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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.

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    i'm glad your nyu scholarship had such a great payoff.
     
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    What style/leather do you guys prefer for A1923?

    Workboots (laced) or Back/side zips?

    Reverse or non-reversed?

    I've been trying very hard to find a pair of boots I can use daily and wear with anything-Prefer A1923 over Guidi, but A1923 side/backzips look bulbous around the shaft

    Narrowed it down to something like:

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    In any case does this model fit TTS?
     
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    All should be TTS. Warning #3 is from ss12 and it varies in the distressing some are worse than others. I personally hated mine, some liked theirs. My suggestion is #1 because it is most straight forward boot. But i do not know how distressed you like you like your boots
     
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    one more thing, horse > calf but you cannot go wrong normally
     
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    I personally like horse but it seems this season only #2 came in horse-I've not seen the SS2014 (which everyone says is great) but no one posts actual pics :(

    Im also a bit impatient and wish to get a pair now...My normal style is more M.A+ / SLP / Dior rather than BBS/CCP, which is why i'm leaning towards 'cleaner' leathers but the destroyed/reverse ones really do seem awesome

    This is how I tend to usually dress:

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    Your super retarded for passing on those if they are your size
     
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    I agree with the way you dress you would want a cleaner pair so option 1 is great.

    check these a1923 maybe they are your size.

    any reason you dont want to stick with ma+? Have you considered a Layer-0 lace up?


    @brad-t i am kinda shocked you wouldnt want the boots, you have python in that TOJ and these boots would match it well. I literally cannot think of anyone else who would pull that on this forum. Side note: i do think you can rock a kick as a pair of ccp with your style these http://pnp-firenze.blogspot.com/2013/12/carol-christian-poell-fw-13-14-unlined_3.html or these http://pnp-firenze.blogspot.com/2013/12/carol-christian-poell-fw-13-14-unlined.html
     
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    i think wearing python boots with anaconda jacket would be really tacky haha

    also read on sz that they run small so i don't know ...

    would love a pair of black CCP's but too rich for me, really want to get the KKA sidezips next month but i don't know if budget can allow it, breaking up is weird.
     
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    Your a spaz brad
     
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    Python boots belong out in the Australian wilderness or on a redneck hillbilly in a southern swamp, if that. Beyond gaudy to wear in a city.
     
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    OK, I might have to buy them now.
     
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    Just make sure you post a fitpic and wear them in town. [​IMG]
     
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    oh yeah, those would be the thing that would make people stare
     
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