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post #3931 of 4102
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Not 100% sure how much it ran but I been wanting to do it but the price for 1 pair is about $150-200 more than the Epaulet price. I know their were 2 runs and on the first run the python was relatively darker than the 2nd MTO run. I personally really would like it to be more the color of the 1st MTO run:



thoseare simply outstamding.
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Sure they are....if you are a pimp or drug dealer smile.gif
post #3933 of 4102
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Sure they are....if you are a pimp or drug dealer smile.gif

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post #3934 of 4102
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Sure they are....if you are a pimp or drug dealer smile.gif

The sentiment of a no - style, high - waisted pants guy with drool and his Morrison ' s cafeteria turkey gravy spotting his ecru button down with the button missing on the gut because you outgrew it a decade ago.
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Sure they are....if you are a pimp or drug dealer smile.gif


The pictures from distance look surprisingly good. Like a well patinaed calf leather.

post #3936 of 4102
How about something in gray suede like LA Guy's chukka boot?
post #3937 of 4102
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The sentiment of a no - style, high - waisted pants guy with drool and his Morrison ' s cafeteria turkey gravy spotting his ecru button down with the button missing on the gut because you outgrew it a decade ago.

Not quite my friend smile.gif your barking up the wrong tree there. I'm only 30 so I wear my pants quite low. I can appreciate different tastes. All the same, materials like that are best suited for a pair of cowboy boots.
post #3938 of 4102

Serious question: when would the python shoes ever be appropriate? What would you wear them with/to?

post #3939 of 4102

The python and lizard stuff always strikes me as tacky, same with fur.  The animal is usually killed only for their skin and the rest is thrown away.

post #3940 of 4102
Beez the same can be said about calf skin
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Originally Posted by kwanon View Post
 

Serious question: when would the python shoes ever be appropriate? What would you wear them with/to?

 

@wj4 has a great fit from a while back of the pythons with a gray suit. Classic everywhere except the pythons -- looks great. Wear them like you'd wear brown shoes.

post #3942 of 4102
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Beez the same can be said about calf skin

Yeah, true.  Just my opinion and personal line in the sand.

post #3943 of 4102
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@wj4 has a great fit from a while back of the pythons with a gray suit. Classic everywhere except the pythons -- looks great. Wear them like you'd wear brown shoes.

I can appreciate them and without reserve say those are a work of art. I think some people could definitely incorporate them into some really tasteful fits and do it well. That said, they just don't mesh with my personal style. It could be my style hasn't evolved enough, or that it leans a different direction, but I can appreciate those while knowing that I would not personally wear them that much. Actually, I think it is likely that way because I just don't wear suits rarely at all, and I imagine those would go the best with suits.

post #3944 of 4102
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Beez the same can be said about calf skin

More likely the rest of the calf is made into veal.
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Originally Posted by aldenwear View Post

The sentiment of a no - style, high - waisted pants guy with drool and his Morrison ' s cafeteria turkey gravy spotting his ecru button down with the button missing on the gut because you outgrew it a decade ago.

I don't fit that demographic, but I don't like the python shoes either.
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