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Robert wayne shoes

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by spinlps, Feb 9, 2004.

  1. spinlps

    spinlps Well-Known Member

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    Ok... so no luck with Harry's London here in the Midwest, but I saw a line of shoes I haven't seen before. Anyone familiar with Robert Wayne shoes? They seem to be an alternative to Kenneth Cole / Reaction line of urban casual shoes I've been looking for. Didn't find much on the web... anyone have any experiences with them?
     
  2. mt_spiffy

    mt_spiffy Senior member

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    Robert Wayne is one of my favorite shoe lines. They have a vast array of styles, most of the 'dress boot' or 'boot shoe' variety, and IMO are good quality for the style/price range.

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  3. Nataku

    Nataku Senior member

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    One word: UGLY. Tacky, dreadful, waste of $....also come to mind. They scream douchbag. I see them all the time at Len Druskin. I snicker every time I walk by and see some guy so excited to be trying them on. Ugh.....
     
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    The Swede Senior member

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    I think I just sustained permanent eye damage..
     
  5. vinouspleasure

    vinouspleasure Senior member

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    One word: UGLY. Tacky, dreadful, waste of $....also come to mind. They scream douchbag. I see them all the time at Len Druskin. I snicker every time I walk by and see some guy so excited to be trying them on. Ugh.....
    I think you're being a little harsh here. I'm sure you could take the box they come in, tape the box to the foot, and end up with something not quite as ugly.
     
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    antirabbit Senior member

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    PLEASE STOP?


    I beg you....PLEASE!
     
  7. grimslade

    grimslade Senior member

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    upnorth Senior member

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    mt spiffy, I like how you put up pictures of those nightmarish shoes and then place a disclaimer in your signature.
     
  9. macuser3of5

    macuser3of5 Senior member

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    I'm all for funky dress shoes, but these look like rejected Mark Nasons. Terrible.
     
  10. dkzzzz

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    I used to (and still do)reject something like these shoes just like I reject double rear spoiler on Honda Civic or Dodge Neon or 18" wheels on aforementioned cars or chrome trim on bumpers and fenders.

    But then I thought to myself: "If having all things mentioned above makes those guys look like "Kings" in the eyes of young Puerto Rican pussies then they know what they are doing and I should shove my superior aesthetic taste where sun don't shine."
     
  11. mt_spiffy

    mt_spiffy Senior member

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    mt spiffy, I like how you put up pictures of those nightmarish shoes and then place a disclaimer in your signature.

    I've been a member of enough web boards to anticipate what I would be getting into. The disclaimer came before I made my first post [​IMG]

    I like what I like, and the only thing subject to change that is me seeing something I like more [​IMG]
     
  12. alliswell

    alliswell Senior member

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    I used to (and still do)reject something like these shoes just like I reject double rear spoiler on Honda Civic or Dodge Neon or 18" wheels on aforementioned cars or chrome trim on bumpers and fenders.

    But then I thought to myself: "If having all things mentioned above makes those guys look like "Kings" in the eyes of young Puerto Rican pussies then they know what they are doing and I should shove my superior aesthetic taste where sun don't shine."


    It's all about the audience, dkzzzzzz. Hey, even AmJacks get to make babies too, however accidental it might be.
     
  13. chas

    chas Senior member

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    I've been a member of enough web boards to anticipate what I would be getting into. The disclaimer came before I made my first post [​IMG]

    I like what I like, and the only thing subject to change that is me seeing something I like more [​IMG]


    You have a great attitude...[​IMG]

    But the shoes are rubbish...[​IMG]
     
  14. haganah

    haganah Senior member

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    Talk to Uncontrol. He's into that stuff.
     
  15. dshin

    dshin Senior member

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    I always see them at DSW. I do agree that they look like Nason rejects. But back in my clubbing says, I probably would have been all about them.
     
  16. satorstyle

    satorstyle Senior member

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    Robert Wayne is one of my favorite shoe lines. They have a vast array of styles, most of the 'dress boot' or 'boot shoe' variety, and IMO are good quality for the style/price range.

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    I just threw up a little in my mouth. [​IMG]
     
  17. RJman

    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    If you'd thrown up on these shoes, they'd look better.
     
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    Manton Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Poor guy apparently had no idea what he was getting into.
     
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    CunningSmeagol Senior member

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    I'd wear these.
     
  20. satorstyle

    satorstyle Senior member

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    Is it just me or are those things a inch or two longer than a persons standard size?
     

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