Red sole bucks

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JRyder, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. Coal_Mining_Polak

    Coal_Mining_Polak Senior member

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    If it's a cheaper option that you're wanting go with the Bass "Exeter," I got a pair cheap on ebay and I've had no problems at all with them after two summers of light/moderate wear.
     


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    +1 for yuks.... got some of the seconds off of ebay. They're great.
     


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    mark mcnairy's red brick soles are stunning ...

    Epaulet, Inventory, and A continuous lean all have various models of some sick bucks
     


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    Search eBay for vintage ll bean dirty bucks. I got some at thrift store for 2.99 and they kill it.
     


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    If it's a cheaper option that you're wanting go with the Bass "Exeter," I got a pair cheap on ebay and I've had no problems at all with them after two summers of light/moderate wear.
    +1 got mine on sale for $41 in Berkeley. Available in 3 colors. Edit: Should also point out these AE versions on sale: http://www.ae.com/web/browse/product...ctId=3211_4664 B.
     


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    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Yuketen-DIRT...#ht_723wt_1165 Dunno how Yuketens fit though.
    Those fit half a size big. The last is narrow though....more like a C width than a D.I believe they are now transitioning to wider lasts ( see the Yuketen thread). I have them and they are great...the quality of the suede is really good and they're a really nice colour. One slight drawback is that the Vibram sole unit is pretty heavy. The ones on ebay were a good deal but they were unfinished if i remember correctly...they didn't have any insole.
     


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    Bass makes the classics, and Orvis has them, in saddle-shoe and suede and leather, I think. No wings though.
     


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    I decided to order the M&O Bass Buckingham shoe. Its hard to determine the construction and quality without seeing them directly. I'll let you know what they're like. In actuality I like these better than a lot of the more forward styles out there, the classic look is really appealing.
     


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    I decided to order the M&O Bass Buckingham shoe. Its hard to determine the construction and quality without seeing them directly. I'll let you know what they're like. In actuality I like these better than a lot of the more forward styles out there, the classic look is really appealing.

    Please keep us posted! I'm actually interested in these myself.
     


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    "vintage " LL Bean. Love em. [​IMG]
     


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    Hiroshi Tsubouchi...

    nice and expensive!
     


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    I decided to order the M&O Bass Buckingham shoe. Its hard to determine the construction and quality without seeing them directly. I'll let you know what they're like. In actuality I like these better than a lot of the more forward styles out there, the classic look is really appealing.

    Those Bass Bucks were the kicks of choice at my hs with my crowd. We beat the shit out of them in all high school scenarios you can think of. They hold up admirably, and get to be like slippers on your feet.

    OConnell's ones are pretty nice. Scroll down.

    http://shop.oconnellsclothing.com/casual_shoes.php


    What, these?

    [​IMG]
     


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    I decided to order the M&O Bass Buckingham shoe. Its hard to determine the construction and quality without seeing them directly. I'll let you know what they're like. In actuality I like these better than a lot of the more forward styles out there, the classic look is really appealing.

    How were these, JRyder? I'm still eying them.
     


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    How were these, JRyder? I'm still eying them.

    +1
     


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