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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. Abraxis

    Abraxis Well-Known Member

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    Damn in Kangaroo? Nice indeed then :) We should meet up at some point chomeo so I can check this shit out ;p Am I going to be living closer or further to you since I'm moving to SF proper? (Was in MTV before).

    eckblk needs to make a pilgrimage out here as the godfather or bootfather?
     
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  2. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Well-Known Member

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    I work in the MTV area and I've never seen anything remotely approaching this thread :plain:
     
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    "If it wasn't free and doesn't have a company logo on it, what's the point?"
     
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    cyc wid it Well-Known Member

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    Pretty much. I see socks and sandals with Bentleys and Ferraris somewhat regularly (0), but no jawnz.
     
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    Rich != knowing how to dress, I assume those guys dress for comfort
     
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    FTFY
     
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    I know this isn't the Augusta clothing thread, but has anyone handled the AW12 clothes made from the wool/poly blend? How was the fabric compared to current season stuff, the virgin wool? I've only seen the selvedge stuff from AW12
     
  9. Abraxis

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    eckblk had the aw12 blazer in wool. I dunno if it was the wool/poly blend, e.g. if they are different fabrics or not, but he said it wasn't particularly impressive. Was a bit thin and soft/drapey and pedestrian rather than stiff/structured (Which you may not want). I believe he sold it.
     
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    Ok since we are on the clothes topic whats the word on CCP breadstick pants?
     
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    I've never tried on a single piece of CCP clothing that felt comfortable and I've been checking out every shipment for like the past 2-3 years. That said, if it fits you (and it only fits certain dudes), it usually looks good. So if you're a fan of cool design and masochism, go for it!!
     
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    All I know is they fit crazy slim though with a reasonable waist. At least the 07 maybe 06 onwards stuff. I have some of the older stuff and it fits more full.
     
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    Well my ccp scarstitch jacket fit is amazing! I considered it a piece of art. However i hate spending that much money without havin tried ccp wear. So i guess i need to get my but to a city with a ccp dealer.
     
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    Unless I am forgetting something, other than atelier, who sold CCP in the USA... There in lies the problem.
     
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    Maxfield, LA.
     
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    I have 8 boots right now- with one more incoming from Anchoret/ one coming from INK.

    1.) S52M reverse horse beater boot
    2.) S52M horse beater boot
    3.) S40M calf side zip
    4.) S40M destroyed horse side zip
    5.) S21M horse back zip
    6.) M.A horse back zip
    7.) A1923 tall calf boot
    8.) A1923 Buffalo dead end boot

    If I don't wear it- It's getting sold.

    Chomeo- I had Curtis set aside the 42 for you

    Eton97- I will have the LM/2599 CORS- I wish Tass would let me move my deposit over from the LM/2334- I'd do it in a heartbeat.
     
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    I'd buy the deadend from Gray Market before getting breadsticks
     
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    You guys make me want more atelier stuff ;p
     
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    Yep thx guys i saw those deadends will strongly consider them. Eckwhat is the word with the new double zips from augusta compared to last year ones?
     
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    CCP dead end jeans is the bomb - literally. :D. I also have one of their top and it's just a work of art. the construction and attention to detail is top notch.
     

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