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edit: any recomm for casual brown derby? afraid that it will look too old.


Look too old? You think a brown derby with denim is for old people? I’m 23 and I’m trying to dress older!

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Can anyone recommend some good boots in the $425-450 range? Already have some 1000 miles in rust, so looking for maybe something black, maybe with something different then a plain toe, maybe no laces at all...
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Look too old? You think a brown derby with denim is for old people? I’m 23 and I’m trying to dress older!

i meant too formal.
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Originally Posted by pronxs View Post


i meant too formal.

I’m confused. Are you looking for a brown derby shoe too, or do you think they look too formal and I should go for a different type of shoe?


Edited by maplefuturist - 2/20/12 at 10:06pm
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Originally Posted by gnu View Post

Can anyone recommend some good boots in the $425-450 range? Already have some 1000 miles in rust, so looking for maybe something black, maybe with something different then a plain toe, maybe no laces at all...

to tell you the truth, i haven't found many good zip boots at that price range, i know sounds ridiculous.

zip + laces, check buttero at barney's
laces, see trickers
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I need an opinion on these boots:

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I just picked these up for $15, yes $15. Any recommendations for replacement laces? Should I treat the leather with anything? I haven't worn Timbs since high school. (When I was in my Wu Tang phase.)
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$10 less and maybe they'd be worth it
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What! You're tripping.

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Does anyone know of Derbys similar in colors to these, but higher quality? Around $250-$350?

http://www.aldoshoes.com/us/men/mr-bs/shoes/88830681-chastin/40

Brown, dark/red clay colored sole and contrast stitching. Cap-toe optional, but preferred. A different shade of brown is cool too.
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thoughts? 

 

http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/CERBERO/dept/salemen/tskay/3FD17CD7/rr/1/cod10/44351251FR/sts/sr_salemen80

http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/CERBERO/dept/shoesmen/tskay/3FD17CD7/rr/1/cod10/44351232VM/sts/sr_shoesmen80

 

or should i just save up and get something better later.?

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I like the second one better. But the pairs of metal lace holders at the top look pretty weird

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Mark McNairy

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Alright, this thread is wayy too big, so I apologise if it sounds like a repeat question. I'm looking for new set of shoes that are similar to these:

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Black. Sleeker than a work boot that can be worn with slacks. I kind of bought these on impulse when I was a student since they were on sale, but now that I earn a steady income, I'd like to get a new pair (preferably in my actual size, too).

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anyone have any experience with present london? not sure if they're worth ~200 usd
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Do any footwear brands make wide fitting boots that aren't too big and chunky? I prefer a slim look, but some of my narrow shoes I own are painfully tight on my toes. Obviously I want to stop the pain - but at the same time I don't want to wear really big dorky looking boots.

Any suggestions?
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