The official brogue boot style thread.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by nerazzurrri, May 28, 2010.

  1. wiru

    wiru Senior member

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    He's making a specific comparison between similar shoes. In that group, they're relatively sleek.
     
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    At least I'm pushing for a cheaper approximation of that.
     
  3. nerazzurrri

    nerazzurrri Well-Known Member

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    At least I'm pushing for a cheaper approximation of that.


    Those things are beyond hideous dude.[​IMG]
     
  4. Nananine

    Nananine Senior member

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    Those things are beyond hideous dude.[​IMG]

    Not to me, but hey
     
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    Herring is always a cheap(er) choice, though they are less full in the toe than either tricker or PS Corso.


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    The grains I especially like.
     
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  8. nerazzurrri

    nerazzurrri Well-Known Member

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    Herring is always a cheap(er) choice, though they are less full in the toe than either tricker or PS Corso.


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    The grains I especially like.


    Link to where to buy? And I'd like to see someone wearing them also [​IMG]
     
  9. AR_Six

    AR_Six "Sookie!"

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    Those look very much like C&J storm welts.
     
  10. Schpacko

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    Yeah baby, check out these stows:

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    BTW: can anybody tell me something about the width of the stows? I wear a 9E in AE for example, do you think a stow would be too narrow?
     
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    Brogue boots are my favourite style of shoe... These are my Loake Banks. [​IMG]
     
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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    yo those are hideous
     
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    Loake Banks are great shoes, I get compliments on them all the time.
     
  14. mlyngard

    mlyngard Senior member

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    A few others in a more moderate price range (under $300). Other leather finishes. Quality vs. Trickers is not a debate I'm trying to start...:

    Alfred Sargent

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    Grenson 'Sharp'

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    Grenson 'Fred' (note thicker triple sole and larger punched brogueing)

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    Loake 'Burford'

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    Many of these British shoemakers will do custom mods (leather, color, sole, details), so keep your eyes open for bespoke version of these made specifically for certain shops or designers.

    There's also a previous good discussion here on SF
     
  15. chowchow

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    Link to where to buy? And I'd like to see someone wearing them also [​IMG]
    +1 link to buy please. those are awesome

    Yeah baby, check out these stows:

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    BTW: can anybody tell me something about the width of the stows? I wear a 9E in AE for example, do you think a stow would be too narrow?


    trickers are no way close to narrow feet. i normally wear a UK9 and i m more than happy with a UK9 in my trickers
     

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