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post #50161 of 97052
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Thanks brp2. I wear these when it rains, they've worked well for me.
Leather soul may have some pebble grain boots available, you should check w them.
post #50162 of 97052
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Originally Posted by Don L View Post

No Suede  -

#8 NST's

EP Walt Super 120's

Marcoliani OTC Argyle


Fine combination, DonL.  NSTs are starting to grow on me. nod[1].gif  They look like they could be barrie, but I think they are aberdeen.  Which is it?  Thanks for posting!

post #50163 of 97052
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Originally Posted by MrDV View Post

Great colors. Great combo.

nephew,
thank you
post #50164 of 97052
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Originally Posted by docalden2013 View Post

It's been a hectic weekend. Dear wife and I finally closed on the house after a long odyssey of hard ass bluffing from the sellers and paperwork snafus all over the place on the part of mortgage companies. Looking to set a more relaxed vibe, I decided to attend the closing sockless, feet clad only in shell Uncle earlier noted as "king," color 8:













There was something so calming about dealing with pre-closing jitters by engaging in the Mac Method the night before the main event icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif


I'm hoping for more opportunities to go sockless this summer. This week I'm working on breaking in the snuff suede UPLs from Need Supply (10% off!!)









(sorry for crummy iphone 5 pics)

nephew,
congratulations on your new house
wear your suede in good health
post #50165 of 97052
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Originally Posted by MrDV View Post

Thank you Be. The jeans are by jcrew. I don't have selvedge denim. Do you have a pair you can recommend? Something you pair well w alden boots and lwb.
I like naked and famous left hand twill . it is a beautiful (imo) shade of blue . what fit to buy depends on you but they lack flat felled seams on both sides of the leg making them super easy to tailor
post #50166 of 97052
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Thank you Be. The jeans are by jcrew. I don't have selvedge denim. Do you have a pair you can recommend? Something you pair well w alden boots and lwb.
Why dear sir, your very welcome MrDV. I've been wearing Levi's 501's shrink-to-fits since a bit past the middle of the 20th century. Recently I bought some EP Farm X Selvedge jeans. They are exorbitant in price by my standards for denim, but my girlfriend likes them. EP's got a Walt Slim taupe colored trouser in wool/linen & silk which looks real nice.
Edited by BeSpiffington - 5/7/13 at 12:20pm
post #50167 of 97052
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Originally Posted by MrDV View Post

pebble grain cap toe boots x jcrew



nephew,
wear in good health
post #50168 of 97052
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Originally Posted by MrDV View Post


Thank you Be. The jeans are by jcrew. I don't have selvedge denim. Do you have a pair you can recommend? Something you pair well w alden boots and lwb.

this is a slippery slope of a question...It is really going to depend on cut and style of jeans you like. J Crew does do some quasi-selvedge if you are comfortable with their fit. From their it is really going to come down to American denim versus Japanese denim and the thickness you are looking for. Once that has been decided it will then be how slim of a leg and how tapered of an opening you want. Is this madness starting to sound familiar?? I am happy to make suggestions or help direct any way that I can.

post #50169 of 97052
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Originally Posted by Don L View Post

No Suede  -
#8 NST's
EP Walt Super 120's
Marcoliani OTC Argyle


nephew,
looking good in your nst
post #50170 of 97052
I've been looking for the cigar PTB for a while now and never came across my size in time. I did my weekly check at TSM last night and low and behold they had a 10.5d. I jumped on it about 9 PM last night and just received my shipping notice! I gladly ponied up for FedEx overnight and they will arrive by 1030 tomorrow!
post #50171 of 97052
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Originally Posted by ReppTiePrepster View Post


Fine combination, DonL.  NSTs are starting to grow on me. nod%5B1%5D.gif  They look like they could be barrie, but I think they are aberdeen.  Which is it?  Thanks for posting!

These are JGilbert Boots on Plaza


Edited by Don L - 5/7/13 at 11:35am
post #50172 of 97052
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Originally Posted by ReppTiePrepster View Post


Fine combination, DonL.  NSTs are starting to grow on me. nod%5B1%5D.gif  They look like they could be barrie, but I think they are aberdeen.  Which is it?  Thanks for posting!

nephew,
#8 nst are on the aberdeen last, highly recommend as long as the aberdeen last works for you feet
post #50173 of 97052
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Originally Posted by patrick_b View Post

I've been looking for the cigar PTB for a while now and never came across my size in time. I did my weekly check at TSM last night and low and behold they had a 10.5d. I jumped on it about 9 PM last night and just received my shipping notice! I gladly ponied up for FedEx overnight and they will arrive by 1030 tomorrow!

NIce!! Post some pics when they arrive.

post #50174 of 97052


ravello ptb
argyles otc
post #50175 of 97052
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

this is a slippery slope of a question...It is really going to depend on cut and style of jeans you like. J Crew does do some quasi-selvedge if you are comfortable with their fit. From their it is really going to come down to American denim versus Japanese denim and the thickness you are looking for. Once that has been decided it will then be how slim of a leg and how tapered of an opening you want. Is this madness starting to sound familiar?? I am happy to make suggestions or help direct any way that I can.
Altering the legs on a pair of new jeans is one of the simplest sewing procedures I know of . Fit in that area should not be an issue if everything else is good to go .If you came to me with jeans that needed legs altered I would and do do it as a favor to a friend free of charge . It really is that easy.
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