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post #46 of 80
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Originally Posted by DECEMBER View Post
cap-toe.

btw. i'm in love with these shoes i dont give a fuk what you say. You think everyone has to have the same style? go suk a nut retard.

fuk oph
post #47 of 80
These boots are ok (for cheap boots), as long as you do not mind kidskin, just not in this particular color.
Black, brown, or gray versions are fine.
The style has nothing to do with Dr. Martens, it is actually a really old Stacy Adams style, has been around forever.
The last shape also looks "vintage" or "old school".
post #48 of 80
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Originally Posted by The Snob View Post
Here's a great example of dark jeans and light shoes from the Sartorialist recently

See, it can be done!

But yeah.. these shoes are much more masculine than the ones you posted. Plus, the nude tone is highly preferable to the cream.

Not everything from the Sartorialist looks nice. This looks like a panhandler in my the subway. Seriously.
post #49 of 80
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to each his own, but i'd do him. heh heh.

It looks like he stole his mom's jeans and then mugged some hobo for the rest of his outfit - but I'm new here.
post #50 of 80
[quote=acidicboy;1958620]This is your question:

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Would dark jeans go well with light shoes like these?/QUOTE]

This is my answer:



And we're talking about THESE, btw:





lol

post #51 of 80
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Originally Posted by DECEMBER View Post
http://www.zappos.com/images/751/751...20090409124757

dark jeans / black jeans .. my imagination isn't working right now.
or is that a big no-no?

Think I should get them in black.. or brown..

What a disgusting pair of boots. Looks like the residue of a vicious session of Japanese scat porn.
post #52 of 80
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by AlSailor View Post
These boots are ok (for cheap boots), as long as you do not mind kidskin, just not in this particular color. Black, brown, or gray versions are fine. The style has nothing to do with Dr. Martens, it is actually a really old Stacy Adams style, has been around forever. The last shape also looks "vintage" or "old school".
Any idea who makes these kinds of boots in higher quality? I've searched and searched and this was the only brand I could find that makes victorian style men's boots.
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What a disgusting pair of boots. Looks like the residue of a vicious session of Japanese scat porn.
Well, that color is taupe. It's not like it's a color that's never been used in clothing before so enough with the bad similes. Hm.. my apologies to AcidicBoy btw, I guess he was commenting on the color. Something wrong with my brain in interpreting information earlier. I thought you were giving me a sarcastic response since that's usually what people give me on these forums. I also assumed that those shoes must go with at least a certain color pair of pants... otherwise why make them? But I guess not.
post #53 of 80
post #54 of 80
i think the following link will lead you to the original manufacturer of the shoes you originally posted. as for the shoe itself i dont think it is ugly...the colour...yes. i agree with the haters: no!

http://www.riverjunction.com/catalog.../mensshoe.html

you might consider the Red Wing Iron Ranger (random google link) as well.

Calm down now, guys.

you help no one, when puking in other´s threads.
post #55 of 80
[quote=Bob Loblaw;1958799]
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Originally Posted by acidicboy View Post
This is your question:




This trhread is EPIC. Sorry, I have tears in my eyes from laughing so hard.
post #56 of 80
The McQueen boots you posted are dress boots similar to these Grenson boots but without the back lacing: or these from the Rider Boot Company: The Stacy Adams boots in your OP have open lacing so even though they have a similar shape they are not technically a dress boot. You should do a forum and google search using the terms "dress boots", "oxford boots" and "balmoral boots" if you are looking for alternatives to the McQueens. Try these threads for starters: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=71926 http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...=balmoral+boot
post #57 of 80
There you go. (Funny how people will go nuts over spectators and the other sort of nuts over these boots)
post #58 of 80
you know rs232, this is quite a helpful answer.
post #59 of 80
Terrible, terrible shoes.
post #60 of 80
Thread Starter 
lol rs232, nice. nuffsaid, that thread led me to hawaiisoul where shoes cost $1000+ and 6 months wait.. f that.. (someday though... someday) balmoral is nice. anything in the 100-200 maybe 300$ range and within the US? and possibly two-tone? I'm still searching. btw what does 888 last / 82 last / xx last refer to I couldn't figure it out, has something to do with the sole? edit: search seems futile
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