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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by red devil, Nov 4, 2017.
That reminds me I gotta check if I won the Euro-jackpot yesterday.
Lucchese Classic Ropers today in "Sueded Hippopotamus" ( I kid you not !)
Elephant I can't and won't have , but them Hippo' MOFOS are a mean bunch apparently !
Out and about.
Stellar! Love my luccheses.
Nick's 10" Packers. These were picked up off the 'bay 2nd hand, but they are still essentially brand new. Some break-in to do, but they are quite comfortable already. Nice to be back into boot season...
Guess I just love robust rough out
I have some MP95 Wesco waxed flesh boondockers on the way through Mansway, though I'm still not sure if I should have gone true to size instead of half sizing down and up in width.
First day at the office after 6 months yesterday, Alden wing tip boot in black shell cordovan combined with a SB heavy deerskin Gatsby.
Very stylish! I'm also at the office today but I don't see anybody here dressed that well! My compliments
Thanks! we are supposed to work from home still, but I had a series of appointments that would be far more efficient to have face-to-face.
The building was almost empty but still felt nice to work there once again.
And ofcourse no rain yesterday so I could wear my shells without worries!
Me and my colleagues are also still supposed to work from home. But after months of working at the kitchen table, I really felt the need to go to the office, simply just to be in a professional work environment. It even feels good to get in the car in the early morning during rush hour. Strange how I now appreciate things which I resented before Covid.
Wearing my beat up several year old
Gold Buffalo with Chocolate Elk lined handmade Mocs at the office today. And with black shorts because comfort over beauty for me today.
They seem super-comfortable.
Your Uncle makes awesome moccasins Danny! I now have two pairs that I wear around the house all the time.
I was going to ask a long time ago and forgot to. You know Covid makes time not real and nothing exists sometimes haha. But I was going to ask if you ever went through with it and what you got. If you have any pics and what not let see them! They aren’t like super “high class” like some would think. They are thick, tough, comfy and more traditional. No fancy type of leather or crazy stitch counts. Just buff and ready to wear. I own 4 pairs all with the tire and rubber cement bottoms to wear outside. They are go-tos especially I the fall.
I normally drop a 1/2 size in Wesco so you should be ok however I have no idea what last the Boondocker is on. I only went up in width for the MP last which is on the narrow side and the Job master last fit as a regular width.
Danny, The first pair I got was a pair of the tan elk with the sheepskin lining. Incredibly comfortable and warm! I liked them so much I got another pair which are the chocolate brown elk with no wool lining. Both of mine have that rubber cement bottom and I agree they seem built to last for many years. I will snap a couple photos when I get a chance.
And as long as hes alive you can send them back for a resole or any fixable repairs.
Red wing 3345 evolution.