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Wondering about Wingtips

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by koobam amn, May 13, 2013.

  1. koobam amn

    koobam amn New Member

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    Okay im totally confused about this... i saw these in a store, LOVE them but i cannot figure out if they could be considered square toed... it seems rounded but i could be wrong im not sure. could someone enlighten me?
    im new to the forum btw so try not to be too harsh thaaanks
     


  2. Subutai

    Subutai Senior member

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    They are not square toed...but they do look a bit beat up
     


  3. tobiasj

    tobiasj Senior member

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    It would be helpful if you could provide some better photos and tell us what brand they are and how much, so that we can judge you help you more fully.
     


  4. koobam amn

    koobam amn New Member

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    yeah this is the display shoe. i would ask for a different one
     


  5. DonaldGrins

    DonaldGrins Member

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    It is not a squar toed Koobam. Anyway, do you have a photo of you wearing that?
     


  6. Sanguis Mortuum

    Sanguis Mortuum Senior member

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    They are not in any way square-toed. I'd be hard pressed to find a shoe that was any *less* square-toed without going too far in the opposite direction and becoming too pointy.
     


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