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post #10801 of 16378

Does anyone know what kind of boots and jeans the guy in this picture is wearing?

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post #10802 of 16378

anybody have bape clothing and shoes size 7 us , all whites , black and white or camo
 

post #10803 of 16378
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Originally Posted by weinzelee View Post

anybody have bape clothing and shoes size 7 us , all whites , black and white or camo

 

Wrong forum try Hypebeast
post #10804 of 16378
I'm looking for a pair of simple black boots, leather or suede.

I like the 1000 mile but leather sole isn't practical for Montreal's winter. I like the shape but its a little too workboot-esque and I'm looking for something with a slimmer profile and narrower toe.

Four Horsemen x Viberg service boot looks pretty perfect but I'm wondering what other recommendations you may have.

I'd also add that trickers/grenson/churches are nice but I fear they'd look to clunky and clown-shoe on me. Same with Redwings. I'm only 5'7", about 125lbs.

Thanks!
post #10805 of 16378

Bapetalk is still around too 

post #10806 of 16378

Looking for a pair of simple black leather or suede boots.

 

I like the Wolverine 1000 Mile boot but the leather sole just isn't practical for Montreal's winter. I think the silhouette is nice but slightly too workbook-esque, looking for something with a slimmer profile and toe and a more substantial sole, not a boot to hike Everest but not a precipitation-free boot. Something classic, understated and versatile that will become more beautiful with age.

 

I really like the 4Horsemen x Viberg Service boot but wondering what my other options might be. I'm not a big fan of Redwing, Grenson, Churches, Doc Martins, or Trickers because I think they'd look to clunky and clown-shoey on me since I'm a pretty slim and short dude (5'7", 125lbs, 34" chest, 28" waist, size 40-41 shoe)

 

In an ideal world these boots would have a narrow toe, a non-obnoxious platform sole. I'm not really interested in Chelsea style boots because I personally don't love the look on myself unless the proportions really worked with my body type. 

 

I recently bought a pair of Canadian Army Parade boots at a surplus store, they seemed to look alright when I was in the store but when I wear slim or tapered pants they look silly, luckily I didn't drop too much coin on them and I can still use them to do manual labor/yard work.

 

Any recommendations?

Thanks!!!

post #10807 of 16378
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Originally Posted by wrblow View Post

Looking for a pair of simple black leather or suede boots.

 

I like the Wolverine 1000 Mile boot but the leather sole just isn't practical for Montreal's winter. I think the silhouette is nice but slightly too workbook-esque, looking for something with a slimmer profile and toe and a more substantial sole, not a boot to hike Everest but not a precipitation-free boot. Something classic, understated and versatile that will become more beautiful with age.

 

I really like the 4Horsemen x Viberg Service boot but wondering what my other options might be. I'm not a big fan of Redwing, Grenson, Churches, Doc Martins, or Trickers because I think they'd look to clunky and clown-shoey on me since I'm a pretty slim and short dude (5'7", 125lbs, 34" chest, 28" waist, size 40-41 shoe)

 

In an ideal world these boots would have a narrow toe, a non-obnoxious platform sole. I'm not really interested in Chelsea style boots because I personally don't love the look on myself unless the proportions really worked with my body type. 

 

I recently bought a pair of Canadian Army Parade boots at a surplus store, they seemed to look alright when I was in the store but when I wear slim or tapered pants they look silly, luckily I didn't drop too much coin on them and I can still use them to do manual labor/yard work.

 

Any recommendations?

Thanks!!!

you could always get a half sole put on the wolverines. thats pretty common thing to do. 

post #10808 of 16378
That or get some Red Wing GT or Beckman.
post #10809 of 16378
Buttero
F+B
W+H x D
post #10810 of 16378
How are Emporio Armani leather jackets in terms of quality and fit? I spotted a nice lambskin one, and was wondering if its worth paying $500-600. Thanks.
post #10811 of 16378
Hi this is my 2nd post.

I am 17 and have no job as my parents won't let me. What stores do you reccomend shopping at. I want brands that will last me when I am a man. My doctor said I have stopped growing. I am 6'1 at 185. I think I am still growing however.

I don't know what brands are good and are some designer brands like Calvin Klein good? I have a few things from express, gap( dark wash bootcut jeans), American eagle, and buckle. What do you style men recommend.

Also, I have been looking for colors that compliment my skin. I have fair skin with freckles. I have brown eyes and a rare dirty blonde hair color( according to a lot of women, is lovely). I look on the Internet for what colors to wear, but they either contradict each other or agree on certain terms.


My clothing list:
Dress shoes( dark brown, and black, captoes or wing tips)
Dress pants( will be 1st pair)
Chinos( I don't have any)
Need new casual sneaker
Some dress shirts and sweaters for winter time.
A classic black leather moto jacket.
post #10812 of 16378

Is there a reason why your parents wouldn't let you have a job?

 

With no income, you're not going to be able to afford anything that will last years. 

post #10813 of 16378
Looking to buy more OCBD, usually go with Jcrew. Ordered some Uniqlo ones waiting on those to arrive. Any other brands i should be looking at that are decent fit/quality and they aren't super expensive
post #10814 of 16378

With the 40% off on Karma loop I am looking for recommendations on what brands to get. Specifically looking at long sleeve flannels/shirts. Have no idea what is quality and what isn't.

post #10815 of 16378
Quick question on boot fit.

Picked up my first pair boots - Frye Arkansas and love them - been breaking them by wearing them around the house. Sized down 1/2 which might not quite be enough. However, starting to be concerned that they're just a *little* big. I recognize that early on there should be a little bit of heel slip. Unlaced (so not exactly accurate), if I jam my foot forward as far forward as possible there's around 1/2" of space. In addition, when I first started breaking the boots in they were quite snug around the but now I'm concerned that there's a decent amount of movement. I am wearing the socks I would use.
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