I guess the cottesmore is technically a "country boot" for horseback riding (lol)... but yeah, it's more streamlined even tho it has a double sole. I haven't actually worn mine yet, but will wear with slim denim with a blazer and tee. not in a tweedy kinda way, but more of a city kinda way if that makes sense. the more rounded toe, blucher style seems better with the tweedy look. I was just thinking that unless you really want a storm welted boot, you could get a similar style with a single leather sole. I think those look a little more proportional than the super chunk style.
Edited by Parker - 11/1/12 at 10:09am