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post #8431 of 12903
Seem a bit long tho
post #8432 of 12903
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Buttero also has a nice suede version:

Is there anywhere to cop these besides the buttero website? Mainly interested in paying in dollars, not euros

post #8433 of 12903
looking for a nice pair of guidis and came across these. they're size 44 and i'm around a 9.5us. any idea if they'd fit?

http://re-porter.ca/shoes/994-full-grain-horse-leather-ankle-boot/
post #8434 of 12903
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Is there anywhere to cop these besides the buttero website? Mainly interested in paying in dollars, not euros

see http://buttero-online.jp but they are overprices on their official website SIGH

nomanwalksalone and barneys ny are the best places to buy their boots at a reasonable price
post #8435 of 12903
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Mainly interested in paying in dollars, not euros

wut
post #8436 of 12903

On alternatives to MMM sidezips, anyone have experience with AllSaints boots? I thought their sidezip looked good and the price is very reasonable, fully lined nubuck for $280... not exactly "baller" leather quality, but nice shape. 

 

http://www.us.allsaints.com/men/footwear/allsaints-lance-boot/?colour=5&category=315

post #8437 of 12903

Heard Allsaints leather quality was trash

post #8438 of 12903
Check out Bexley for some simple black boots. Shape looks alright and certainly better than any fast fashion store like AllSaints
post #8439 of 12903
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Heard Allsaints leather quality was trash

Agreed. The ones I've seen in their stores feel pretty cheap, and are not worth what they're charging.
post #8440 of 12903


Guidi boots back from repair
They did a great job of fixing the broken eyelets and reinforcing the inside of the shoe where the leather had worn thin - you can see the damage on the right shoe in particular where I fell off a moped swerving to avoid an elephant of all things

Honestly, surprised the soft lambskin has survived five years of hard wear. Definitely my most comfortable pair of boots
post #8441 of 12903
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Guidi boots back from repair
They did a great job of fixing the broken eyelets and reinforcing the inside of the shoe where the leather had worn thin

Honestly, surprised the soft lambskin has survived five years of hard wear. Definitely my most comfortable pair of boots

Awesome, now they'll will last another five years of hard wear, most likely more. I wear my boots when it's snowing or raining and I'm pretty sure that they won't fall apart. Only thing I'm worried about are the laces themselves.

post #8442 of 12903
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I fell off a moped swerving to avoid an elephant

 

teach me your secrets

 

seriously though I can only hope that one day my guidis look that beat

post #8443 of 12903

You would've been crazy to throw those out, NN. They look so much better beat up.

post #8444 of 12903
Those looks really good NN, definitely a keeper.

I do not even know how you get those creases by the toe, mine simply doesn't crease in that area as if it has a built-in steel toe.
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post #8445 of 12903
That's because yours have a toe cap whilst NN's don't.
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