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. Ariiam

    Ariiam Senior member

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    urgh. Now Im doubting my choice of black for my first pair of tornadoes =/
     


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    i do really like the grey bison ccp, i almost ordered them after i got the black horse ones, actually i'd get them in black too, a few ccp at home never hurts... well hurts the wallet


    no doubts man, black always should be first pair to own


    can u post some pics, would like to see them IRL
     


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    Sure, I know this has probably been asked before but for a 44.5 should I get CCP 9 or 10 or does it vary between lined and unlined?
     


  5. smashwindow

    smashwindow Senior member

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    It's truly what it sounds like when doves cry.
     


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    @smashwindow thanks, toe box is a lot bigger than i imagined
     


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    Those are the late aw13 release right? The Library and Black Whole Store has these I think. Maybe Suus too.

    nevermind- Campbell received a reverse calf model in his 2nd A1923 for AW13
     
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    old shit again. what else you could expect from me

    augusta aw08 (?) mold green horse sidezips

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  11. eckblk

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    new diagonal front zip from m.a+ (new to me as least)

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    Shity iphone pic of the CCP tornads AM/2521SX. Really like them!
     


  13. a bag of it

    a bag of it Senior member

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    strange to see CCP worn with regular blue jeans. They look nice though
     


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    ^^ ignore the blue jeans... I just got the boots from the cobbler and took a quicky.

    Here is another older cell pic ( no blue jeans for those sensitive to departures from SZ style)
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  15. a bag of it

    a bag of it Senior member

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    haha I said they look nice. Though I have to admit they look even better with those pants.
     
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