Originally Posted by shahanshah
Wow then my 3 emails seem pretty simple in comparison. Big ups to wrongweather, forum affiliate. They worked through the checkout hiccups and were quite generous.
I never had this issue before, but I guess Norse Store was too vague on the customs forms. They were asking if they were open toed, close toed, meant for work, recreational activity, asked if they had steel tips, or of they were constructed of a certain percentage of rubber, pvc, etc.
Originally Posted by scott.m
It's really just the off-season for me. I'm happy in White Qlo Tee, junya jeans and vans, no need for more sometimes. Will definitely be doing the blue oxford heavy though.
I hear that. When it's 90 some degrees outside, I'm not thinking about styling on anyone, my ass is just trying to stay comfortable as I can.
Originally Posted by Teger
i have a really high instep/lot of forefoot volume so insoles almost never work
fuck, i don't think NBs are that ugly. what is peoples beef with them? they're a chunky profile sneaker which looks good with tapered hems/rolled shorts. is it just that a lot of IT nerds where them? so what.
i have a pair of GATs but they just aren't as comfy as my old ones. i had an awesome pair of paul smith sneakers which i totally trashed.. now they're gone
over the summer im on my feet 13 hours a day, and i want something that doesn't actually hurt to wear. i have 2 pairs of seavees but one is kinda trashed and one is brand new, and both are fucking agony sometimes.
If you want the NBs, go for the NBs man. PF Flyers are pretty cheap and comfortable too, much more comofortable than Chucks. Rod Lavers are pretty nice for beaters too and you can get them on the cheap. I have a pair of the white perforated ones and they're getting rocked out this summer and pretty comfortable so far with slimmer than average profile for a sneaker.