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post #1231 of 2206
I have the Herring Chiswick II by Barker which is a nice suede full brouge. It is just inside your price range IIRC.
post #1232 of 2206
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Hello,

Anyone knows where I could find these suede boots or perhaps some similar to this one, with low sole and round front? They don't even need to be boots per se, just have those features/be similar.
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those look like Wings+Horns x Dayton service boots.
post #1233 of 2206

^I believe you hit the nail on the head, sir. Thanks!

 

Just did a quick Google search and they seem impossible to find nowadays. Just my luck!

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Thoughts about Church's Ryder lll chukka boots in darkbrown suede?

post #1235 of 2206
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Thoughts about Church's Ryder lll chukka boots in darkbrown suede?

 

Crepe or leather soles on chukka boots for this iGent.

post #1236 of 2206
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Crepe or leather soles on chukka boots for this iGent.

My Testonis are like that. My Branchinis have a Dainite sole that is very slippery.
post #1237 of 2206

Or na I will go with the C&J Chiltern in darkbrown suede. Since I tried them out today and they were perfect (I know my C&J size) the church's would I have to order online and i'm pretty lost with the sizes, will not take chances. Will pay little extra for the C&J but well worth it.

post #1238 of 2206
fyi...for those of you who like the look of distressed suede, I posted up a tutorial of how to use Otter Wax to get that effect on suede

it works on suede jackets and boots and shoes

tutorial is at the bottom of this link:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/308795/oiling-down-suede-is-it-possible-how-benefits
post #1239 of 2206
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Originally Posted by NorCal_1 View Post

fyi...for those of you who like the look of distressed suede, I posted up a tutorial of how to use Otter Wax to get that effect on suede
it works on suede jackets and boots and shoes
tutorial is at the bottom of this link:
http://www.styleforum.net/t/308795/oiling-down-suede-is-it-possible-how-benefits

Thanks.

post #1240 of 2206
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Edward Green, Malvern, 82 Last, Mole Suede.
post #1241 of 2206

^ perfect 

post #1242 of 2206

Can someone help me understand the modifiers that accompany descriptions of various suedes? E.g. Spoo's EG Malverns are "mole," various C&Js are "polo," Cheaneys "plough," etc. Are these all color indicators? or do they have something to do with the properties of the suede? I assume that "repello" is treated to repel water/stains. Is that right?

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I live in the tropics, where it's always (by most gents' definition) summer, and that's style.
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What do you guys think about these Mark McNairy Longwings? Are they too formal for a senior student at high school?

I usually wear oxfords, polos, cardigans, v-necks and jeans to school. My other shoes are chelsea boots, desert boots and converse, so I would like to buy some new suede lowtop shoes,

but I am not sure what kind of suede shoes that will fit a guy like me.

 

What do you guys think about shoes with brick sole? "Hot or not?" 

 

 

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post #1245 of 2206
I do like the aesthetic of them for a super casual setting, but I would imagine they would take a beating in a high school pretty fast.
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