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Alternative to Crockett & Jones Snowdon for winter

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Jim Profit, Aug 4, 2012.

  1. Jim Profit

    Jim Profit Senior member

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    I live in Sweden and there is a lot of snow here and i need a new pair of dressed winter boots. I like the Snowdon from CJ but i would like a pair of boots without lacing. Do you have some tips on shoes that would fit the rainy and snowy climate here in the north?
     


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    CTBrummie Senior member

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    Cheaney's Hampton model is a veldtschoen boot, like the Snowdon, and as such will be as waterproof as a leather boot can be...

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  3. Jim Profit

    Jim Profit Senior member

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    Thanks for the reply, What do you guys think of this shoes for winter?

    http://www.elmofburford.com

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    Its a pair of RM Williams Lachlan boots
     


  4. Jim Profit

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    I think the Veldtschoen technic is the best to use on a winter shoe with a rough leather, a shame that the Cheaney's Hampton didnt came in black. If anyone find a pair of chelsea boots in black Veldtschoen let me know :slayer:
     
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