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post #286 of 5238
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Originally Posted by jessetk313 View Post
What does everyone think of these? http://www.90thidpg.us/Equipment/Pro...ing/index.html, A good boot for jeans?

not bad if the rest of your outfit is dressed down i think. what kind of boots are they?
post #287 of 5238
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Originally Posted by choptreesv View Post
not bad if the rest of your outfit is dressed down i think. what kind of boots are they?

ah ok NM...

WWII Impressions Rough-out Service Shoes

http://www.90thidpg.us/Equipment/Rev...ots/index.html
post #288 of 5238
Hey, what would you guys recommend as a winter boot (or maybe shoe) that has the same "feel" as boat shoes, other than those odd BoO boat boots? Wingtips immediately come to mind (I know Alden and Paul Smith make nice ones), but are there any other styles worth considering?
post #289 of 5238
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Originally Posted by wmmk View Post
Hey, what would you guys recommend as a winter boot (or maybe shoe) that has the same "feel" as boat shoes, other than those odd BoO boat boots? Wingtips immediately come to mind (I know Alden and Paul Smith make nice ones), but are there any other styles worth considering?
Alden Indy Boots, available in Cordovan with commando soles too at Alden of Carmel
post #290 of 5238
I posted a question regarding the Boot Co. by Timberland shoes on the Men's Clothing section that might not get too much love as here possibly so figured I'd try here. Here's the recent FW collection: http://www.timberlandbootcompany.com...llection&sz=36

Does anyone have any experience with sizing (say in relation to Clarks or other popular SW&D shoe brands) and quality in general on these? They lace up oxfords seem just the kind of shoe that can morph from jeans to dress pants like I've been looking for, but hesitant to purchase on a whim with the high price tags. Any info would really be apprecaited!
post #291 of 5238
Which brand of jeans are those, playah.

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Originally Posted by Fiddy View Post
Just posted these to the PS thread, but thought I would post them here as well.

Just received these PS corso boots...









post #292 of 5238
Looks like APC's.
post #293 of 5238
Already posted this in the Sperry TopSiders Chukka thread, but it might be relevant here too. Sportsman's Guide is selling a different model of Sperry's chukkas (in nubuck leather) for $22: http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/cb.aspx?a=438864 They have other colors than the taupe shown, but no pics on the website. The catalog has pics of the black, "smoked elk" (light grey-green), and sonora (an orangish tan), but the taupe color is the best colorway, imo.
post #294 of 5238
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Originally Posted by adelphi View Post
saw this on sufu. any shoes out there like this? looks kinda like the gt but with that stitch on the end of the boot and a different (sleeker imo) sole.


any more info on this boot?
post #295 of 5238
Not a fan of sneakers...


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I remember seeing somewhere a pair of GT's that someone had resoled with a nicer, maybe double leather sole that looked really good. Anyone know what I am talking about?

My soles are starting to get pretty bad of my GT's and I am thinking about doing the same, was hoping to find some pics.
post #298 of 5238
My unsneaker collection: From left to right: One True Saxon Moc ("Karl"), Dack's Black Brogue, Dack's Brown Brogue, Canali Chukka's, Dayton Service Boots, Paul Smith Dickens - Missing: Black Clark's DB's
post #299 of 5238
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Originally Posted by Ludeykrus View Post
Not a fan of sneakers...





Or shoe trees.
post #300 of 5238
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Originally Posted by blackplatano View Post
Or shoe trees.

I've never been introduced as to why I need to use shoe trees. Why are they necessary?
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