Men's DRESS BOOTS to suit all budgets.

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by PADDY, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. Selentino

    Selentino One of the Regulars

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    Marc,
    The third boot in your post on page 1. The brown with the cloth insert where and how much Sir? I would love to own those or something close.
     
  2. Don't quote me, but I seem to recall that they were several thousand dollars. Perhaps by Edward Green, or John Lobb - Paris? Gaziano & Girling? G. Cleverly? I don't remember.


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  3. Mysterious Mose

    Mysterious Mose Practically Family

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  4. Selentino

    Selentino One of the Regulars

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    Marc and MM,
    Thanks for the info, I guess its research time.
     
  5. mike

    mike Call Me a Cab

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  6. Orgetorix

    Orgetorix Call Me a Cab

    The aforementioned AE Fifth Street dress boot:

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    And, though it isn't strictly germane to this dress boot thread, the Titanic-inspired blucher boot:

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    And, in a nice step up for AE, they both have combination heels:

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  7. mike

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    Wow! Are those on sale and in stores now? Do you now how much they are retailing for? I'd love to check them out in person.
     
  8. MrBern

    MrBern I'll Lock Up

    Wow...thats just...perfect.
     
  9. Feraud

    Feraud Bartender

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    I second that emotion!:eusa_clap
     
  10. mike

    mike Call Me a Cab

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    I didn't realize how much I said "wow" on this page! lol
     
  11. Mysterious Mose

    Mysterious Mose Practically Family

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    :D Did you see the Otsuka ones on the previous page?
     
  12. mike

    mike Call Me a Cab

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    hahaha YES! Where did you come across these amazing shoes?!
     
  13. Orgetorix

    Orgetorix Call Me a Cab

    They'll be out for next fall. Retail should be $325, I think.
     
  14. Mysterious Mose

    Mysterious Mose Practically Family

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  15. sproily

    sproily Practically Family

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    Posted this in the show us your shoes thread but they're too small to be used by me so I thought I'd post them here too.

    New find yet again. Perhaps Marc can specify a more detailed age on these.. I'm tasting a bit earlier than 1930's... Immaculate condition none the less. Never used.

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    Size is somewhere in the EU 40 area
     
  16. mike

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    Very exciting! Any idea if they will be offered with different leather options?
     
  17. cookie

    cookie I'll Lock Up

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    There is a black shell cordovan option for like USD520.
     
  18. Matt Deckard

    Matt Deckard Man of Action

    If the Allen Edmonds fifth Street weren't done on the 5 last I'd get a pair. Too tight for the toes.

    The other boot... the Blucher boot I'm special ordering when it's available, for the Poron footbed.
     
  19. Fletch

    Fletch I'll Lock Up

    Dirt cheap for such a substantial shoe so free of style gimmicks. Quality in that price range usually has to shout, not whisper.
     
  20. Sam Craig

    Sam Craig One Too Many

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    Great boots

    Those English boots are the best!

    Too bad we had to fight that revolution, thing.

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