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help a californian out with boot advice

saxcolossusjr

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Hey everyone,

As the title suggests, I am from California, but I started my first year at Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio this fall.

This coming winter will be my first real cold-weather season.

I have a down parka, but need something for my feet.

I was thinking of red wing 411s

http://www.redwingshoes.com/productd...px?prodid=2034

Any other ideas?
 

dwyhajlo

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Originally Posted by saxcolossusjr
i am in college i dont have $400 out of my ass for boots lol

Why would you keep your money in there?
 

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search streetwear shoes thread SF
 

madstaxbro

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I live in Pasadena and rough out Army bucklers do me fine in rain and mud. Not much maintenance either. EDIT: Didn't see the part about Ohio. I think they are still a good option though.
 

hobojones

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Originally Posted by Timbaland
Cop the Katahdin boots thread.

+1, I think for the price, Katahdins are your best bet. Seeing as how you don't have $400 out the ass for Aldens.
 

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1000 mile boots.. i wear em and i live in LA
 

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