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I got mine but they might be a bit narrow. I've got a size 9.5 if anyone is interested

pics?
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Can't wait for mine, picking them up later.
What last are they on?
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^74945.  My new favorite, at least for suede.

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pics?

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Just have a nighttime indoor shot

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Beautiful.  Congrats all of you.

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Those Chukkas look terrific.
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They are quite comfortable. The suede seems softer to me than other brands for being lined. It has a nice texture but there are a couple of rougher patches in the not as noticeable places. Not that big of a deal I guess, certainly at this price. I'd get more boots from Enzo, but maybe not dressier stuff because of the chunkiness of the welt.
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Maiden voyage:



These are a thing of beauty. Can't believe I've waited this long to put them into rotation.


this is such a great combination on a phenomenal style. It is one of the best double monks around as well! So elegant and sleek with that extra texture of the grain doing even more for it!

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Yes sir agree 100% icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Maiden voyage:



These are a thing of beauty. Can't believe I've waited this long to put them into rotation.

 

Mine went to the races yesterday, and I'll confess, I spent more time looking at my feet than the horses.

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So these are my first chukkas - are these supposed to be worn tight at the top (around the ankle)? Or loose for mobility
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So these are my first chukkas - are these supposed to be worn tight at the top (around the ankle)? Or loose for mobility
How is the fit for you in this last?
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They are quite comfortable. The suede seems softer to me than other brands for being lined. It has a nice texture but there are a couple of rougher patches in the not as noticeable places. Not that big of a deal I guess, certainly at this price. I'd get more boots from Enzo, but maybe not dressier stuff because of the chunkiness of the welt.

The "house cut" might be considered a bit sturdier than many Italian makers, but I find the single leather soles to be quite dressy none the less. I guess for a super dressy and sleek look there's always Blake Rapid, this is very sleek. I'd love to see people try this out more if they are into the market for sleek dress shoes or loafers.
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Maiden voyage:



These are a thing of beauty. Can't believe I've waited this long to put them into rotation.

What are the details in this makeup? A bit more out there than most, but damn it looks good!
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