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Thanks!

In desperate need for some clean side- or backzips and I can't find any Carpes or Juns, which are by far my favourite.
Not sure if I should take Guidis or Butteros though.
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Honestly you can not go wrong with guidsbackzips. Have a1923 and my guids are still getting most of the wear. Amazingly versatile and great looking boot. Getting a second pair soon this time in full grain horse. They go well with every pant/jeans i own ( unlike a1923 etc) Dont hesitate!
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Jun and wjk are often on YJ; also check out Lien, Vadel, Attachment and Kazuyuki Kumagai.
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Honestly I have mad problems navigating through YJ, how do you guys do that?
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What explicitly are you having problems with? Not hard to type in "wjk ブーツ" or whatever into the search and go through the results.
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he wants someone to do it for him
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Maybe I didn't phrase that the right way:
I meant often I have problems with some infos, for example the shipping costs or the condition of the item, since google translater doesn't really work all that good.
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just remember back to grade school where 'A' is the best and 'D' is a fail. That should tell you enough about the condition and the provided photos
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Quote:
Originally Posted by filcol View Post

Maybe I didn't phrase that the right way:
I meant often I have problems with some infos, for example the shipping costs or the condition of the item, since google translater doesn't really work all that good.

Google translator should work OK in most scenarios. For worrying about shipping costs, best to just ignore it, since they're going to be negligible compared to what it's going to cost to ship it to your country from the shopping service. Read the link my sig if you're new to buying from Japanese sites.
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anyone have any pics of some reverse camel leather boots that have worn / aged? curious what I'm in store for with these m.a+ staple boots down the road a bit and I don't have a crystal ball.

 

thanks


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Jun S23's fit TTS?
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So I got my first pair of Adiciannoveventitre shoes. The upturned toe feels really strange and tense. What  happens to the upturned toe after breaking the shoe in? Does the upturn go away completely? Does it stay but feel less tense?

 

Will the cobbler have trouble putting vibram on it?

There are two layers of horse leather which makes the shoe squeak alot. Will the squeaking go away over time?

 

It is the same model as this one, but the toebox on mine is a lot more upturned.

 

 

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The length of your foot will determine whether it will flatten out the toebox.

 

As for squeaking, this is what has always worked for me, well one of two options: talcum powder applied liberally in the shoe or moisturiser rubbed on the insole.

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