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Thoughts on Frye boots?

post #1 of 30
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I am currently in love with the Frye Arkansas Boot.



They are $160. Am I stupid for wanting them? is there something better? Personally I think they are awesome.
post #2 of 30
I like Fryes, and will probably pull the trigger on a pair of harness boots this winter. EDIT: And since there's been a recent discussion of Vass combat boots, I'd say $160 qualifies as "econo" in these parts.
post #3 of 30
I have some Harness boots. The only qualm I have with them is they are a bit narrow for me, though considering I have very large feet, your mileage may vary.
post #4 of 30
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I really want those boots. How they fare in the winter i don't know (seeing as they're "low") but god damn I want them.
post #5 of 30
There is no comparison to the brando boots which I am going to pull the trigger on in a couple of minutes. Hmm Hmmm Hmmm.

post #6 of 30
Nevertheless I think frye boots are probably the best bang for the buck. The leather is nice and supple, the workmanship is great and the price is not $500 like some of the Paul Smith sissy stuff that I see in Blue Bee. Although, the Paul SmithXTriumph boots made me cream my thong panties... and I don't even wear thong panties.
post #7 of 30
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Originally Posted by rnrswitch
Nevertheless I think frye boots are probably the best bang for the buck. The leather is nice and supple, the workmanship is great and the price is not $500 like some of the Paul Smith sissy stuff that I see in Blue Bee. Although, the Paul SmithXTriumph boots made me cream my thong panties... and I don't even wear thong panties.
link?
post #8 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by rnrswitch
There is no comparison to the brando boots which I am going to pull the trigger on in a couple of minutes. Hmm Hmmm Hmmm.
Are there any good sources for Frye online, or are you just going through their website and paying retail?
post #9 of 30
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Arethusa
Are there any good sources for Frye online, or are you just going through their website and paying retail?
I tried finding boots at lower than retail, but to no avail. zappos have em, but they are more than retail there (i think)
post #10 of 30
There are OCCASIONALLY lots of Frye available at significant discount on STP. I now regret not pulling the trigger on some black harnesses when I saw them.

Where are you getting yours?
post #11 of 30
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Originally Posted by knucks
link?


Please tell me you want a link to the boots, lol!
post #12 of 30
Frye boots are great. I have a pair that is over 10 years old and going strong. They get better with age IMO. I should snap some pics so you can see them.
post #13 of 30
Please do. A friend of mine bought a pair on eBay and had nothing good to say about the quality, so I'm a little dubious when it comes to Frye. Then again, maybe quality's different with Frye's women's stuff. Still wish some of those boots came with slightly lower heels, though.
post #14 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by rnrswitch
Nevertheless I think frye boots are probably the best bang for the buck. The leather is nice and supple, the workmanship is great and the price is not $500 like some of the Paul Smith sissy stuff that I see in Blue Bee. Although, the Paul SmithXTriumph boots made me cream my thong panties... and I don't even wear thong panties.
Yeah, the PS for Triumph stuff was amazing, did anyone ever figure out where the hell to buy it?! I couldn't even find a link on the site, even though they had pics of it all over...
post #15 of 30
The Pink Palace of Goodness in LA had all the PS Triumph gear, but obviously it's not at the stores anymore.
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