had timbs for about 2 years but they're starting to get a little worn and possibly need replacing
is there anything that even comes close in terms of style/quality for boots? dr martens perhaps?
i think these look good too. even better once they get a little beat up.
the only timbs i ever see locally are the ones OP posted
>find some old Timbs I had back in High School when I'm home for college
>iron the creases out, clean them up with suede cleaner, replace the laces
Now I probably only wore mine for the span of a few months possibly a year but if they can be saved you should save them
timbs are fucking garbage. they were trash before they were meme boots. i had a pair as a kiddo and they fucking sucked. and those dark brown ones are revolting. the blacks are okay.
What do yall think of this new blue version of the wolverine 1000s? Comes with a rubber sole too
he said comfort nigger
and one of their best is 150 bucks and resoleable
Bought some of these a month ago, they're warm and comfy as fuck.
/fit/ here. Over the past few months i've been getting my body into respectable condition, but I lack the specific kind of autism that allows people to understand fashion
are tims a good idea or not? I have a pair like those pictured in the OP, but used to do lots of outside labor so they are worn and stained.
Is this acceptable footwear for a 24 year old? Should I tuck my [spoiler]corduroys[/spoiler] into them? or go over the top?
Just get Panama Jacks, pretty similar to Timbs, just a bit slimmer and better quality.
yea i mean theyre work boots, theyre acceptable for pretty much any age. They look good in a fit if theyre laced properly and not all loose with the tongue out. Personally like the black nubuck ones or the dark brown. The yellow ones are just too recognizable and played out for me
How do I wear in my timbs nicely? on my second winter with them. They're the pro series so they're waterproof and sheit, still look new. Just want them to look more worn in but not dirty.
you're looking for a boot.
nubuck is good enough for you, and you aren't picky about it being welt only, no glue. commando sole. it's not the bottom quality boot only because fake leather and glue exist.
if you look around you can probably find some sale, and get something for a song.
Workwear and heavy squats go great together, you should have the physique to make work boots 'appropriate', and not just a fashion choice. Big boots will balance the quads, and help a bit if you're a manlet. Personally, I go with slightly fancier boots (grain leather instead of nubuck, without that plastic thing at the ankle), but still big, rugged boots with a commando sole.