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post #12526 of 12663
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Buy and Sell.

It is referring to that division of the forums.

ohhhhh ty
post #12527 of 12663
Which Red Wing boots do you recommend? I went to two local dealers (via the store locations link on the website), but most of the boots looked more work oriented; I'm looking for a dressier boot that is suitable for wearing with jeans, khakis, and the like. I couldn't tell which models the boots were which the stores had to offer (all they said was "comfortforce"). I believe one pair they had were these: http://www.redwingshoes.com/productd...px?prodid=1009
post #12528 of 12663
All RWs are workwear-oriented. The Gentleman Traveler (1911???) is the dressier model but it's still a bulky silhouette.
post #12529 of 12663
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Originally Posted by KitAkira View Post
All RWs are workwear-oriented. The Gentleman Traveler (1911???) is the dressier model but it's still a bulky silhouette.

Yeah, I'd start thinking outside of Redwing if you want something dressier. Epaulet (an affiliate - see clickable banner at top of screen) has some really nice boots right now and you might get a SF discount still, but I'm not sure. Those Thorogood horsehide boots look awesome (p2)

http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/t.../23/Categories

Also, check out the 'Streetwear shoes and boots' thread here for more ideas.
post #12530 of 12663
Well, I realize they're not extremely dressy. But I've seen a lot of people recommending them/wearing them (in the WAYWN threads) with street wear, and some of them are a bit cheaper than brands like AE. Just not sure which models I should be after.
post #12531 of 12663
What's your price range? Redwings go for $200-300 right? I am sure you can get a decent chelsea boot or cap toe boot in that range.
post #12532 of 12663
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post
What's your price range? Redwings go for $200-300 right? I am sure you can get a decent chelsea boot or cap toe boot in that range.

Well... I'd like to stay bellow $200, preferably $150. The Red Wings I saw at my local stores were going for about $150. But I'm not sure which model they were.
post #12533 of 12663
Quick question. please pm me if you think you have a good answer. What are the best options to buy scandinavian brands online? i know oi polloi isn't bad and that acne and whyred have their surplus sites--anything else?
post #12534 of 12663
how do raf mainline button up shirts fit? im usually between a 36 and a 38 so i dont know which to pick..
post #12535 of 12663
Description of suit on website:

Wool blend chaulk stripe two-piece suit: Two-button sport jacket with peaked lapels, chest pocket and slash pockets. Center vent. Matching trouser with front slash pockets and rear welt pockets. 12" rise. 38" inseam. 20" leg opening. Available in Navy. Made in Italy. Wool/cashmere. Dry clean.

38" inseam makes sense since pants are unhemmed. but a 20" leg opening??? what does that mean? does that have to be a typo?
post #12536 of 12663
I'm a 7.5 in Quoddy, Usually a 7.5 in most shoes. Regular width. What size should I go for in Common Projects, Achilles? 40?

Thanks
post #12537 of 12663
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Description of suit on website:

Wool blend chaulk stripe two-piece suit: Two-button sport jacket with peaked lapels, chest pocket and slash pockets. Center vent. Matching trouser with front slash pockets and rear welt pockets. 12" rise. 38" inseam. 20" leg opening. Available in Navy. Made in Italy. Wool/cashmere. Dry clean.

38" inseam makes sense since pants are unhemmed. but a 20" leg opening??? what does that mean? does that have to be a typo?

http://www.barneys.com/Chalk%20Strip...efault,pd.html

Did you look at the picture that shows trousers with nowhere near 20" leg openings? Tpyo.
post #12538 of 12663
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Originally Posted by roundheadlights View Post
Did you look at the picture that shows trousers with nowhere near 20" leg openings? Tpyo.

lol. that's what i thought but i didnt know if maybe the measurement was for some other part of the suit like leg opening up by the crotch or something weird.
thanks
post #12539 of 12663
should you size up on low-rise jeans? Ie if your normally a 32, and you get a pair of jeans that have a 7 or 8 inch rise, should you move up to a 33?
post #12540 of 12663
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Originally Posted by FourFemur View Post
should you size up on low-rise jeans? Ie if your normally a 32, and you get a pair of jeans that have a 7 or 8 inch rise, should you move up to a 33?
Not if it's going to mess up other measurements, just get a cut with a higher rise
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