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Another addition to my boots collection, Crockett and Jones Hoy.

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Picked these up from the C&J factory on Friday!

It was between these and a pair of coniston in light brown.

Do you think they are too fancy for casual wear?
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Oh no, I don't think so at all!   Nice looking boots.

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Picked these up from the C&J factory on Friday!

It was between these and a pair of coniston in light brown.

Do you think they are too fancy for casual wear?

 

Great looking boots. They're very much a country style so no, they look just fine with casual wear. Especially once the new shoe sheen has worn off a bit and they've started to crease a bit.

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I can't presently imagine a shortwing brogued derby boot that I could consider too dressy for casual wear.  

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Thanks guys!

I guess when you are used to wearing sneakers, anything remotely leather seems more fancy!

I bought the tetburys as a smarter boot a few months ago.

It was a toss up between the Skye 3 and the coniston in light brown - which would you have gone for?
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Thanks guys!

I guess when you are used to wearing sneakers, anything remotely leather seems more fancy!

I bought the tetburys as a smarter boot a few months ago.

It was a toss up between the Skye 3 and the coniston in light brown - which would you have gone for?

 

These are a colossal upgrade from sneakers - may that trend continue for you unabated.

 

There's not better or worse choice between Skye and Conniston, IMO - both excellent boots with slightly different style.  The good thing is they are different enough that getting one of each in different colours would not be redundant. :D  So the only question is which to get first.  And again, there's no wrong answer.

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Hey guys, I gotta tell ya that I have really been enjoying looking at all your boots and seeing all the different styles and brands. It's really been a eye opener for me. I'm hooked
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My Lofgren cognac Badalassi engineers after 6 weeks of wear, i can't believe how quickly these evolved. Also the most comfortable boot i've worn in years.

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First wear...

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First wear...

Nice😜
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Recent pick-up EG Galway in cognac crup/dark brown Utah calf...

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Sweet!!   What is EG Galway?

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Edward Green (maker)
Galway (model)

Basically the best derby style boot going. Of course everyone can have their own opinion, but 9 of 10 agree wink.gif
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