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Frye Boots?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by rjt65, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. rjt65

    rjt65 Well-Known Member

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  2. bl@ster

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    Personally, I'm not a fan. Construction is ok but the logo is too conspicuous, the leathers are usually distressed to hell and flashy, etc.
     


  3. rungo

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    They have differing lines and price point. Avoid the made in china stuff as construction tends to be shoddy. The made in mexico ones are much better.

    I have a pair of made in mexico pull on boots, no distressing, no stupid stuff, leather sole. Very comfortable boots. The main reason I got them was they were at Neiman Marcus Outlet for nearly 90% off. The original sticker was over $600, I paid about $70. No complaints about construction or quality, but no way I would pay retail.
     


  4. joeverns

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    +1 Agreed
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    got the Tan james inside zip, made in mexico, Love them!!!!!!:slayer:
     


  6. empireoflight

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    I'd avoid paying retail too if possible. I just picked up some basically new Smith Harness ($300 retail) for $110 on ebay.
     


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