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Winter Footwear: Attractive Shoes and Boots for Rain, Snow, and Slush

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Patrick R, Jan 13, 2015.

  1. SimplyStylin

    SimplyStylin Senior member

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    I'm sure that's true, though I'm still interested in hearing more suggestions about what is currently being used by guys on this forum and starting a new thread seemed redundant.
     
  2. Scipio202

    Scipio202 New Member

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    what about galway2 from C&J ?

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  3. SimplyStylin

    SimplyStylin Senior member

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    Good looking boots! Really like the dark color of the leather.

    I'm throwing in these 2 as well:

    Loake Hyde in Brown Grain:

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    Allen Edmonds First Ave in Pebble Grain:
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  4. RogerP

    RogerP Senior member

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    Flannels and sport coat:
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    Synthetic soles just make faaaaar more sense for foul weather wear. It's not even close. But winter does hold a few cold dry days where the leather soles get an outing.
     
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  5. ShawnBC

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    Daaaaamn, @RogerP that's a nice collection! Do you have equally as many shoes for Spring/Summer? [​IMG]
     
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    Roger...These are truly beautiful. :wow: Are they Carmina/Rain last ?


    Thanks,
    Phillip :)
     
  7. RogerP

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    Thanks. Yes, quite a few shoes as well but my first love is boots.
     
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  8. RogerP

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    Cheers Phillip - these are Enzo Bonafe on the 363Mod last.
     
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    They all look unworn, in new condition! Your shining method looks on point, too!
     
  10. RogerP

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    Well that's because they are new and unworn - at least in the pics. With the exception of the first pair - the Galways. I do periodically post "How are they holding up?" pics of the shoes and boots a year or two or three down the road, but my go-to gallery is made up of fresh out of the box pics.
     
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    Of the many epic shoe collections on SF, RogerP's is the one I envy most. Alas, it looks like he has longer feet than me, so theft is not an option.
     
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