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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. uzairh

    uzairh Senior member

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    Courtesy of Hide-m:

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    Also, a pic of mine from earlier this year:
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  2. sinnedk

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    what are the jeans? prps?
     
  3. nicelynice

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    Hide-m is wearing cotton/ramie pants from IE
    Uzairh's look like CCP jeans

    Anyone own those IE pants? I love the shots from Hide-m
     
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    Psydle, congrats to your new boots. Looks great tucked in for you. Does this only work with skinny jeans or pants?


    Nicely, thanks for the advice. I might look for maybe cheaper but quality soles as well.

    Uzairh, the last pair of white boots. Just beautiful. You got me yearning for a white pair before my black ones even arrived, LOL!
     
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    Off topic here, but since many of you have experience with brands like MA+, Guidi etc; I figure this could be the right place to pop a question:


    Does any of these brands make nice and small waist pouch (or fanny pack LOL!)?

    I know it's not a trendy thing but I do find it really practical.
     
  6. eton97

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    Guidi. Q10. Exactly what your looking for.
     
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    Guidi q10 is exactly what you are looking for.
     
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    Thanks eton.


    Will look up on this model from Guidi.
     
  9. uzairh

    uzairh Senior member

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    @sepp, have a look at Patrick Stephan bags.
    Not sure what they have in their latest collection, but their stuff is of great quality (all made in Japan). I bought a couple of his bags (in soft horse leather) a few years ago and am extremely happy with them. One of them is my messenger for daily use.
     
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    Uzairh, thanks for the lead.


    Eton, the Guidi Q10 is shaped like a bumbag but the pictures shown it is slung over the shoulders. Can these be worn around the waist as well?
     
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    does anyone have a pictures of guidi 991 and 995 side by side? I'm trying to figure out which height I like better
     
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    Can anyone tell if the below boots are Guidi? The japanese site I found the picture on says so, but the eyelets are confusing. Didn't think any Guidi had metal eyelets.

    Think these boots would be perfect for me.. only in my dreams D: Are Guidi 995 in cordovan the only option for that style? The leather of the full grain horse Guidi boots I've seen just look way softer and more grainy, which I don't like as much - are there different types?

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    They look a bit too structured for
    Guidi
     
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    Those are indeed Guid, older season 995s in a what looks to be a heavy horse leather. Some had metal eyelets. Those are also hand-dyed and unlined
     
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    Some cobbler here quoted me 150 USD for comando vibram soles on some Gudi I play on getting. Been commuting to school from Hi - Desert, and this is only cobbler near me. Anyways does this sound too steep?
    Should I just scout LA for some fairer prices?
     
  17. uzairh

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    Yes, that sounds too steep.
     
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    guess i haven't seen the older models in a long time


    yea dude, i have a cobbler that charges $50 for it and i think thats too much. I'd call around if i were you. And if you don't mind shipping then Eck recommends this place http://www.yelp.com/biz/fj-western-wear-and-boot-repair-santa-clara-4
     
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    I think $45 to $65 is a good price range for vibram. Are they stripping and replacing they entire sole for that amount? Still seems kind of steep.
     
  20. nicelynice

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    He's talking about a commando sole, that will run in the $100+ range minimum
     
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