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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by minya, Apr 9, 2006.

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  1. keykoo

    keykoo Distinguished Member

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    Picked up PS x Triump Black Daytona boots...
    XD Actually the ones at Neiman's are the same style, just not as cool cause they don't have the burgundy/brown distressing. Then again I have like three other pairs of PS boots in brown... so its about time I got a pair of black ones.
     


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    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    robin Stylish Dinosaur

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    The finishing on those look remarkably better than that on my Ultimate's when I first got them. [​IMG]
     


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    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    I tried on some Paul Smith x Triumph boots at Neiman's but they were not the same style you have, GS. These were lace ups but they still had a zipper up the inside. They were nice boots but I had no intention of buying them when I tried them on because they were like $700.00 or so.

    no, that sounds like mine too. The Daytona is lace up AND side zip
     


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    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    i only thrift so i always feel a little silly posting

    Wrangler Denim Shirt ( $2.13)- I am not 100% on its age, but it has the more levi's arcuate esque stitching and was made in USA

    Roebucks Sherpa lined Jean Jacket(1.97 + tax... so like 2.08 i think)

    pics to come when the stupid batteries are charged.
     


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    no, that sounds like mine too. The Daytona is lace up AND side zip

    Ah OK. It's been a while since I saw yours, I didn't know they had laces. They are pretty sexy boots, but I prefer the styling on the Ricard. It looks like F/W might mean my first pair of Paul Smith shoes.
     


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    Kenneth Coles, $36 shipped from Ebay, new in box. Not too terribly exciting or valuable, but my work in IT has some interesting demands. I couldn't put a truly nice pair of shoes through my work week.
     


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    ... Couldn't you have gotten some cheap KC's that weren't frakenstein square toes?
     


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    ... Couldn't you have gotten some cheap KC's that weren't frakenstein square toes?

    My last pair of dress shoes were rounded, so I figured I'd give square-toe a shot just to see if I dug the look. (I should note I'm a 13, so those probably look ginormous to most people with nothing in the background for size reference.)
     


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    I hear kenneth cole is thankfully going out of business.
     


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    My last pair of dress shoes were rounded, so I figured I'd give square-toe a shot just to see if I dug the look. (I should note I'm a 13, so those probably look ginormous to most people with nothing in the background for size reference.)

    It doesn't matter what size they are. It could be a size 2 for all I care and they would still be frankenstein square toes.
     


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    I hear kenneth cole is thankfully going out of business.

    Lol wow.
     


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