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Need help identifying these shoes

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by seandell16, Oct 23, 2010.

  1. seandell16

    seandell16 Member

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  2. Grenadier

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    It's just a plain toe blucher, try Alden or Allen Edmonds.
     
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    yes iam serious why ?
     
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    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    because the picture is awful and no detail can be made out (is it a shoe, a boot?)
    because what can be made out, shows a very plain and common shoe that can be found from pretty much any mall retailer
    because no one will understand why you want what seems to be a ugly/common/shapeless shoe
     
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    Because they're some dirty old black plain-toe shoes to which every single shoe company on the planet makes something similar and which have absolutely no defining features in the blurry and low-quality image that could possibly differentiate them from any other similar shoe, except for what looks like it could be a metal disc attached which no doubt bears the logo of whichever second-rate company made them and if so only shows that they're likely to be cheap and badly made.
     
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    im not asking for the manufacture/model number of it just the basic type of shoe it is, and where i can find a shoe similar to it.Thanks.
     
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    NYWHERE THAT SELLS SHOES.

    /thread.

    Banned.
     
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    lol sorry if im not fashion savy like you boys, i didnt really know it was a common shoe.
     
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    unbelragazzo Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Have you not been to a shoe store in the year since you first posted this?
     
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    Your question was answered almost a year ago when the thread was created. It is a plain toe blutcher. Every shoe company ever has made a pair.
     
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    This. Even Wal-Mart probably has a pair similar to this. Through them in mud for desired effect.
     
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