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First wear of the Kudu Isham today:


Wish Thrope was in another color so I could get it too, like the grey they used to have.


regardless, these are amazing! Just having any Kudu is enough. You will just have to keep us posted on the difference in fit and wear as you use them more.

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First wear of the Kudu Isham today:

Wish Thrope was in another color so I could get it too, like the grey they used to have.

Those look even more spectacular on your feet than they did by themselves.
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regardless, these are amazing! Just having any Kudu is enough. You will just have to keep us posted on the difference in fit and wear as you use them more.
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Originally Posted by fairlynerdy View Post

Those look even more spectacular on your feet than they did by themselves.

Thanks!

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All those boots are amazing but that zug 64 is off the chain!  Wish there was still some zug around.

You have a 64 Galway on order right? CC is pretty close to the Zug
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Taking these out for a test drive





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^^ Make sure you steer clear of the puddles, buddy!

Looking great!
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Just wow
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Taking these out for a test drive





The lace color is perfect too. Those really are spectacular.

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Taking these out for a test drive
  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




 

 

 

Sure took you long enough, you must be a shoe guy or something if you were able to wait that long. LOL

 

 

Looks great!!!

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Sure took you long enough, you must be a shoe guy or something if you were able to wait that long. LOL

 

 

Looks great!!!


thanks man!

 

More like the 90+ inches of snow have necessitated no leather soles 

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thanks man!

 

More like the 90+ inches of snow have necessitated no leather soles 

Yeah I actually figured there was a good reason, but then again I couldn't help but needle you a bit.

 

 

Great make-up sir, Enjoy!!!!

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They look great.  Got to wear them now during the 3 week period per year you aren't getting blizzards.

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@rydenfan, they look spectacular.  They really look pristine, but then you're almost like @mdubs, the no-crease man!  :->>

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Thanks!
You have a 64 Galway on order right? CC is pretty close to the Zug

 

Amazing memory!  Yes, I have a 64 Galway on order, although it's chestnut Utah.  Not as close to zug as CC.  Still really looking forward to receiving them.

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Taking these out for a test drive Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Awesome! Thanks for the inspiration.
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Thread Starter 
Just wanted to repost these from @GabrielOB Instagram.

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