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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. psydle

    psydle Senior member

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    I just always picture Simone and Carol standing across a cobblestone street from each other, each waving wooden mallets and both screaming "you steala thea idea froma mea!"
     
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    I do like CCPs curvier zip which extends after the heel part actually. Didnt even know my 1923 are called "spiral zips" until recently. I thought they were designed more like back zips.
     
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    That's probably how Simone talks but Carol would be something like: vot tu you sink you arr doing du anschloch! kopping mein vork! Ich would make a deadend jumper suit from you, but dein skin ist unworthy of my artisan vork.
     
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    I just fell out of my chair laughing. Bravo @Jbravo , bravo indeed.
     
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    I purchased expensive shoes (well at least they are expensive for me) for the first time (these) and was hoping someone could help me with tips on keeping them in good condition? What products to use and with which purpose, how often to use them, modifications ? (I think I've seen things in this thread about putting something on the bottom of the shoe to protect it).
     
  7. NoCheeseNoMice

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    A1923 Kudu double zip, just about broken in..
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  8. eton97

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    All good bud [​IMG]

    Just do it. [​IMG]

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  9. NoCheeseNoMice

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    Amazing Jacket - looks perfect
     
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    Cheers bud. Same goes for those kudu's
     
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    Yes add vibram to the sole, heel taps and condition with saphir.
     
  12. NoCheeseNoMice

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    Cheers eton, just want that CCP jacket you have :) may have to order one.. looks mint
     
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    Well, to be fair to my (awful) opinions (that nobody should take with a grain of salt), my collection of CCP items still total just a pair of tornadoes that I'm gonna sell. CCP garments are just absolutely incredible technically, and it's a marvel to appreciate them as objects. As clothing, a lot of pieces still don't fit my wardrobe and attitude - as cool as the CCP high neck is, I still feel a bit swallowed up by it. Uzairh, on the other hand, wears CCP just about as good as anyone I've seen, and I see it quite often "in the wild" living over here. I'm quite content to leave it to the professionals in this case :) That still doesn't mean I wouldn't mind a white scarstitch...
     
  14. ray15626

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    Do you still have the MA+ Boots? How much are you asking for it?
     
  15. eckblk

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    Whom is this directed to?
     
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    that does look perfect Eton. now if someone would tell the ebay world to stop low balling on my glove high neck so that I can use the funds that cors high neck.
     
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    I too have joined the military bread bag pants club. They had it in grey at thearchive and couldn't resist. This year it's 45% linen, 45% hemp, 10% ramie... my trifecta of favorite fabrics. Hard to believe they bagged bread in that shit.

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    thanks, wow they have a great buy... some really rare pieces there like the backbone sweater, the crescent collar jacket and that trench. and that double layer knit the reverse side is really awesome.

    and that handstitched knit coat, damn
     
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    Would look a lot better if they didnt use a model with a double chin and child bearing hips
     
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