The distressing is just chemical or paint. There is no actual wear like you would get normally from a beat up shoe. I never had a shoe smell like this before so must be what they used.
Edited by Jbidwal - 2/16/16 at 6:10pm
If the Santiag's have a topy/vibram protective sole it will cover the branding. specific to the santiag boot it was more up towards the toe rather than the normal spot near the heel.
Those look legit, they are the concho santiag,
I guess you have never seen the rest of the SLP SS15 collection.
Also these are probably the most quality boot that SLP has made, AFAIK Santiag's are the only boot built with a goodyear welt construction.
Different flavors for different tastes.
if you are not familiar, its better to not say anything.
Thank you. I'd only been looking at used ones so the letters had already been worn off. I checked out new ones after this and saw it. I thought it was weird how everything else was so correct and there was no branding by the heel.
Just curious how accurate is the nut + brown suede on websites? some look darker, some look lighter...but need the closet representation of the nut / brown suede wyatt 40's.
Nut to me looks better than tobacco/tan
but brown looks rather dark, but need to see the more accurate picture that somebody can describe in person.
niceeee. I wonder how this outfit would look if you switch your black wyatt to brown instead
btw how tall are you?
gud idea, i find my self wearing the browns like 9/10 times and 1/10 for the black ones
the browns are surprsingly versatile i didn't know beforehand that they would work so well with black jeans and of course the classic combo with washed indigo, as for darker indigo i'm not too sure maybe black? i don't normally don those combo tho