Shoes and boots that don't SUCK

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  1. maxdesu New Member

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    oh man
    the leather chukkas and authentics
    are dope as hell

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    i might get these soon for winter. are they grippy enough on ice? anybody knows?
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    ^ better buy some skates if you want to go on ice :cool:

    I don't know if they are grippy on ice, no shoes really are i think, the crepe material is grippy but they don't have much of a profile.
     
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    :shock: gimme gimme gimme
     
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    you want the 877 josh..they are great! but takes a while to put it on..lol
     
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    I prefer Hi tops too, mainly because they make for better stacking ;-)
     
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    i wanted to get those alden plaza captoes too thing is they are out of my size which is 7. only have 7.5 which i know will be too big and 6.5 which i know will be too tight.

    too bad they won't do a rerun of them either. in fact most of the shoes i liked they didn't have size 7 period.
     
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    did they protect your feet well enough during the melbourne winter?

    those black boots make you look like a soldier, cabl3. but i get the picture of how you are gonna wear them, just like what we discussed last night;-).
     
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    My next pair of boots will be the Alden AF43
     
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    it does its job..all i can say. although its not as cold here to compare.

    i really love the rw1911. the gentleman traveler series..soon...soon..
     
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    i get what you mean josh..yes i agree that rw looks absolutely nice not too work boots-ey look.
     
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    im def. getting the 1911 in the coming future:mrgreen:
     
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    Too bad they cost an arm and a leg.. Hey, if I'm losing a leg, what do I need the pair of boots for? I'd just take one. That way I'd only have to lose an arm. But then, I'll only have one boot and two legs.. Goddamn Dayton.
     
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    so ur into high heels, eh? ;-)
     
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    :-? Hahaha.
     
  17. aria New Member

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    Maybe you guys can help me out.

    I'm looking for a casual / semi-formal loafer that I can dress up with a suit but still pull off wearing with jeans and a sport coat. The main requirement is comfort; they have GOT to be comfortable.
     
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    Get the Zeha Oxford. It's tight. Tight stylistically, not as in narrow, so you don't have to worry about the comfort thing, as they have that fully covered.
     
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    just came home and these were waiting for me:

    RED WING 8138

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