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Thanks, @eckblk
. But seriously: "RvGGiNe?" That's just silly!

Rust in Italian is 'Ruggine'. Using V for U comes from Latin. Capitalize all consonants and viola!
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Rust in Italian is 'Ruggine'. Using V for U comes from Latin. Capitalize all consonants and viola!


Yov MaKe iT Sovnd So eaSy(Y?)!

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Been a awhile boot thread-

@docdocgs It looks like RvGGiNe (Rust).

@jpc9 selling some killier l0 gear on here:
https://www.grilled.com/users/4684-jpc9/wardrobe


- old style fat tornado is icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif (IMO). Comfy right out of the bag. Shape is less severe and easier to work with.

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Mine is here but no time for pics.
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*Liberte (dark green/navy) / Layers London










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a1923 Derby looks good, a1923 chelsea looks hideous
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kinda thinking about ordering a pair of m_moria boots. definitely lace-up, goodyear welted and regular cordovan shell but beyond that I haven't decided on the details yet. thinking perhaps the classic ankle boot or a slightly taller variant, maybe the AA last (slightly upturned, not too chunky) in a darker shade (either a black black or an undertone of green or grey?). any thoughts, considerations, advice on sizing, etc. gentlemen?

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Seems like a chelsea boot is something where you really want it to look sleek as fuck.

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Damn someone buy those
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Wrong thread


Edited by wakiem - 6/3/16 at 11:17pm
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Probably should go into shoe care thread
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what exactly did you ask your cobbler to do?
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

Probably should go into shoe care thread

 

Ah yes, sorry, moved it to here now: http://www.styleforum.net/t/228153/the-official-shoe-care-thread-tutorials-photos-etc/18390#post_8461223

 

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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

what exactly did you ask your cobbler to do?

 

To fix a loose seam + resole them.

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Originally Posted by wakiem View Post

Ah yes, sorry, moved it to here now: http://www.styleforum.net/t/228153/the-official-shoe-care-thread-tutorials-photos-etc/18390#post_8461223


To fix a loose seam + resole them.

yikes, fixing a seam is one of those things that is risky. fixing soles for a cobbler should be something very common and most should know. whatever those shoes are wear them as beaters and maybe cover the seam issue up a little with black wax.
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