Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by eckblk, Jun 10, 2011.
Not all of them are angled.
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.
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.
A1923 is producing boots/derbies in a dark brown/ black color called PLOMB for AW14. It's horse non-reverse.
you order some Guidi's in that color. Have no idea what the code would be- email Holger.
Haha, I own those, and I've always wondered if they actually made a full run of them, or I'd just ended up with a bizarre one off. That said, my non-fashion Dallas friends and family are quite amused by them.
mixmix received 7 pair right before they shut down.
Sorry. Just edited my post. Realised they are the mismatched version
buttero may have some options
Ya the Guidi zip boots are angled back and when you wear them the excess leather in the front creases up
and as always, I'm back with some old shit. another one from 00-01.
brand new too?! well played.
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.
nice but i am surprised the back lacing doesn't get a bit annoying, heck front lacing can get annoying
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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