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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Whacky, Jan 15, 2011.
Oh, but that surely looks like double midsole. Look at the boundary between the 2 supposed layers.
cool pic I found
yeah thats what I thought too. maybe commando sole wasn`t possible with a single leather sole?
Hm maybe. I ordered single wasn't told it couldn't be done..no idea
thought I`d post this here to in case anyone feel like their boots might be too tight (or loose)-this is a good basis.
Buddy of mine has some sd`s that I thought were too big for him-eyelets almost touching and he didn`t need to unlace loosely to slip the boot in, I could imagine that he could wiggle his foot in the toe and heel-but I guess some people do love to wear shoes certain ways-more power to him
looks good like that though. can you confirm with bakers? I`d like to order one just like that in british tan for the winter
Id also like to know my pair coming is 430 vibram so it's not commando my next pair will be. Thinking about brown chromexcel have brown dress on the way.
Bought konadog's semi-dress boots w/single leather sole, roughout toe & british tan uppers (thanks j***!)
Yes, I need to do something about the backyard. Like plant something.
really like the combination of rough out and regular leather...looks nice.
Thanks! It's an unusual make that reminds me of a saddle shoe (in a good way). The contrast is interesting but not distracting.
mine are definately a size too small does white's/bakers do exchange in size for made to order? if not -__-;; @ bad economy and low baller city.
crosswound what is your brannock size? is there 5/8 - 3/4" of space between the toe and the boot?
Not even a 1/2 with dress socks
I'm pretty sure baker's will help you out, that sounds way too small...
crosswound how did you size anyways?
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