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

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

  1. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    Chrono, glad to see your distaste for my comments isn't limited to clothes.

    The shoes are funny in the same way the movie was funny (at times).


    way to break the chain of movie references.
     
  2. FiveFiveFive

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    way to break the chain of movie references.

    Yeah, Chrono sure put that in a bodybag.
     
  3. PinkPantser

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    way to break the chain of movie references.

    Shhhhhutup, Richard.
     
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    unko Well-Known Member

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    I clued in to the search function and answered my own question...carry on....
     
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    I have these, they're really nice.


    I never wear anything but sneakers and, very occasionally, a pair of chukkas. Recently, these Varvatos chukkas have caught my eye:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/New-JOHN-VARVATO...1%7C240%3A1318

    What say you all?

    Fok.
     
  6. praguewatermelon

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    My newest loves, John Varvatos Combat Boots...

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    I am interested in getting these boots from an online retailer, but I am not sure about the sizing of JV. Can you tell me what the sizing is like for these boots? Are they true to size? Are they narrow in width? (my feet are somewhat wide...) Thanks! :)
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    I have been reading about boots and have decided that I wanted to go out and get some boots that I could wear with indigo coloured jeans. My first reaction was to buy some black chelsea boots. After shopping around I finally found a pair at the mall and I tried them on. To be honest they did not look too hot on shoes, the black was not really going well with the indigo coloured jeans.

    Due to this, it is making me rule out the colour black and almost chelsea boots in general. I am on the prowl for either chukkas, desert boots or chelsea boots that cost less than $150 and in the colour brown.

    If you guys have any other suggestions for boots that will go well with indigo jeans for casual wear please let me know. I was thinking of getting some monk strapped shoes but they looked to formal.

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    If it helps I usually wear slim jeans. Thin Finns, Dior 19cm and Slim Jims.
     
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    looks like a lot of overtime for me soon so i can afford more nice shoes/boots.
     
  9. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    I hate those painted shoes....

    And yet I love them.
     
  11. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    You should sell these 3 and pay for a year's worth of rent in a gainesville apt
     
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    I have been reading about boots and have decided that I wanted to go out and get some boots that I could wear with indigo coloured jeans. My first reaction was to buy some black chelsea boots. After shopping around I finally found a pair at the mall and I tried them on. To be honest they did not look too hot on shoes, the black was not really going well with the indigo coloured jeans. Due to this, it is making me rule out the colour black and almost chelsea boots in general. I am on the prowl for either chukkas, desert boots or chelsea boots that cost less than $150 and in the colour brown. If you guys have any other suggestions for boots that will go well with indigo jeans for casual wear please let me know. I was thinking of getting some monk strapped shoes but they looked to formal. EDIT: If it helps I usually wear slim jeans. Thin Finns, Dior 19cm and Slim Jims.
    Something with laces and a tongue you can put over the jeans, DON'T tuck your boots under skinny jeans. Also good choice on not getting black, there are many lovely brown/tan/grey/white/blue/green coloured boots out there which would look 100x better with jeans. As for specific suggestions, thats up to you. There are plenty of suggestions in this thread.
     
  13. Johnny_5

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    what model & color are those frye's? look good
     
  15. Johnny_5

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    They are Cognac. Really beautiful leather.
     

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