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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ysb, Feb 9, 2011.
That's bad... Unlucky . Otherwise they are such beautiful boots. Hope the return goes smooth.
I bet if you just wore them over time the color would all blend together over time.
I guess it's just a matter of being "ok" with it until that happens.
Yeah, I dig the mismatched panels, my derby boot has lighter and darker shades of cognac on each side and I think the contrast looks cool.
And seconded I think it would even our over time. Part of the appeal to me
Meh, the leather is so thin, i thought this leather was thicker, similar to crust horsehide, how disappointing....
Well usually if it's lined, the leather isn't going to be that thick. Just something to think about for future purchases.
Edit: I'll correct myself here. I do have reverse mushroom chamois chelseas and those are lined but the leather is still thick. I think regarding service boots though - if it needs to be lined it's probably thin.
I thought my tumbled horsehide was thin, but this one looks thinner.
these don’t look like different shades of the same color, but different colors...
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