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Gold combat boots and belt ordered after seeing those. Thanks for the push Mike.
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Looks great, much better in person. Thanks for hosting the missus and I today.

 

@gyasih great seeing you guys too! Thanks for stopping in, and great choices on the sneakers

 

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Gold combat boots and belt ordered after seeing those. Thanks for the push Mike.

 

@tkliebert thank you sir, happy to be your enabler :devil:

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Gold combat boots and belt ordered after seeing those. Thanks for the push Mike.


Can't wait to see those!

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Onesie PJs: Carters
Shoes: Alden x Epaulet

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^^^like a boss 👍👍
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I have a pair of the natural horsehide sports trainers - do they size any differently than the regular sports trainers? Not sure if it the leather makes any difference.

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I have a pair of the natural horsehide sports trainers - do they size any differently than the regular sports trainers? Not sure if it the leather makes any difference.

 

@jvillal nope, there won't be any real difference between the two. I'd definitely advise getting the same size. 

 

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^^^like a boss 👍👍

 

@fairlynerdy fo' real! I like those St. Bernard PJ's too. 

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Can anybody share their Olive Marl EFF SC, please? I was so close to pulling the trigger, and I want to see how they came out!!

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@justinkapur
 dude. that looks great! The Navy Twill right? 

You got it! With our wet and cold weather itll probably get worn again tomorrow!
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I must concede that I'm another owner of the combat boots that hasn't posted photos yet. They fit TTS and are a definite D in width, I wear light boot socks or dress thickness socks with them as heavier fare would be too tight. I would order your normal dress shoe size and you'll be happy as the last has a more narrow fitted heel and roomy, but non spade like toe box. The boot itself is much sleeker and lighter than a normal, round nosed "jump boot" or rough, heavy lugged trench boot. It's more a clandestine operations boot since it could easily be worn with a suit or chinos and the zipper makes airport security or shoes off house parties easy. I really recommend them and have to purchase another pair in gold museum.
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Do the 9.5, I think that's right. You could be either 9 or 9.5, but the 9.5 is very safe. If it's big, then it won't be big by much 

 

Thanks, its done.  :fistbump:

 

I ordered a 9 in the Chelsea, I think they'll be fine toe box looks big enough...  Visiting the LES store in May, so I should clear all doubt about future inquires. 

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Onesie PJs: Carters
Shoes: Alden x Epaulet
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He probably should have sized down a bit more. nod[1].gif
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He probably should have sized down a bit more. nod[1].gif

He can grow into them
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I must concede that I'm another owner of the combat boots that hasn't posted photos yet. They fit TTS and are a definite D in width, I wear light boot socks or dress thickness socks with them as heavier fare would be too tight. I would order your normal dress shoe size and you'll be happy as the last has a more narrow fitted heel and roomy, but non spade like toe box. The boot itself is much sleeker and lighter than a normal, round nosed "jump boot" or rough, heavy lugged trench boot. It's more a clandestine operations boot since it could easily be worn with a suit or chinos and the zipper makes airport security or shoes off house parties easy. I really recommend them and have to purchase another pair in gold museum.


Great write up. Thanks.

 

It's as I thought. More of a great looking dressy combat boot than a sh*t kicking combat boot. Maybe too "dainty" for casual wear and jeans? Upon seeing photos, my first impression was they sort of reminded me of English country boots a la Edward Green etc..

 

Sorry to sound critical. I am actually looking forward to getting mine.

 

I ordered the gunmetal. I went with my Brannock size.

 

Considering the Mocha as well.

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Great write up. Thanks.

 

It's as I thought. More of a great looking dressy combat boot than a sh*t kicking combat boot. Maybe too "dainty" for casual wear and jeans? Upon seeing photos, my first impression was they sort of reminded me of English country boots a la Edward Green etc..

 

Sorry to sound critical. I am actually looking forward to getting mine.

 

I ordered the gunmetal. I went with my Brannock size.

 

Considering the Mocha as well.

This doesn't look like a boot you're about to wear out into a war zone (unless you're air force or a scouting party), more of a garrison or on base look if we're sticking with military.

 

Not "dainty" at all though. Would go great with everything from jeans to a suit while traveling. 

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