Hey /fa/ggots, help me out with something.
What kind of boots are these? also where to buy.
Also, Boots General.
Looks like monks that go to lower ankle, maybe just some cowboy-ish buckle boots with how the leather transitions from solid to some strange flimsy shit in the upper
definitely socks imo
leather just doesn't do that unless it's cordovan or guidi/another designer brand has done something insane to it
this is what I see
could be wrong, but I really don't see a leather boot creasing like that, and I don't think single monk straps are commonly used on boots
Both plebe brands and designers throw random shit on shoes / clothing all the time
>fucking zippers on everything
>fucking buckles that do nothing
>laces and zippers and fucking buckles all at once
I think it's a different leather on the upper as previously stated, maybe some strange treated shit, maybe pleather, who knows? Clearly you and I don't.
Just snagged these for $175 because nordstrom was having a sale.
How'd I do?
>that contrast stitching, lol
>that large sole
You copped overpriced timbs. Next time try Amazon, you'll save some money.
If you're looking for quality, maybe try some Alden cap toes, Allen Edmonds cap toe or wingtip, or Wolverine 1000 mile if you really like the look of those.
Looking to get my first pair of boots.
These seem alright, Cop?
Also, other places to look?
Not looking for formal boots of course
My boots. I think I'm set on boots for a while now. Maybe some distressed brown boots one day. Anyone know where I can find some?
i was wondering... is it a good idea to NOT go for chelsea boots if i want my feet to appear smaller? because chelseas are usually rather pointy, aren't they?
i'm quite slim and tall as it is, so i'd like to work on compensating for that
unless you have super wide feet, dont worry too much about the length. its hardly noticeable from others point of view.
the appearance of longer feet is pretty norm. with dress shoes and boots anyways. its when you have super wide feet and long ones that theres an issue... you end up looking like a clown.
What's a good pair of boots that can handle some rain too? A recent rainstorm really tested my sneakers and I've been meaning to get a pair. I was thinking maybe chippewa blacksmiths, or some weather ready chukkas. No more than 200 unless they can really justify the price, and can be worn casually and business casually.
Looking for nice suede chukkas in Europe (Paris). Any ideas. I like dark brown but meermin and septieme largeur have stopped selling nice ones :(
looking at combat boots
anyone had any experience with epaulet?
What do you think about these? I'm unsure about the quality of Royal Republiq anyone who has any experience? GRANA DERBY MIDCUT and 132 euros they are
Recently picked up these pants ( BBS ) and im looking for nice shoes that would work with them. I really like the look of the ones in this pictures. Do you guys have any recommendations? Thanks!
Should I buy these? Currently on sale. Not really a fan of the blue laces but laces are easy enough to change.