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Adicted to boots

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Icarusflies, Aug 25, 2016.

  1. Icarusflies

    Icarusflies New Member

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    Hello everybody;

    This is my first post in this forum so first of all hello all.

    As the titel says, I have a sweet problem....I am so addicted to boots...I love to wear them and to polish them. I have a tendency towards Dr. Marteens and Solovair.

    I am about to order a couple of Solovair boots.

    The first one is for sure the Gaucho Leather Twin Strap Boot: http://www.britboot.co.uk/file/Icdirj7/5bc9a616-c3b9-4967-b418-96e48d3989ea.jpg

    the second one is either the Solovair Hawkings in Oxblood leather: http://www.britboot.co.uk/engine/sh...+-+"Hawkins"+Oxblood+Leather+Boot+(11+Eyelet)

    or

    the Solovair Englander in black with the commando sole: http://www.britboot.co.uk/engine/sh...k+Leather+Boot+With+Steel+Toe+Cap+(11+Eyelet)

    I have never seen the Englander before so I am worried that the commando sole is going to make me look like a Frankenstein wanna be.....Is any of you guys familiar with the Englander from Solovair? Is the commando sole overly chunky in comparaison with the regular sole?

    Thank a lot for any feed back

    Steve
     


  2. GG Allin

    GG Allin Senior Member

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    Ask this in the skinhead thread.
     


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