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. eckblk

    eckblk Senior member

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    Not all of them are angled.
     
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    AlexanderTG Senior member

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    Okay, yes, you're right. But the zip boots like the Guidi 988s and some others.

    As you know, I'm a noob. I'm starting out slow and simple but I've never seen boots like that before.

    Thanks.
     
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    Dbear Senior member

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    Posting partly b/c I've been trying to subscribe to this thread for a while but I keep getting an error.

    Anyways, anyone can recommend a really nice earth toned version of the boot below (similar shape, etc)? These are my go-to boots but would love a real awesome (baller?) version in a brownish color.

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  4. eckblk

    eckblk Senior member

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    A1923 is producing boots/derbies in a dark brown/ black color called PLOMB for AW14. It's horse non-reverse.

    or

    you order some Guidi's in that color. Have no idea what the code would be- email Holger.
     
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  6. eckblk

    eckblk Senior member

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    mixmix received 7 pair right before they shut down.
     
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    Sorry. Just edited my post. Realised they are the mismatched version
     
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    buttero may have some options
     
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    uzairh Senior member

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    Layer-0?
    http://pnp-firenze.com/wp/product/layer-0-lace-boots/
     
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    Ya the Guidi zip boots are angled back and when you wear them the excess leather in the front creases up
     
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    wormwood Senior member

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    and as always, I'm back with some old shit. another one from 00-01.
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  12. eckblk

    eckblk Senior member

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    brand new too?! well played.
     
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    thanks) yep, again.
    actually live in my first pair of this model. goes with everything, more comfortable than latest s63m, allows to walk for a 25km without regret.
     
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    nice but i am surprised the back lacing doesn't get a bit annoying, heck front lacing can get annoying
     
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    Well. It's all very personal. Someone troubled to just insert a foot into it (or especially s63m). Their cut is a bit funny for people with wide foot/instep.
    As I remember, Eck has s61m's some time ago, so he knows how stiff and narrow they are in the upper area. What for lacing: yes, it's a bit tricky first few times, then you learn to do it quite fast. Best thing is that backlacing works like a ugh well elastic inset, that holds your ankle and support your walking by damping and absorbing some of the load.
     

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