Nothing lowtop. Preferably chunky footwear to offset the drop crotch look.
Never a fan of his pods, much prefer his cropped pants.
imo they look better with the laces at top loosened, too many people try to blend them with skinny jeans like this, which is also not very uncomfortable.
I sold my blistered ramones after walking 5 miles in them one day and feet hurting after. Thought a long time about getting vegan ones for the lighter upper but my impression was that the firm soles and weight were the main problems.
Really liking Memphis pods, they go great with non-rick tech stuff similar to cargos. I don't think they necessarily need chunky footwear and they're not very big on me. I just haven't been able to find anything interesting enough.The sock ramones/scubas are too plain.
I wanted to love it cause the quality is so good but it fits like a damn potato sack and if I size down, my arms would pop through like the hulk.
I really don't understand Rick's production process.. for a guy always harping on about body building, I don't know ANY body builder types that have been able to wear any of his leathers.
New Season is really good though and the cuts seem to be less severe and a bit more refined for the current styles. Even though nearly all the leathers I've seen are 100% made in moldova now, there are some incredible leathers that rival the golden days.