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post #76 of 275
I like and own a pair from steel-boots.com. (I have the 15 holes). Not docs, but they're mean stompy boots and rivet approved. Made and shipped from Slovakia.
post #77 of 275
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
35% off at www.dmusastore.com until Dec 20th

code DMFF3508 at checkout, free shipping as always

Get Smart, you just cost me $97.50.
post #78 of 275
wow i love those monkey shoes! how are they in size. if i genereally wear an 11 what would i wear in these? how do they look with slimmer tapered jeans? im assuming amazing!! lol.
post #79 of 275
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Get Smart, you just cost me $97.50.

and you didnt even get a reacharound
post #80 of 275
wait, didnt notice the white bottoms with the white background! dont like it as much, but would you say they are pretty clunky looking, or smooth?
post #81 of 275
the Doc Marten monkey boots suck

this is the one to get, made at the original Northampton UK factory by Solovair. only avail in Oxblood for the time being



post #82 of 275
The "James" boot looks nice, do you know if it is made in England?
post #83 of 275
^^ no it's not but that shouldnt matter because it's well made. If it were stamped MIE you wouldnt think otherwise
post #84 of 275
A store near me has all Doc's 20% off, I am so very tempted. Some 8-hole Cherry's would be sweet.
post #85 of 275
Couldn't pass this sale up, grabbed a pair of cherry red 1460s, made in china. Eventually decided that the extra money for the Made in England stamp wasn't worth it, on my budget. 65$ shipped is a fucking steal considering how much I love my black MICs.
post #86 of 275
I still own a pair of brown leather basic DM boots from the early 90s, the typical "grunge" fashion ones all the kids were wearing back then. I was thinking the other night of preparing a road emergency kit to stuff in my car trunk (I'm paranoid about getting stranded in winter on the road) and thought these would make perfect boots for such a thing. Warm, tough, big enough for thick socks. But I'm not sure I'll ever wear them on the street anymore as part of my wardrobe.
post #87 of 275
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
^^ no it's not but that shouldnt matter because it's well made. If it were stamped MIE you wouldnt think otherwise

Damn, maybe I'll just get the 8-hole James in brown to go with the MIE blacks I just bought. Maybe my wife will let me start building a closet in the garage.
post #88 of 275
I am a 9.5D using US sizing. Do Doc Martens fit true to size?
post #89 of 275
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Originally Posted by Charlatan View Post
I am a 9.5D using US sizing. Do Doc Martens fit true to size?

all of mine feel .5 size small

9UK should fit you perfect
post #90 of 275
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
all of mine feel .5 size small

9UK should fit you perfect

Thanks!
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