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post #1891 of 3344

I know a couple of you have already seen these, but I wanted to share them with the boot guys!

 

Saint Crispin's Mod403 in Russian Calf (RUS075), leather sole with taps, copper exposed eyelets and hooks.

 

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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post
 

I know a couple of you have already seen these, but I wanted to share them with the boot guys!

 

Saint Crispin's Mod403 in Russian Calf (RUS075), leather sole with taps, copper exposed eyelets and hooks.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

As a boot guy, I can certainly appreciate the beauty and sheer goodness of these boots.  And you're taking some pretty good pics, tif!

post #1893 of 3344
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post
 

I know a couple of you have already seen these, but I wanted to share them with the boot guys!

 

Saint Crispin's Mod403 in Russian Calf (RUS075), leather sole with taps, copper exposed eyelets and hooks.

 

OI'll say it again, Killing it with these.

 

Would love to see some post wear/action shots, please 

post #1894 of 3344
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Originally Posted by Faster View Post
 

OI'll say it again, Killing it with these.

 

Would love to see some post wear/action shots, please 

All in due time!

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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post
 

All in due time!

 

 

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Originally Posted by JSO1 View Post
 

 

 

Hoping to take some nicer pics this or next weekend, then I'm going to start wearing. 

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post
 

I know a couple of you have already seen these, but I wanted to share them with the boot guys!

 

Saint Crispin's Mod403 in Russian Calf (RUS075), leather sole with taps, copper exposed eyelets and hooks.

 

 

 

I'm a shoe guy but I still like them. LOL​

post #1898 of 3344
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Lol. That pic is cut off. I have the complete one - if you look at the feet, skeleton dude is rocking some uncreased Alden Ravello NST boots.
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Lol. That pic is cut off. I have the complete one - if you look at the feet, skeleton dude is rocking some uncreased Alden Ravello NST boots.

LOL.

 

Prove it.

post #1900 of 3344
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post

I know a couple of you have already seen these, but I wanted to share them with the boot guys!

Saint Crispin's Mod403 in Russian Calf (RUS075), leather sole with taps, copper exposed eyelets and hooks.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Jeezus - almost a shame to walk around outside with them.....or, do you?
post #1901 of 3344
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Jeezus - almost a shame to walk around outside with them.....or, do you?
Not yet. But I will.
post #1902 of 3344
Hi gents:

I'm in the market for some boots. I am looking for some boots that would go with jeans and maybe chords (maybe even khakis). I just bought and returned a pair of vibergs. Excellent craftmanship but just too bulky for my tastes. I like the look in general but just not quite as bulky. Maybe chukkas are more up my alley? Dunno but I would love a pair of boots that are substantial enough like vibergs but without the bulk. Any recommendations in the $300-600 range? The Indy Aldens are nice but I'm going for the viberg look.
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Hi gents:

I'm in the market for some boots. I am looking for some boots that would go with jeans and maybe chords (maybe even khakis). I just bought and returned a pair of vibergs. Excellent craftmanship but just too bulky for my tastes. I like the look in general but just not quite as bulky. Maybe chukkas are more up my alley? Dunno but I would love a pair of boots that are substantial enough like vibergs but without the bulk. Any recommendations in the $300-600 range? The Indy Aldens are nice but I'm going for the viberg look.

If I were you and especially since you liked Vibergs but not the bulk, I would look at Trumans.
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If I were you and especially since you liked Vibergs but not the bulk, I would look at Trumans.

 

I don't yet have experience with Trumans.  They look very similar to Vibergs.  Are they truly less bulky?

post #1905 of 3344
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Originally Posted by gumercindo View Post

Hi gents:

I'm in the market for some boots. I am looking for some boots that would go with jeans and maybe chords (maybe even khakis). I just bought and returned a pair of vibergs. Excellent craftmanship but just too bulky for my tastes. I like the look in general but just not quite as bulky. Maybe chukkas are more up my alley? Dunno but I would love a pair of boots that are substantial enough like vibergs but without the bulk. Any recommendations in the $300-600 range? The Indy Aldens are nice but I'm going for the viberg look.

 

Alden makes a ton of different style boots, from quite dressy to very casual.  Why not peruse some Barrie-lasted Aldens?

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