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My Guidi lace-ups are the most comfortable shoes I own, backzips are decent but I wouldn't wear them walking more than 5-10k. Depends on the model and your foot - just try 'em on
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agreed as well... regularly spend 12+ hours comfortably walking/standing in donkey derbies
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Yes!! Guidi lace-up boots are really comfortable with insoles. Guidi leathers like donkey, kangaroo and calf are super comfortable. 


Edited by joewood - 6/22/14 at 11:22pm
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I speak from personal experience, so I have an idea of what I'm talking about. Try before you buy.
post #12005 of 12561
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

I speak from personal experience, so I have an idea of what I'm talking about. Try before you buy.

Maybe Guidi is not good for your feet. Saying Guidi's are not comfortable is just wrong. 

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It's not wrong. Are you daft?
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

I speak from personal experience, so I have an idea of what I'm talking about. Try before you buy.

 

Sounds like they're speaking from personal experience too. Unless you're being intentionally inflammatory.

 

Sizing right I've found most of the shoes in this niche are perfectly comfortable and fine to be worn for long periods. Nothing's going to beat a sneaker though.

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What kind of leather is IS by Individual Sentiments rigo-cow? Personal experiences?

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Dunno the specific part of the cow. I believe the rigo part refers to the patterning on the leather, which I also believe is done by 'laser'. If you're after more details then try checking in with Holger.

 

I've got the sling messenger style bag in the leather; it's matte, dry, and has a delicate texture to it. Not as heavy as you may expect yet still tough. I don't baby my bags and it's held up with minimal scuffing.

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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

My Guidi lace-ups are the most comfortable shoes I own, backzips are decent but I wouldn't wear them walking more than 5-10k. Depends on the model and your foot - just try 'em on

I believe it was your post that convinced me to buy my first pair of Guidis, the one where you hiked or walked all over the country side in them that it turned your feet black from the dye of the leather?

Put me on the list of the happy customers for Guidi, they were even better after I got them topied.
post #12011 of 12561
Guidi are super comfortable.

Those Lost + Found boots are hideous and I can't imagine how one would wear them unless they are Mad Max or something.
Edited by ClambakeSkate - 6/23/14 at 9:03am
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Originally Posted by fistinyoface View Post

Sounds like they're speaking from personal experience too. Unless you're being intentionally inflammatory.

So, dude says I don't know what I'm talking about after I voice an opinion based on my experience (and offer advice as to how one can avoid the same experience) and I am the one being inflammatory? satisfied.gif
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I've also found guidi to be super comfy. But I have duck feet, so narrow stuff doesn't work at all for me. Definitely a good idea to try before you buy, as all feet are different
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My guidi 988 in soft horse have been extremely comfortable. However, when I first bought them I was recommended to size up 1 full size (and I incorrectly believed I was a 43.5 rather than a 43). I'm selling them but as soon as they sell I'm going to order another pair in the correct size (TTS, 43, with the expectation they will stretch to fit).

Echoing the posts above, I've been incredibly happy with them (except for having ordered the wrong size). The leather and comfort are amazing, albeit, I have not used them for hiking, just city walking.
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Guidi's (991 for me) are ok for my comfort wise. They fit well especially after they stretch out, but for walking, even being out on my feet for half a day, I've found the soles to be too thin and unforgiving. Maybe it's better on the double sole models, but prefer the double soles on my augustas or just sneakers whenever I know I have walk a lot.

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