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Alden for Epaulet Brixton Boot, 10D

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by duff406, Sep 11, 2016.

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  1. duff406

    duff406 Senior Member

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    Great pair of Alden for Epaulet Brixton boots, in natural chromexcel. These are a 10D on the Barrie last. In good condition, used but no damage. Just great patina! Here's the text from the original Epaulet listing:

    Upper: Natural Chromexcel from Chicago's Horween Leather
    Outsole: Double leather dress sole
    Last: Classic American "Barrie" Last

    Our Alden for Epaulet "Brixton Boot" is that perfectly versatile dress boot that we've wanted for years. It has 9 round metal eyelets, intricate wingtip broguing, and flat waxed laces. With its substantial last and traditionally rounded toe, these shoes are excellent as dress or casual pieces. They look stunning with a suit or dress trousers, and seriously proper with denim and chinos. The sturdy Double Leather sole is thick and substantial, and includes Alden's signature steel shank and natural cork filling for comfort and stability.

    This special edition Brixton Boot is done in the uniquely handsome natural chromexcel leather from Chicago's Horween Tannery. The color sits between a pale tan and a light grey. The oil under the surface gives the leather a handsome "burnished" look, and the color casts change as the leather is worn.

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