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post #61 of 73

Last week my little brother found them at Burlingtons in Philly for $39

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Here's a pic of some tan suede wallabees i got off ebay for only $29.99 (free shipping). I figured why not, being that they were only 30 bucks and in my size (6). I know a small majority find these shoes wearable, but i just thought i'd share. I like mine (though that prob doesnt mean much).

Also sorry the picture doesnt truly represent the color, the floor is a similar color to the shoes and the lighting is bad
post #63 of 73
I had a teacher in high school who wore wallabees everyday; he had 3 different pairs and said he's had at least one pair since he was my age. He said they were the most comfortable shoes he ever had so I went out and gave them a try. I bought the tan suede and they truly are the most comfortable shoes I ever had. I wear them every day now, but I do avoid walking in grass and stuff with them because they do get dirty. They are definitely not in style and it's only me and my teacher that wear them, but I dress very simple and don't care much on how I look. I actually got complimented by two different girls so far for having my own style of shoes. I love these shoes and will continue to wear them!
post #64 of 73

Wallabees boots are nice as hell. For me they're a perfect blend of moccasins and chukka boots. I used to consider them a dad vibe but Breaking Bad, Raekwon, and Ghostface made me come around. I got some on Amazon for about $80, which is good considering the store in my city that was trying to flip them for over $200.

Kind of a low-quality photo, I know...

post #65 of 73

English made or Chinese made? The Chinese retail for about $120 but the English made ones cost more

post #66 of 73

Anybody own the padmore and barnes "original p204" ? i.e:http://bit.ly/pdnbarnes 

Looking to buy for fathers day, wondering hows the quality/fitting/ 

thanks

post #67 of 73

Yay big time I own many pairs...Just discovered Padmore & Barnes. These are in kelp suede.AppleMark

post #68 of 73
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Originally Posted by dreamsburndown View Post
 

Wallabees boots are nice as hell. For me they're a perfect blend of moccasins and chukka boots. I used to consider them a dad vibe but Breaking Bad, Raekwon, and Ghostface made me come around. I got some on Amazon for about $80, which is good considering the store in my city that was trying to flip them for over $200.

Kind of a low-quality photo, I know...

 

post #69 of 73
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Originally Posted by Rumpelstiltskin View Post
 

English made or Chinese made? The Chinese retail for about $120 but the English made ones cost more

This is an absurdly late response. The $200 were Chinese made as well, so the mark up made even less sense. I've never seen English made Clarks in store.

post #70 of 73

AppleMark

 

chalk suede 

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AppleMark

 

AppleMark

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post #73 of 73
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

I always think Wallabees make guys look like they're in the third grade. They are just too clunky and fuzzy. But, I am a big fan of the Desert Trek. It's got a lower profile and is a tad less clunky. The Desert Boot is even simpler. I like to wear my Treks and walk really fast down the sidewalk pretending I'm Richard Ashcroft in that Bittersweet Symphony video.

Nay on the driving shoes unless you're actually driving. My 2 cents.

mate, richard ashcroft wears wallabees in that video

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