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Originally Posted by Ostentatious View Post

Anybody know of a boot like the Iron Rangers quality but not as clunky and a bit more elegant?

 

Tricker's are nice.  I like those white's posted above as well.

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Originally Posted by Ostentatious View Post

Anybody know of a boot like the Iron Rangers quality but not as clunky and a bit more elegant?

some paul smith on sale or buttero, moma, ndc, etc..
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some paul smith on sale or buttero, moma, ndc, etc..

 

None of these are as well-made.  Actually maybe buttero.  They're nice boots but not really what he was asking for.

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Paul Smiths mainline is definitely well made and much better than Iron Rangers and Buttero. I say the diffusion line PS is about the same as Iron Rangers, I mean IRs are tough but they aren't that "well" made.
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Cheers for all the replies.

Those Whites are lovely, still look a little bit on the clunky side though.

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I guess it depends what you mean by well-made RFX.  Most of those shoes are glued together I think.

 

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Originally Posted by Ostentatious View Post

Cheers for all the replies.

Those Whites are lovely, still look a little bit on the clunky side though.

 

http://hypebeast.com/2011/07/maison-martin-margiela-leather-lace-up-boots/

 

They have these in brown on yoox for $500 with a code.

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uh everything he mentioned is at least as well made as a pair of red wings and looks about 100 times better.

iron rangers have rubber soles uhoh.gif
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oh. lol. i guess i was just thinking in terms of the welt shog[1].gif

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welt talk is hendrix' department but all those brands are made in italy i believe (except ndc is belgium). I'm no expert but I've handled them all and owned ndc's which were tough as nails.
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I guess it depends what you mean by well-made RFX.  Most of those shoes are glued together I think.


From PS? The mainline is still Blake/Rapid stitched iirc. Not sure if it has changed now. All my pairs are very well made, I'd say it's right there with Alden if not better.
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all quite well-made. own a few pairs, lasting me a long time now.
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Paul Smith mainline uses blake or blake rapid construction and is hand made in Italy. If that's not good quality, glued together Margiela isn't it either. Paul Smith also makes collaborations with C&J, Tricker's, John Lobb and other known English shoe manufacturers. 
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I don't like NB so I'm not particularly useful on the first. Don't find anything special about the van's and the Chippewa can be had elsewhere for cheaper (not for Jcrew). The last two aren't particularly bad if you can get them for cheaper, but nothing to go crazy over imo.

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