winter boots

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by KingKongLives, Sep 16, 2006.

  1. KingKongLives

    KingKongLives Active Member

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    what options do i have for good-looking winter boots? i'm looking at around $80-150 although I could go higher.

    i don't really have any idea of what to expect in winter shoes, so please inform me =].
     


  2. Ott

    Ott Senior member

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    I'm curious as well. I wore canvas jack purcells all winter last year, which was just retarded with 2 feet of snow [​IMG] I'm thinking about picking up some leather high tops and wool socks.
     


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    Flame Senior member

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    Doc Martens and Visvim 7-holes for me.
     


  4. familyman

    familyman Senior member

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    Where do you live? Winter boots needs are different in LA or Chicago or Winnepeg.
     


  5. JoMak_NYC

    JoMak_NYC Senior member

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    I have a solid black pair of Timbs for there's a lot of snow on the groud. Otherwise I wear my regular shoes/snakers.
     


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    Foe me in Edmonton, Alberta; I generally am able to get by with whatever shoes fow school, etc...Then own literal winter boots (sorels) and North Face Hiking Boots for trudging throught the snow.
     


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    I like to wear NEOS over whatever shoe I want to be wearing whenever I get to wherever I'm going.
     


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    j (stands for Jerk) Admin

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    I hope they are the white food processing ones. Those look awesome. But yeah, those look like a great option. How is the inside? Will it scuff up polished shoes?
     


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