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Originally Posted by cbfn View Post

More info please.

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Originally Posted by Farhad19620 View Post

God knows which line it is but feels like a mixture of leather , rubber and plastic. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Wonder what line that is... haven't seen an FX lasted shoe since AS had their revamp. Their Exclusive line is one of the most competitively priced footwear, at least in my experience.

Regardless, sorry it didn't work out.
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AS current offerings are the best quality to value from UK manufacturers. Unfortunately, your shoes ain't one of them, but how much you paid for them probably reflect on that too, I guess
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Originally Posted by wurger View Post

AS current offerings are the best quality to value from UK manufacturers. Unfortunately, your shoes ain't one of them, but how much you paid for them probably reflect on that too, I guess

Yes you are right, (buy cheap buy twice) it cost be around GBP 180 which will now go in the bin!
I think this is pig leather as I have never seen such rubbish in my entire life! you can not wax it or polish it as the finish is more like rubber/plastic then leather?
Oh! why do I even look at anything besides my favourites JL. EG , C&J, Viberg or Trickers! You would think at this age I would have learnt my lesson by now LOL)-
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It looks like they are made from leather for american footballs. Probably a durable leather.
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In my experience all my shoes are from AS and have been of very high quality esp for the price. Most pairs are from after their revamp and a few before and only had good impressions. Everything from the build quality to finish and leather is great! I've never come across that type of boot from AS either.
Very pleased with mine...sorry to hear about your experience.
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does the AS Moore in uk 7.5 similar in size to Carmina Uk 7.5 in rain last? 

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AS Alex jodphur boot



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Good to see the Alex pop up! I think it's one of the most attractive boots made by AS; it's paired well with the 724.
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