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That seems like good deal, if you like them. I love those boots. It's annoying, they don't say where they are made. I know some are benchmade in England by Alfred Sargent and Crockett & Jones, both of which are great.
I'd consider spending an extra $50 or less to get them resoled with something more suitable for foul weather. My finger is itching.Good price, but the sole looks pretty questionable to me. At that price, were I in the market, I'd consider taking the risk.
Edit: I didn't notice the OP was AAS. Yeah, get them. I suspect you know how to compensate for questionable quality with proper care. And those would go well with a lot of your outfits.
I definitely think that it is too aggressive for a suit. Too pointy and heely, unless one works for a mexican drug cartel. I like the general design though. Would look nice with a different last.This thread is also relevant to my interests too!
I'd have to say the first pair could definitely be dressed up, though I don't think the second pair can be. Good for other situations though. The third pair look great too, too bad I've already got some dark boots.
I'm looking for some dressy boots around £100. Should be tan leather, and preferably with some sort of brogue design (Not really necessary, but nice to have).
Now these (£90) might look a tad bit extreme, but what do you guys think? Could it be pulled off with a suit, or are they too dramatic? (Considering the winklepicker toe and Cuban heel)