Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ysb, Feb 9, 2011.
@GoldenTribe: take a knee son, you've won at the Internet today....
Dear God, no.
"Style is relative" is the second thing you learn here.
After you understand it's not about trying to look like a "normal person."
Don't you have something more important to get to than policing people's taste?
Like griping about how #gamergate is really about ethics in journalism?
Speaking of Guidi, wearing them today...
Can I see a fit pic of yours
That's a great looking pair of boots..Enjoy!
Nice jeans too. Which brand?
Actually, if I saw these, I would think, "There is someone living an interesting life and wearing shoes the way they are meant to be worn instead of sitting around trolling styleforum or reading reddit."
Also, those are Italian calf, so not sure why you are using them as an example in your CXL discourse.
Thanks, m8694. You wouldn't think that Vibergs with stiff double leather soles would be comfortable but after only about a dozen wears, they are one of the most comfortable boots I own. I have another pair of Guidi leather boots and they are extremely comfortable as well. Although the Guidi leather might contribute somewhat to the comfort, I'm guessing it's just the fact that they're Viberg.
Epaulet grey Wilshire denim. Love the fit of the Wilshires.
You certainly can.
I know. I said they weren't CXL. Was just talking about beat up shoes.
Lol, they way they are "MEANT" to be worn. I hope one day I am wearing on my shoes in the middle of another chernobyl disaster. That's really how they are meant to be worn!!!
Those are grey? Whoops, thought they were indigo ...The Wilshires fit me great as well. I have the black kaiharas....
I'm curious how Vibergs double leather sole wears vs the dainite? What are the pros and cons of each?
Has anyone experienced this? It's not the stich coming apart, just the edgr of the leather upper from the sole. I've only been wearing these for two weeks but I imagine it could happen on any pair. I've already emailed Viberg but I'm curious to hear people's thoughts here. I assume they use some sort of adhesive to finish the edge? When I press it back down it stays and you can't tell.
That's disappointing, I thought that they were supposed to last decades
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