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Sneakers for Fall

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Oneitis, Oct 3, 2006.

  1. Oneitis

    Oneitis Active Member

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    Is anyone else looking for some good sneakers for fall to wear with jeans, etc. and is tired of played out Vans and Converse that seem to be everywhere?

    Any other good suggestions? Anyone tried the Steven Alan dill suede sneakers? Any good?
     
  2. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    Common projects, pickin them up in every color [​IMG]
     
  3. Oneitis

    Oneitis Active Member

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    Common projects, pickin them up in every color [​IMG]

    Interesting, got any pics you can post? Thanks
     
  4. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    suuuuuuuure
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  5. knucks

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    suuuuuuuure
    boooorrrrriiing...but kinda ill. how much do they run?
     
  6. 2000dB

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    boooorrrrriiing...but kinda ill. how much do they run?
    240$ if I'm not mistaken.
     
  7. Baron

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    I've seen those in person at South Willard, in white and in navy blue. They're hot.
     
  8. jet

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    they're fuggin sick, not flashy like the nike fanboys like but then again I'm older than most of the chinese made sneaker collectors
     
  9. modual

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    Black spring courts are very nice so long as its not raining

    [​IMG]
     
  10. knucks

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    240$ if I'm not mistaken.
    yaa i looked it up..found them $250. I think I'll stick to my Dunks or even chucks if i want to be on the cheap.
     
  11. aspriel

    aspriel Well-Known Member

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    As someone who isn't nearly as sartorially inclined as you all may be... I do rather enjoy these:
    [​IMG]
     
  12. timpoblete

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    Alife does sneakers that look like dunks on top but with a Vans/Cons sole, a little hypebeasty, but not too much. Courtesy of Boundlessny.com [​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG] The last one is waterproof! Swithc the laces out for something toned down a little and you've got yourself something there. Oh Hellz Yeah!
     
  13. mendel

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    Is anyone else looking for some good sneakers for fall to wear with jeans, etc. and is tired of played out Vans and Converse that seem to be everywhere?

    Any other good suggestions? Anyone tried the Steven Alan dill suede sneakers? Any good?


    When you're tired of Chucks, it's time to move on to Jack Purcells.

    http://www.zappos.com/n/es/d/7220011...e/1/bar/1.html
    http://www.zappos.com/n/bs?q=varvatos+jack+purcell

    I just picked up a pair of these:

    [​IMG]

    Unlike the Chuck slip-ons, they actually stay on my feet. They even have some arch support.
     
  14. timpoblete

    timpoblete Well-Known Member

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    Jack Purcell's are good too. I've got two of them and use them quite often. According to GQ from a couple issues ago, they're the "Grown Man's Sneaker"
     
  15. Simonster

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    Got myself a pair of Energie Skyms. They're even slightly lined with a thin fur for the colder (i.e. winter) days.
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
     
  16. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Well-Known Member

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    As someone who isn't nearly as sartorially inclined as you all may be... I do rather enjoy these: [​IMG]
    fixed sneakers are over... shell cordovan is the new dunk
     
  17. aspriel

    aspriel Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, cheap.
     
  18. dryice

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    don't be hating on dunks... but those are a nice pair of lacoste kicks :0
     
  19. StevenRocks

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    There are some Air Max 1s at Barneys Co-Op's website that are both subdued and hot...that's what I like this fall.
     
  20. gdl203

    gdl203 Well-Known Member

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    Any other good suggestions? Anyone tried the Steven Alan dill suede sneakers? Any good?

    I have a pair of very similar APC beige suede sneakers (Spring Court style) which I'm very fond of. Obviously, I get a little dirt paranoid when I wear them...
     

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