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New Shoes/Boots help

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by redmania, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. redmania

    redmania Senior member

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    I want some nice new shoes or boots. Preferably a nice tan or antique affect. I hope to wear them casually. Any suggestions?
     
  2. ykurtz

    ykurtz Senior member

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    I recommend checking out RM Williams boots. They look like chelseas, and have a very high quality/price ratio. Many threads already on this forum talking about them. www.rmwilliams.com.
     
  3. redmania

    redmania Senior member

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    It's not that I don't like them but I live inAustralia and the old 'McClouds' daughters look is not he way I want to go.
     
  4. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    I don't know the reference, but is there some kind of boot that wouldn't bring McCLoud's Daughters to mind? You'll get more useful feedback if you give some idea what appeals to you (jodhurs? lace-up oxfords? loafers? ankle boots?) and an approximate price range.
     
  5. redmania

    redmania Senior member

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    I like the C&J Cottesmore. I do like Chelsea boots though. mmmmmm.
     

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