Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mdubs, Jan 1, 2016.
Wedding last night with my 994's. These are nearly red in the sunlight...
1st row Dark brown suede unlined chukka on Leydon
2nd row Dark brown suede captoe on Grant & snuff suede chukka on Barrie
3rd row Tan plain toe boot & snuff suede pt boot both Modified
4th row Cxl and natural cxl Indy boots on Modified
Wife and kids out, means daddy can take a family photo.. Lol. Not quite as impressive as Mayor Mdubs, Mr Grass or Prez's recent showing but I'm quite happy with my "small" set
Not pictured: J.Crew Indy 405 (probably my most worn ironically)
(L to R, back to front)
Cigar chukka x TSM, Ravello NST boots x TSM, Cigar captoe boots x AoM, J.Crew 8 PCT boots, 8 wingtip boots x Leffot
Ravello shortwing x LS, Ravello LWB x ??, Whiskey LWB x Alden DC, King LWB
Snuff LWB x AoM x RandytheCobbler, Tan suede LHS
great boot collection. nice to see modified
really great saddles. we need a sunlight shot.
great family pic. smart choices.
Your collection is super! Love the Ravellos
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Your Shell boots are looking great! Need to get them Ravellos out!
Those are cool Chris, old school style.
You have a nice round collection of Suedes and cxl.
You have many great makeups and should be happy with your family.
Lovely Indy's. -Mike
Another sale poll - sell one of three
Color 8 Jumper Boots
Black cordovan straight tip boots (4065)
Black shortwing bluchers
Thanks for the info gents!
Great collections gentlemen! I need to get my family photo done. It's all about timing
Once Jerry Brown gets done, you'll be retracting that sentiment....
The Regina Grain Wingtip boots Yenni just got in look amazing (via Instagram):
Not sure if the grain is colored like that on the wingtip or if that's just light, but it gives it a ton of character!
What is the work environment like?
I'd be inclined to get rid of the bluchers..
Thanks! I sure hope they hold up as well as calfskin.
What's the difference between Regina and alpine grain? A finer pattern?
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