suede shoes - post 'em here!

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by srivats, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. habanos

    habanos Senior member

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    I have the Herring Chiswick II by Barker which is a nice suede full brouge. It is just inside your price range IIRC.
     
  2. hendrix

    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    those look like Wings+Horns x Dayton service boots.
     
  3. appleshhh

    appleshhh New Member

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    ^I believe you hit the nail on the head, sir. Thanks!

    Just did a quick Google search and they seem impossible to find nowadays. Just my luck!
     
  4. Hampton

    Hampton Senior member

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    Thoughts about Church's Ryder lll chukka boots in darkbrown suede?
     
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    Victor Elfo Senior member

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    Crepe or leather soles on chukka boots for this iGent.
     
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    meister Senior member

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    My Testonis are like that. My Branchinis have a Dainite sole that is very slippery.
     
  7. Hampton

    Hampton Senior member

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    Or na I will go with the C&J Chiltern in darkbrown suede. Since I tried them out today and they were perfect (I know my C&J size) the church's would I have to order online and i'm pretty lost with the sizes, will not take chances. Will pay little extra for the C&J but well worth it.
     
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    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Edward Green, Malvern, 82 Last, Mole Suede.
     
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    Can someone help me understand the modifiers that accompany descriptions of various suedes? E.g. Spoo's EG Malverns are "mole," various C&Js are "polo," Cheaneys "plough," etc. Are these all color indicators? or do they have something to do with the properties of the suede? I assume that "repello" is treated to repel water/stains. Is that right?
     
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    I live in the tropics, where it's always (by most gents' definition) summer, and that's style.
     
  14. Dingusberry

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    What do you guys think about these Mark McNairy Longwings? Are they too formal for a senior student at high school?
    I usually wear oxfords, polos, cardigans, v-necks and jeans to school. My other shoes are chelsea boots, desert boots and converse, so I would like to buy some new suede lowtop shoes,
    but I am not sure what kind of suede shoes that will fit a guy like me.

    What do you guys think about shoes with brick sole? "Hot or not?"

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    I do like the aesthetic of them for a super casual setting, but I would imagine they would take a beating in a high school pretty fast.
     

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