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http://www.wwiiimpressions.com/usarmy.html#buckleboots Worst.Site.Ever But they are only 140 ! http://cgi.ebay.com/WWII-US-Combat-S...item5ad7125b08 They are also 125 on Ebay. Same boots also. I think they look amazing broken in IMO. And that price you cant go wrong. I'm asking here first to see if you guys know about any major bad/lazy construction and such.
No clue about these, but I have the RL Polo/Made in England versions of these, in black and brown leather. Worth tracking down if they are still available. They have double/triple leather soles, which can be a positive/negative depending on how you look at them. Here's what they look like: Retail is probably insane (probably would be $800~1000 these days, was somewhere in the $500~700 range when they were made), but you may be able to find them for the mid-100's on ebay, like I did.
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b.store herman shoes
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What are those boots in the very back? Can we get some better pictures? They look nice.
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Few pics of my Paul Smith x Triumph camel suedes with some wear on them... ignore sloppy cuffs



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Amazing boots, I don't really like the zipper on it. But still fresh as hell.
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Best advice I can give you is get the items you want, not 'replica's' of them. If you can't afford the Daytons I would leave it at that. The USMC service boots are nice, but they are never going to have the leather quality or the finish of the Daytons. However if you like the USMC service boots because of the history, the involvement in some great movies and you want a relatively cheap unlined boot you can play with that is on a nice last with good construction and materials, then it might be for you. Will wear with raw denim, MTM oxford and aviators. Sup.
Where can one find the usmc service boots?
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Any opinions on these Frye's shoes? I can see them going either way: cool for casual or totally trying to hard to look weathered and worn. Thoughts? http://assets0.tobi.com/files/images...jpg?1259387708 Frye Jeffery Oxford
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Those Triumphs are sweet
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The Thorocraft Website if finally up: http://thorocraft.com/

The brand makes the shoes out of New York and is trying to keep prices reasonable.
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What are those boots in the very back? Can we get some better pictures? They look nice.

They are some older Made in Italy BR boots.......I can snap a few photos. I have had them for maybe 3 years now and have held up rather nicely.
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If it's not too much trouble, a picture would be great! The color looks great and they look nicely worn (I also like the small heel).

I thrifted a pair of BR Italian made boots as well, they've been great for the price.
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Got these boots but they are a bit too small, size is a 9D if anyone's interested.



They are by Cole Haan, anyone know a similar looking pair of boots I can replace them with?
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Where can one find the usmc service boots?
Read my posts a few pages back. Please / Thanks always appreciated.
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I have a feeling sneakers and t-shirts are gonna come back with a vengeance at some point. All this vintage casual-dressy stuff is gonna reach saturation soon. I just saw Shaun White wearing what I think were Red Wing GTs on a TV interview.
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