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Or a calf chukka. Def not Galway.


The H*** you say. LOL

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I think i can speak for some of you that there is no such thing as a versatile shoe. Every shoe serves a specific purpose. That is what i tell the wifey and it is how I can justify buying more shoes.

A versatile shoe is an excuse for those who want to stop buying shoes. If for example you think that a Chukka gets you covered, you will never experience the joy of a chelsea boot so why would you deny yourself this privilege.
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I think i can speak for some of you that there is no such thing as a versatile shoe. Every shoe serves a specific purpose. That is what i tell the wifey and it is how I can justify buying more shoes.

A versatile shoe is an excuse for those who want to stop buying shoes. If for example you think that a Chukka gets you covered, you will never experience the joy of a chelsea boot so why would you deny yourself this privilege.


Well, that is partly true.

A versatile shoe just means that it can be used in a few different settings, it doesn't necessarily mean it has to be an "all-encompassing" shoe for all occasions (of which, there truly is no such thing).

Having said this, I fully support the notion that even if you may have one (or perhaps a good number of) "versatile" shoes, it certainly shouldn't stop you from buying many more pairs of shoes.

And yes, there only need be one simple reason to buy another pair; you want them.

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Well, that is partly true.
A versatile shoe just means that it can be used in a few different settings, it doesn't necessarily mean it has to be an "all-encompassing" shoe for all occasions (of which, there truly is no such thing).
Having said this, I fully support the notion that even if you may have one (or perhaps a good number of) "versatile" shoes, it certainly shouldn't stop you from buying many more pairs of shoes.
And yes, there only need be one simple reason to buy another pair; you want them.

Well said and I agree!!
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Well, that is partly true.

A versatile shoe just means that it can be used in a few different settings, it doesn't necessarily mean it has to be an "all-encompassing" shoe for all occasions (of which, there truly is no such thing).

Having said this, I fully support the notion that even if you may have one (or perhaps a good number of) "versatile" shoes, it certainly shouldn't stop you from buying many more pairs of shoes.

And yes, there only need be one simple reason to buy another pair; you want them.


Absolutely.

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Another picture of the versatile Shanklin from later on in the day yesterday. Rose petals spontaneously spring forth from their awesomeness.

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Lovely, looks good bud.
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So how often do you guys spray your sued shoes down with tarragon nano protector. If you use them regularly or rarely any help would be appreciated.
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So how often do you guys spray your sued shoes down with tarragon nano protector. If you use them regularly or rarely any help would be appreciated.

I give em a brush whenever they are near the box, but give em a spray 2-3 times a year nod[1].gif
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Are those the shanklins on the site right now?
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Are those the shanklins on the site right now?

Yes sir !!
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Fuck me. They looked darker online

It's like the perfect suede color
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I give em a brush whenever they are near the box, but give em a spray 2-3 times a year nod[1].gif

Than you cleav.
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Are those the shanklins on the site right now?

Was a pre-order from a few months ago and believe a pretty full run is on the site. I should have mine Tuesday and am stoked as hell
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Are those the shanklins on the site right now?

It's the exact same make up.
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