Are these square toe or chiseled?

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  1. weathernut123

    weathernut123 Active Member

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    Sorry, not that I am blind, but I'm not so familiar with the 'shoe terminology'. I'm in the market for a new pair of boots that are slightly dressed up yet casual, to be worn with jeans, perhaps paired with a sports coat or blazer. How would this pair do?
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    those are square and hideous, imho
     


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  6. weathernut123

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    Ok...so its quite clear that those will not do. Anyone has any affordable recommendations?
     


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    Ok...so its quite clear that those will not do. Anyone has any affordable recommendations?

    No, sorry, there are no non-square-toed shoes.
     


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    Heutchy does sales on Gilt very often. They have a good affordable chukka boot.
     


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    Also, vis-a-vis the word "affordable" - be willing to go outside your usual price range a little. Leather goods, especially shoes, really reward some investment, and a good pair of shoes can last you a long time.

    That said, a good cheaper option would be a pair of Beatwear chelsea boots, at beatwear.co.uk
     


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    Loake do the Kempton in black calf - pretty versatile and not that expensive (around £150 GBP):

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    Those are as ugly as fuck
     


  13. meso

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    Kemptons are alright, tho I'm not a fan of the black.
     


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    Heutchy does sales on Gilt very often. They have a good affordable chukka boot.

    I don't like the one I have, but it is a mid-gray that is hard to wear.
     


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