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Photos of my Loake Chukkas

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Rock Lee, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. Rock Lee

    Rock Lee Member

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    Hello SF's,

    New to the forum and thought I'd share some quick photos I took with my phone. I've been looking for a decently priced pair of dark brown chukkas, and purchased these Loake Pimlico's from Herringshoes.co.uk

    Was a bit hesitant cause I've never ordered online outside the US & Canada, however, service was great and shipping was incredibly fast(received these 3 days from ordering). Overall, I'm very happy with the purchase and have to thank this forum for helping me find these[​IMG]

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  2. changy

    changy Senior member

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  3. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Loake makes a servicable shoe and those have a nice shape to them, enjoy and wear them in good health. Be careful which chakras you do while wearing them though.
     
  4. Smudge

    Smudge Senior member

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    Nice. I have those is suede, think they're called "Kempton". Very happy with my pair. Herring are great to deal with too.
    Welcome to SF.
     
  5. MyOtherLife

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    Welcome to Styleforum. Congratulations on the purchase, those are nicely shaped.
     
  6. dasai

    dasai Senior member

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    Nice shoes. I'm thinking of getting the Kempton as my next nice casual shoe.

    Future shoe purchases should be catalogued here, though. If everyone opened up a new thread every time they bought a new pair of shoes, it'd crowd out all the other topics.
     
  7. FELT

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    Those look really nice. I've always found Loake (the 1880s) to be a good shoe for the money.

    Does anyone happen to know of a chukka with a toe medallion?
     
  8. IrateCustomer

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    Loake makes a servicable shoe and those have a nice shape to them, enjoy and wear them in good health. Be careful which chakras you do while wearing them though.

    I don't think he'll be opening anything more than the third gate wearing these bad boys.
     
  9. MilesMW

    MilesMW Senior member

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    Hey,

    What size did you go with? Full or half size down from your US size?

    Thanks
     

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