Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by eckblk, Jun 10, 2011.
how do the double zips run tts?
Didn't know that was in stores already
Yeah those double zips were/are really fucking with me. They even have my size. They are trying really hard to persuade me that I have 1300 to spend on boots.
thanks sinnedk, lucky for me they dont have a 10 or I would be 1300 poorer right now
yea i know 1300 is a good price
i tried on the side zips at archive which are very similar, if they fit the same then they are super tight as in they fit my foot but i couldnt move my toes, he did something to the leather that makes it super stiff, i imagine it will take a bit to break in, i like those in theory but idk if i'd wear them for practicality purposes, they wouldnt be like my reverse leather back zips that just fit well on first try
search the thread a little please the guidi sizing question came up at least 20x... with that said i'll still provide some thoughts...
guidi is super snug, i reccomend sizing up 1 - 2 from your normal size, i am a us11 which is a 44 (measured to confirm), for guidi i'd take a 45.5/46 on reg heel and 46 for double heel
Avantindietro reverse cordovan boots, fit 41-42. see classifieds...
looks like garbage
you're so cute
i am cute thanks
Finally got this pair of Augusta's that I'd been eyeing. They were on "sale" at LVR's black friday sale, which is to say still damn expensive at 30% off $2200. Fit is perfect, leather is awesome, but darn it if the toe isn't really narrow on this model. Think I'm gonna send 'em back, sadly. Just looks a bit too euro/CCP for me. If anyone wants these in a 44 (fits like a US 10 IMO) before they go back, drop me a PM.
Think I might try and track down something like this model which has a rounder toe:
$2200, dude you can do way better than that, see barneys sale
thats a good buy, but i would look at the unvibramed part of the soles before judging how new it looks like, and of course the size...
42 s23 where are you??
edit: meant in reply to artishard
That toe shape looks lovely to me
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