what do you guys think of these shoes?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by watchcollector2454, Dec 29, 2007.

  1. watchcollector2454

    watchcollector2454 Senior member

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    Nothing special.
    Who/what/where?
     
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    stickonatree Senior member

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    wear with a suit. no way jose.

    wear with jeans? if the price is right (although the split toe + rugged rubber outsole combination is a bit odd).
     
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    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    To wear with jeans, khakis and cords, even a tweed jacket, they would look pretty good.
     
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    robin Senior member

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    I like them, though I'm not a fan of that seam where the upper shaft area is sewn on to the rest of the boot.
     
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    Not a fan, too clunky. Reminds me of my college grunge rock days.
     
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    I don't like them. For something similar, I'd look at Alden boots. Perhaps the NST (Norwegian Split Toe) high boots from www.LeatherSoulHawaii.com. They are similar, but better looking (and probably more expensive). Another choice in plain or cap toe would be the Alden Fan boots from Alden of Carmel (alden-of-carmel.com) Charles
     
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