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post #16 of 5237
Various DMs:

black 1460s
cherry (polished to oxblood) 1460s and 1461s
grey long wings

for dressier occasions I do have so grown up shoes

RM Williams forum specials in a honey tan that I am darkening to a nice antique gold. and a few pairs of AEs that don't get out much anymore.

I keep telling myself I want some PS ricards but I have never seen them in a color that reallt moves me to buy them. if they came in that red that some of the others come in or even the dark olive I would definitely be tempted though.
post #17 of 5237
My newest loves, John Varvatos Combat Boots...
post #18 of 5237
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Originally Posted by dave View Post
I keep telling myself I want some PS ricards but I have never seen them in a color that reallt moves me to buy them. if they came in that red that some of the others come in or even the dark olive I would definitely be tempted though.

yea, I'm well stocked on PS shoes/boots for the rest of my life but if they make the Ricard in the red that my Rollins captoes or the oxblood of my Marcello loafer, then I'm all over it
post #19 of 5237
Thread Starter 
Were off to a good start here lads. How about some people post their collection. Maybe some nice aged stuff...
post #20 of 5237
Nothing aged to show, but I just received these in the mail. Red Wing Iron Ranger: Stock: Phone:
post #21 of 5237
I wear my NDC boot shoes/boots and my BoO sperry boots. I have 3 pairs of BR desert boots that I haven't worn in forever.
post #22 of 5237
Thread Starter 
The RW iron rangers look a lot like the LL bean engineer boots from earlier in the thread. Has anyone handled both of these boots that can give us a conclusion as to which one if of better quality?
post #23 of 5237
These are my streetwear shoes and boots: Officine Creative Alden Indy Boots Red Wings Centennial 1908 Red Wings x J. Crew Collaboration Alden Plain Bluchers in Ravello Martin Margiela Black Military Boots Martin Margiela Chukkas Vintage Georgia Boots Crockett and Jones "Coniston" in Black Sperry Mocs Dolce and Gabbana Motorcyle Boots w/ detachable chain Prada Mountain Boots Whites Semi - Formal in Brown Frye's Harness The original Italian Driving Shoes Sebago Loafers Berluti "Andy" Classic Prada Loafers Berluti Cyclist Etc. etc.
post #24 of 5237
tricker stow lands' end chukka by Alfred Sargent RL Holland boot Paul Smith Sundance
post #25 of 5237
^^ Nice. What are the middle two?
post #26 of 5237
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Originally Posted by Johnny_5 View Post
The RW iron rangers look a lot like the LL bean engineer boots from earlier in the thread. Has anyone handled both of these boots that can give us a conclusion as to which one if of better quality?

+1.

I'm interested in either of those. Also, could someone tell me difference (if any) between RW Iron Rangers & J.Crew x RW Iron Rangers.
post #27 of 5237
^ you can get RW Iron Rangers from www.cultizm.com cheaper than from J. Crew, and they come in more colors. I suspect they'd be of better quality than the LL Bean boots, but the LL Beans should still be a good pair of shitkickers.
post #28 of 5237
My pack >>>

Aldens:






Clark DBs in distressed grey (I also have the sand suede version but I hope we all know what these look like by now):


Opening Ceremony (these are actually a dark metallic blue):


JV Mercer boots (mark has been fixed, zip soles have been added):


JV Chukkas:
post #29 of 5237
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post
I'm about to pull the trigger on the LL Bean Katahdin boots. http://www.llbean.com/webapp/wcs/sto...2767-sub2&np=Y I've been eyeing them for quite awhile and now that the weather has turned, I finally have a good reason to order them.
After deciding that I wasn't too big into the Gentleman Traveler I bought some Katahdin boots in my size and they're awesome - I find excuses to wear them! I thought I might need an EE but I got me a D width and it went from being snug to comfortably snug. If I decide I really really need an EE width I can always return them to LL bean for the EEs when they become available, which is a gigantic plus! Also if anyone owns any of the service shoes sold on wwiiimpressions.com, please post! edit: I'm talking about these http://wwiiimpressions.com/usarmy.html#russet and these look nice too! http://atthefront.com/ -> US -> Footwear -> Service shoes roughout versions of the shoes above are also available! To my knowledge they're still made by the Corcoran company so you know there's quality there. Also, someone buy my GTs!
post #30 of 5237


Paul Smith dip dyed, Alden suede, AE Park Avenue, AE Strand, Justin
Clarks suede, Banana Republic suede, Clarks green suede

I think i'm set for a while.
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