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post #30106 of 38492
Clark's desert boots

I need something comfortable for walking around this summer. I don't think they're that bad looking and they're relatively cheap. Thoughts?
post #30107 of 38492
wallabies > desert boots

imo
post #30108 of 38492
Most people would probably agree with you but for some reason I can't pull off the Wallabee steez. Of the two, the dbs are much more my style.
I'd imagine they use the same soles and suede though.. what are your opinions on them? They need to be comfortable and hold up for at least the couple months I'm overseas.
post #30109 of 38492

They're comfy shoes once you break them in. Wouldn't walk 20mi in them but certainly nice enough for a long day in the city

post #30110 of 38492
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

They're comfy shoes once you break them in. Wouldn't walk 20mi in them but certainly nice enough for a long day in the city
Good to hear. They'll basically just be used for city walking 90% of the time. I hear the soles aren't good in the rain though.. I'll be spending a majority of the time in London so this could prove a fatal flaw.
post #30111 of 38492

"Not good" is really a matter of how fond you are of Slip 'n Slides.

 

FWIW, I find crepe soles perfectly adequate in Seattle on anything but brick, and would feel fine in London with them.

post #30112 of 38492
Not sure if I should keep this or not, suggestions (and alternatives; blazer with knit sleeves, but not the pier wu because i am not that well off).



It's not for my yohji wardrobe, more so an adjunct to work on my non-yohji slimmer attire. Something more lounge/club friendly but isn't devoid of fashunz.
Edited by Benesyed - 1/3/13 at 7:09pm
post #30113 of 38492
Too much euro too little Yohji for where you want your wardrobe to be I think.
post #30114 of 38492
Not
post #30115 of 38492
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post #30116 of 38492
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Originally Posted by Left Hand View Post

Most people would probably agree with you but for some reason I can't pull off the Wallabee steez. Of the two, the dbs are much more my style.
I'd imagine they use the same soles and suede though.. what are your opinions on them? They need to be comfortable and hold up for at least the couple months I'm overseas.

Pump some wu, especially ghost, and you'll be thinking about the wallabees steez.

But no, the dbs are a staple. Good quality for the buck. and versatile. Back when I had mine I even got them resoled I was so attached to them.
post #30117 of 38492

Would this red Spiewak coat be a versatile wear, or does it scream trying too hard?

 

 

 

 

 

post #30118 of 38492
A ou B?

Haven x Reigning Champ Fleece/Vest

A:

B:

also, anyone know anything about sizing on this?
link to product page
post #30119 of 38492
Would skip red Spiewak.

Haven has pretty detailed measurements...
post #30120 of 38492
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