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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jet, Apr 12, 2010.
Those black/grey leopard YSL are dope. Would wear
YSL has some sick shoes but they never seem to go on sale, at least not the good ones. Was on the look out for the blue or red malibus (from '10 A/W?) but iirc they stayed at retail and now I can't find them anywhere.
Sole on the YSL juts out by the heel and looks weird. Sole on the Jimmy Choos takes up too much of the silhouette, and it fucking says JIMMY CHOO! New Lanvin soles still look off.
None of these are bad shoes, but fuck...the soles.
(yes, I understand the Jimmy Choo branding is where few will see it, but it still fucking sucks)
I got those, versatility is overrated.
Fit pic plz.
The black stripe, do not like so much. And i think they have been brought up here multiple times
I think he was looking for the MMM motorcycle sneaker boots.
Power Rangers costume memorabilia?
Thinking about picking up a pair of painted gats, but recently bought a pair of all white gats so thought it might be smarter to get a pair of painted mids instead to get a bit more variation. What do you guys think?
get the lows. mids are wack imo.
I honestly cannot think of another thread on sf where the groupthink is stronger.
dont worry, ill break the mold.
I like how uncontrol will like anything that is leopard disregarding every other characteristic
Not at all, there's lots of leopard stuff I don't like (see: leopard print Jimmy Choo). I liked the blue and black Malibu as well. And I specifically like this type of leopard print.
Lane I think he was referring to the collective hatred of mmm mids. (which i share)
I know he was, lol. I just wanted to random hate on gats again, even though I prefer lows/highs too. Mids just seem like a weird choice.
Yeah a fit of those MMM MC boots would be interesting, never seen them before.
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