• We would like to welcome Pete and Harry as an official Affiliate Vendor. Pete and Harry, co-founded by Erik (EFV) one of our long time members and friends, offers a wide variety of products, clothes, watches and accessories, antique, vintage, “pre-loved” and new - all at unparalleled prices. Please visit their new thread and give them a warm welcome.

  • STYLE. COMMUNITY. GREAT CLOTHING.

    Bored of counting likes on social networks? At Styleforum, you’ll find rousing discussions that go beyond strings of emojis.

    Click Here to join Styleforum's thousands of style enthusiasts today!

Wythe Official Thread - this ain't your meemaw's yeehaw

LatAm

Senior Member
Joined
Jun 17, 2016
Messages
878
Reaction score
930
Anyone get the camp socks? Are they soft? I find that WigWam's Cypress socks (the prototypical marled cotton socks) aren't soft, and I'm looking for an alternative.
I got the three pack from NMWA and love them. Definitely softer than your average marled cotton sock, but not uber soft. Maybe if uber soft is your goal, a different kind of sock might be better?
 

King Calder

Distinguished Member
Joined
Aug 8, 2013
Messages
1,845
Reaction score
3,743
^ Same as @LatAm - I got the three pack and like them a lot. I think they're great for the price. The colors are excellent.
 

notmandatory

Senior Member
Joined
Jun 26, 2014
Messages
129
Reaction score
224
A couple of Boots are now available for pre-order



 

M Parenti

Senior Member
Joined
Aug 21, 2014
Messages
123
Reaction score
138
This season’s tote is also very good. Matches the roper.
 

FrankCowperwood

Stylish Dinosaur
Joined
May 23, 2011
Messages
10,332
Reaction score
14,493
Would anyone who has last year's cowboy boots care to comment on the sizing? Compared to say, Alden? I read the sizing advice on the Wythe site, but some IRL data would be nice!
 

Gus

Stylish Dinosaur
Dubiously Honored
Joined
Sep 18, 2007
Messages
18,267
Reaction score
6,711
Would anyone who has last year's cowboy boots care to comment on the sizing? Compared to say, Alden? I read the sizing advice on the Wythe site, but some IRL data would be nice!
I wear a US11 in most dress shoes although an occasional 10.5 if it is an extra roomy last. I bought a pair of Alden loafers earlier this Spring and took a 10.5 at the suggestion of the shop owner and I regretted not getting the 11. I took the Wythe suede boot in an 11 and was glad I did. It is an easy fit which allows me to take it off and put it on without a major struggle. It is a very nice boot with classic good looks and construction. I am tempted to order the one in black as well.

Here is the suede version in action near my home:

IMG_6187.jpeg
 

Gus

Stylish Dinosaur
Dubiously Honored
Joined
Sep 18, 2007
Messages
18,267
Reaction score
6,711
I highly recommend getting a boot jack as well. It makes pulling them off, especially when brand new, so easy. You can get these for $15 or even less.

IMG_6926.jpeg
 

FrankCowperwood

Stylish Dinosaur
Joined
May 23, 2011
Messages
10,332
Reaction score
14,493
I wear a US11 in most dress shoes although an occasional 10.5 if it is an extra roomy last. I bought a pair of Alden loafers earlier this Spring and took a 10.5 at the suggestion of the shop owner and I regretted not getting the 11. I took the Wythe suede boot in an 11 and was glad I did. It is an easy fit which allows me to take it off and put it on without a major struggle. It is a very nice boot with classic good looks and construction. I am tempted to order the one in black as well.

Here is the suede version in action near my home:

View attachment 1643340
Great thank you Gus. Your suede boots look terrific and they are certainly in their natural element right there.

The Alden loafers you got are the LHS on the Van last or are they another one of the Alden loafers?

The boot jack is an excellent suggestion too! Thanks.
 

Styleforum is proudly sponsored by

Featured Sponsor

How often do you get a haircut?

  • Every 2 weeks

  • Every 3 weeks

  • Once a month

  • Every 6 weeks or longer


Results are only viewable after voting.

Related Threads

Forum statistics

Threads
464,202
Messages
10,026,842
Members
209,416
Latest member
ultrarecovery
Top