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Luke Banks

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With long pants on they will look like normal brogues, yes.

I think theyre a stupid frankenstein shoe though.
 

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No. Soles are too thick and toe is too blobby.
 

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WTF with these responses? I think they are fine for business casual. Those are nice boots. No thicker or more blobby than a longwing.
 

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH
WTF with these responses? I think they are fine for business casual. Those are nice boots. No thicker or more blobby than a longwing.

Agree ^^ and def as a bad weather "shoe."
 

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Originally Posted by alliswell
No. Soles are too thick and toe is too blobby.
+1. These are jean boots.
 

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Thanks much everyone. That set me straight.
 

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Business casual, without question.

Dress shoe in inclement weather only.
 

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Great for Jeans, very good for business casual. Can stretch to business dress if boots are required. A sleeker, less brogued look would be better for dress, but these are better than what 90% of the world will wear for dress shoes anyway. Kop away.
 

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH
WTF with these responses? I think they are fine for business casual. Those are nice boots. No thicker or more blobby than a longwing.


 

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business casual without any doubt. all day. even if its not raining

suit, only if its raining
 

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Rubber soles aren't dressy. Biz casual? Maybe.
 

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