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I found Grenson Archie brogues for ~$200 from an overseas vendor. Once I figure out if I'll get killed by customs fees, I'm wondering which, if either, is a good shoe. I'd like to wear with both jeans and rivet chinos.

There's the tan option:

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And then this isn't the Archie, but it's the other color the Archie is available in:

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option 1
post #16788 of 38336
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post
Pretty far from S2A's usual design. I wouldn't buy a retro parka from them, just as I wouldn't buy, I dunno, black jeans from Woolrich.

Thanks - you're probably right. I'm probably getting carried away by the bargain price.

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Originally Posted by SammyJ View Post
For the bags, I'm feeling number 1. Looks more versatile. Plus I can't really get a good glimpse at the second and it looks like it hangs too low.

+1
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Originally Posted by defan View Post
I found Grenson Archie brogues for ~$200 from an overseas vendor. Once I figure out if I'll get killed by customs fees, I'm wondering which, if either, is a good shoe. I'd like to wear with both jeans and rivet chinos.

There's the tan option:

Personally I'm a big tan fan, but the others are nice enough.
post #16789 of 38336
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post
My instinct wants me to say ditto, but I think shirts with a pattern like this, in long sleeve, can be a little garish!

Congratulations on your first reply that makes sense
post #16790 of 38336
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post
Pretty far from S2A's usual design. I wouldn't buy a retro parka from them, just as I wouldn't buy, I dunno, black jeans from Woolrich.

It is pretty far from what they normally do, but I like it. I'd say go for it IF the price is right
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post #16792 of 38336
^No
post #16793 of 38336
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
+1 (although I'd prefer it with long sleeves).

I actually experimented with one of the popovers a month or so ago and really like it...it's basically going to be for going on holiday to warm climates or the few days a year when Belfast reaches 20oC
post #16794 of 38336
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Originally Posted by Rosenberg View Post
It is pretty far from what they normally do, but I like it. I'd say go for it IF the price is right

Sod it, it's down to £55 at Cocosa, at that price if the construction is half decent it's too much of a steal. I like the styling and would have to pay 3 or 4 times as much to something similar from one of the heritage brands...
post #16795 of 38336
fuckkkkkk tween kop bomber with zero hesitancy. so sick.
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post #16797 of 38336
Ew, gross.
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Made in USA. Short as fuck inseam though.
post #16799 of 38336
I like the blue ones
post #16800 of 38336
garbstore foreman's coat in tan
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