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Help! Looking for the perfect pair of heritage boots!

Newberry

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Hello SF. I'm looking for a good quality heritage work boot that I can wear casually, but I can't seem to find the perfect one. I'm looking for a brown pair with a cap toe, goodyear welt, under $400 and I want it to last for many years. The Red Wing Iron Ranger looks to bulky for me and The Wolverine McCleans looks nice, but I dont like how the color changes from a brown to a tan in the front when it creases. Since the color changes by the cap toe, you cant really notice the cap toe as much and thats what I dislike the most. I love my boots with a cap toe. Do you guys have any other suggestions? If so, would you be kind enough the provide the link of where to buy the boots. Also I'm a size 8D in Allen Edmonds, so what size would I be in the boot that you suggested. Thank you!!
 

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