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post #3046 of 3350
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Originally Posted by Chawk806 View Post
 


I'd like to see your Alden unlined snuff chukkas 

Thanks!

 

Not the best photo examples, but took a quick look at my archives for some of the chukkas I mentioned

 

Alden unlined:

 

 

 

Carmina tobacco suedes 

 

 

 

Eidos brown suede more casual rugged vibe

post #3047 of 3350
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Originally Posted by europrep View Post
 

 

Not the best photo examples, but took a quick look at my archives for some of the chukkas I mentioned

 

Alden unlined:

 

 

 

Carmina tobacco suedes 

 

 

 

Eidos brown suede more casual rugged vibe


Thanks a lot Europrep!!  They all look great.  Most days I am dressed casual so really liking your Alden Unlined ant Eidos Brown suede chukkas!!  Much appreciated!

post #3048 of 3350
John Lobb Jodhpur II with October rubber soles.

post #3049 of 3350

When I think of Buday boots, I think of chunky, sturdy, high quality, indestructible and still beautifully finished smart-casual footwear.

 

"Sleek" and "elegant" and "dress boots" generally don't break into the top 10 of the first thoughts that come to mind.

 

At least they didn't.

 

Saw these posted on the Best of Buy and Sell (huge props to @razl ) offered buy super-good-guy @edmorel  and pulled the trigger.

 

 

Hosting provided by FotoTime These are brown museum calf - though my quick pics as I got home in failing light don't capture the mottling effect very well. Overall just a tremendously well-executed pair of Oxford boots. Hosting provided by FotoTime But they ARE Budays, so you know there is some rock solid construction baked in. Check out the gotta-be-more-than-double leather soles and weapons-grade toe taps. Ready to stomp at a moment's notice. Hosting provided by FotoTime Thanks to Ed for the excellent fit advice - they feel great. At least until I try to see which breaks in first - those soles or my feet!

post #3050 of 3350
Wow RogerP. Another great pair of awesome boots on your closet. Nice looking boots.
post #3051 of 3350
I keep thinking about getting a pair of Oxford boots but don't think I wear suits enough to justify them. Do you find yourself wearing them casually at all?
post #3052 of 3350
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Originally Posted by Anm1984 View Post

I keep thinking about getting a pair of Oxford boots but don't think I wear suits enough to justify them. Do you find yourself wearing them casually at all?

 

Nope - pretty much suits and sport coats. If I dressed casually most of the time, I'd be in derby boots most of the time.

Oxford dress boots here:

 

 

 

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Derby boots here:

 

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post #3053 of 3350
^^^^looking sharp RogerP 👍👍
post #3054 of 3350
Agreed, and that's what I thought. As much as I want a pair from St.C I just wouldn't wear them enough. I guess another derby boot never hurt.
post #3055 of 3350

..... and I'm struggling to decide on what to buy for my first pair ......LOL

post #3056 of 3350
My bet is most would say Chukas. I'd say Chelseas they are slightly more versatile especially if on a slimmer last. I wear my JM Weston's with jeans and a t shirt and suits.
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Speaking of master enablers, where is @rydenfan and @tifosi?

@Leaves I'm back after a short hiatus...maybe only part time, though. We'll see. 

post #3058 of 3350
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Originally Posted by Anm1984 View Post

My bet is most would say Chukas. I'd say Chelseas they are slightly more versatile especially if on a slimmer last. I wear my JM Weston's with jeans and a t shirt and suits.
I'm thinking chukkas too. I could find the Weston's
post #3059 of 3350
Damn @RogerP those are serious! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #3060 of 3350
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post
 

When I think of Buday boots, I think of chunky, sturdy, high quality, indestructible and still beautifully finished smart-casual footwear.

 

"Sleek" and "elegant" and "dress boots" generally don't break into the top 10 of the first thoughts that come to mind.

 

At least they didn't.

 

Saw these posted on the Best of Buy and Sell (huge props to @razl ) offered buy super-good-guy @edmorel  and pulled the trigger.

 

 

Hosting provided by FotoTime These are brown museum calf - though my quick pics as I got home in failing light don't capture the mottling effect very well. Overall just a tremendously well-executed pair of Oxford boots. Hosting provided by FotoTime But they ARE Budays, so you know there is some rock solid construction baked in. Check out the gotta-be-more-than-double leather soles and weapons-grade toe taps. Ready to stomp at a moment's notice. Hosting provided by FotoTime Thanks to Ed for the excellent fit advice - they feel great. At least until I try to see which breaks in first - those soles or my feet!

Real boots Roger... and with real leather outsoles!!.:cheers: 

 

Wear them in good health.

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