White's Swing last is wide in the toe. After the first pair of swings, I had White's custom bump the big toe area even more.I'd love to find some wide toe box/zero heel drop boots that look semi classic to wear with my jackets. They wouldn't even have to be minimalist. A hard flat sole would be fine! I've been in minimalist shoes long enough that my toe spread gets crushed in any traditional boot.
I ride a vintage bicycle with toe cages, and I have some squishy toed sneakers I wear but not for longer than a couple hours, so that's sortof OK. And on the motorcycle it's the same thing with riding boots, tolerable for a few hours.
But walking around all day I'd really like some minimal boot options. And something that can be resoled. I feel like there is a hole in the industry that would be filled by a company that decided to make boots like either Wesco on the high end or Chippewa on the value end. Traditional construction but with a barefoot mindset.
Had some nice stuff but nothing like these Clinches.Jeo, I don't know what you had before. But dang, upping your boot game to Clinch and Role Club is one hell of a double home run.
It can be argued that a pair of chuck t’s is all one really needs.I’m going in the opposite direction of Jeo— sneakers. Wolverine, Harley, Converse for sale for $50 or less. Too many colors to count. And my calluses are gone too lol.
Not sure about chucks on rainy days or after middle age lol
The fabric can be waxed. But for my taste, I like Palladiums better than Chucks.Not sure about chucks on rainy days or after middle age lol