Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
If i'm a size 10 in chucks and size 9.5 in Clarks dbs, what's my ToJ size?
one side size 9E and one side size 11EE, and you will have to wait 8 months and make a lot of calls to the CEO and the customer service girl.
Casual black shoes that aren't combat boots or ankle boots or easily mistaken for dress shoes. Correct answer is grainy longwing with natural welt.
These plans sound cool.
wingtips/boots/sneaks sounds like it would be a good starting line up
Two-tone longwings. Anaconda and blistered lamb.
washed black boot (like the Tricker's superboot, but with more treatment) on a Vibram Christy sole). Much better than leather soles or crepe soles for us frequent travelers.
How about a leather black boot that is lightweight and can be worn dressed up and casual? I wish I could find a black shoe that is as versatile, well-made, and comfortable as my brown Alden suede chukkas.
Zip boots or something like PS/Triumph Daytonas...meaning sleek bike boots with both zips and laces. Allows a lot of adjusting to have a very close fit.
I'll be honest here. After I started working, I totally regret not buying two things: 10 ToJ Dress Shirts and a Chesterfield in Charcoal. Honestly, those dress shirts are...perfect.
You always realize what you've missed out on after it's gone for good T_T
Some sort of combat boot (like the dayton service boot, just without the dayton part) seems like an obvious choice for ToJ. Possibly with a sole choice between leather or sleek commando (see alden's or h by hudson's commando soles).
Sorry man, your posts are usually on point, but those are bloody awful.
any everyday sneaker thats next level
Not that my opinion counts for anything but I think some versatile black boots (similar to the Alden Indys or even 1000 miles or Thorogood for Epaulet), derbies, and some plain type sneakers (something CP esque perhaps) would be a badass lineup.
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