The streetwear shoes and boots thread...No sneakers please

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Johnny_5, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. Mr.K

    Mr.K Senior member

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    The Herring are also my favorites, just not as good for the hot summer months as the Alden unlined chukkas.
     
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  3. Schpacko

    Schpacko Senior member

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    Just some of my daily wear shoes.

    Herring Boots
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    Loakes with a Dianite sole for the wet
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    Suede Flex Welt Alden Chukkas
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    Allen Edmonds Chester
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    Very nice. All of them. [​IMG]
     
  4. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    Been eying these Rider Boots for a while:

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    #6 Shell


    Ahab, what last are these and how do they compare to barrie would you happen to know?
     
  5. Stylin-1

    Stylin-1 Senior member

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    Red wing boots are amazing. I have owned my pair for over three years now, and still have them re-conditioned for free. I love my red wing boots, great with jeans.
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    If you stay here on SF for a few months you'll be giving those to the Salvation Army and at least kopping some GT's at minimum.

    Just some of my daily wear shoes.

    Herring Boots
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    Loakes with a Dianite sole for the wet
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    Suede Flex Welt Alden Chukkas
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    Allen Edmonds Chester
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    Nice chukkas. I really need to grow out of my Clarks and get some real ones.
     
  6. Ahab

    Ahab Senior member

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    Ahab, what last are these and how do they compare to barrie would you happen to know?
    They are the 46 last which I have not tried on. I wear a 10D Barrie and have a pair of Rider Boots Chukka's on last 4A that fits at 10.5 and have tried on the 95 last and I also wear a 10.5 in that last. So they seem to fit a half size larger than Barrie or true to size. I wear them weekly with suits.

    Ron is great to work with. I am not sure he knows the Alden fitting but, luckily, it seems his distribution has grown to stores that sell Alden so he probably knows more than in the past.

    I would like to stress that I love Alden, but Rider Boots have a better finish and seem more elegant.
     
  7. Binker

    Binker Senior member

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    these have been my everydays lately

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  8. Cacatfish

    Cacatfish Senior member

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    ^ Nice, what are those?
     
  9. Binker

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    thanks man. they're TO&CO, a japanese run brand with production in italy

    not sure on the season, purchased off yahoo japan
     
  10. nerazzurrri

    nerazzurrri Well-Known Member

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    your jeans are WAY too baggy
     
  11. Stylin-1

    Stylin-1 Senior member

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    your jeans are WAY too baggy

    Easy there, fit nazi. Maybe he doesn't agree.
     
  12. Binker

    Binker Senior member

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    I assure you they aren't, they're tapered and they stack cleanly on on shoes. They're just bunched weirdly in that pic.
     
  13. Cacatfish

    Cacatfish Senior member

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    thanks man. they're TO&CO, a japanese run brand with production in italy

    not sure on the season, purchased off yahoo japan


    Nice catch.

    Seems like the cool ones are always near impossible to track down [​IMG]
     
  14. Razele

    Razele Senior member

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    +1 Ron is a great guy

    Jet just email him he is awesome to deal with and his MTO program is top notch, designs are great and he can hand burnish alot of stuff as an extra too.

    The store he works with stock saphir cremes too, which are easily the best.

    I've been trying to get people on the Ron Rider jock for ages
     
  15. Ahab

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    +1 Ron is a great guy

    Jet just email him he is awesome to deal with and his MTO program is top notch, designs are great and he can hand burnish alot of stuff as an extra too.

    The store he works with stock saphir cremes too, which are easily the best.

    I've been trying to get people on the Ron Rider jock for ages

    Yeah I picked up some Saphir creams from him this year and they are noticeably better than the Meltonian.
     

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