

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