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The Official Artisanal "streetwear" footwear (boots, shoes, sandals) thread (Guidi, CCP, Augusta, M.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by eckblk, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. chomeo

    chomeo Senior member

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    E - is that the same pair on Hlorenzo? it's more scarred on Hlorenzo however.
     
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    HLorenzo's is scarred horse. Altelier's is Bullhide. I'm guessing Barney's is cow or oiled horse.

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    man, those are amazing. the bottom one slightly moreso.
     
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    this is not what i wear everyday, but man these are the most amazing boots i've ever seen.
    congrats eckblk
     
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    chomeo Senior member

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    damn it E! I really want those backzip. they look amazing for a beater boots.
     
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    LOL- They aren't mine- just some pics a friend forwarded to me.

    I did receive these beauties in the mail today :slayer:

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    where the heck to you keep finding brand new CD ?
     
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    want something like that in my size so bad
     
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    hahahah E you're so weak man! say you don't really like laces anymore but then when a deal pops up, BAM you're a kopping machine :slayer:
     
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    I know- I really shouldn't have bought these, it was a really impulsive buy to be completely honest.
     
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    as far as impulse buys go, that's gotta be one of the better ones.
     
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    In general, what do you think of carpe diem side zips eck? Any models you particularly like/dislike? I prefer the single soled versions.
     
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    double sole is the only way to go imo.

    and side zips are some of the rarest carpes (per Eck). if i'm not mistaken his s40's are his favorite pair. I *think
     
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  17. Urthwhyte

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    So one of the pull tabs on the rear of my InAisce boots snapped off at the bottom [​IMG]. Looks like the stitching pulled straight out? Should be an easy fix for a cobbler right?
     
  18. modalsaliency

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    Yeah, though it's possible to just send them directly to Jona. If you ask politely he'll do the repairs himself.
     
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    thats cool
     
  20. chomeo

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    i remember reading somewhere that InAisce boots are hand made in Italy by local artisans there. so, the boots maybe sent back there and you maybe out for a couple weeks or more. probably better to go to a local cobbler for help.
     

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