Menswear: Shoes and Boots thread


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beatnik
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186 posts since 1/11/08

16 Jan 2014 11:44
Has anyone seen anything similar in the UK/online?

Singh and son don't ship internationally and I can't find the Mr Hare's in black. Cheers


http://www.singhandson.com/products/kishtee/


http://www.mrporter.com/product/341528
waterfall
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1149 posts since 14/1/07

16 Jan 2014 12:39
Quoddy arrived, fast delivery, however there's a fair few marks on the leather and one particular one towards the top of one boot. jeans cover it, just pi**ed me off a bit. Don't think i can be bothered to sebd them back though.
rural
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17553 posts since 26/9/06

21 Jan 2014 13:20
joe151 wrote: i sized down 1 and replaced the insole with a thin one and they fit great, have no clumpy/shape issues

Got the RL jodphur boots today, fit smaller than i imagined. Will definately have to put in a thinner insole myself.
rural
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17553 posts since 26/9/06

23 Jan 2014 08:14
new arrivals at Mr P
Marsell
http://www.mrporter.com/product/406888



AMI
http://www.mrporter.com/product/413988
melange
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565 posts since 30/12/11

25 Jan 2014 13:24
In the market for some new Long Wing Brogues, have Loake's at the moment. Looking at either Alden or Allen Edmonds which can be annoyingly expensive unless proxied. What are the other options for English or European made models like Church, C&J, Trickers etc. Anyone have personal experience with something of slightly higher quality or cordovan?
mtthrvy2
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1861 posts since 8/11/10

27 Jan 2014 09:58
those AMI's look great for summer
trailofdavid
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6334 posts since 14/8/09

27 Jan 2014 10:58
mélange wrote: In the market for some new Long Wing Brogues, have Loake's at the moment. Looking at either Alden or Allen Edmonds which can be annoyingly expensive unless proxied. What are the other options for English or European made models like Church, C&J, Trickers etc. Anyone have personal experience with something of slightly higher quality or cordovan?

Meermin
melange
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565 posts since 30/12/11

27 Jan 2014 13:08
cheers for that, they look real nice for the price. have you ever owned a pair?
illwill
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3652 posts since 17/5/04

29 Jan 2014 17:52
Fuk hype Ralph boots up for offer before I back them. Needed to size up. Would suit a size 7.

Used the voucher code so paid 90 quid + shipping. Holler.

http://www.ralphlauren.co.uk/product/index.jsp?productId=17342011&cp;=4320611.4906311.4906041&ab;=ln_holding_shoesaccessories_%3Cb%3Eshoes%3C/b%3E

rural
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17553 posts since 26/9/06

posted 29 Jan 2014 20:26, edited 29 Jan 2014 20:26
Take the insole out and replace with a thinner one. Did the same as Joe and they fit just right now.

These ones are good (size and price wise)

http://www.deichmann.com/GB/en/shop/selected_category/00009001055166/Leather*Insole*size*41.prod?r=5&c;=3&q;=insole&st;=PRODUCT

(copy and paste link if interested)
Birdman
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1358 posts since 10/3/10

29 Jan 2014 22:21
trailofdavid wrote:
mélange wrote: In the market for some new Long Wing Brogues, have Loake's at the moment. Looking at either Alden or Allen Edmonds which can be annoyingly expensive unless proxied. What are the other options for English or European made models like Church, C&J, Trickers etc. Anyone have personal experience with something of slightly higher quality or cordovan?

Meermin

These are decent for the money? http://www.cruisefashion.co.uk/trickers-trickers-x-cruise-galosh-long-wing-burgundy-burnished-brogues-112860?colcode=11286005
Kingmob07
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8950 posts since 11/5/07

1 Feb 2014 10:07
Do Ann Demeulemeester shoes fit big? Talking about those lace ups a few people got.
Foxtrot
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2466 posts since 8/4/09

1 Feb 2014 10:50
yeah, size down 1
Kingmob07
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8950 posts since 11/5/07

1 Feb 2014 11:42
Cheers
Nick.
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3382 posts since 11/9/09

1 Feb 2014 13:04
over 3 years of wear and look good as new after a clean/oil.

image
Birdman
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1358 posts since 10/3/10

1 Feb 2014 13:14
Look bawce there, def look better when the leather softens.
Master
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2837 posts since 1/10/03

1 Feb 2014 14:10
rural wrote: Take the insole out and replace with a thinner one. Did the same as Joe and they fit just right now.

These ones are good (size and price wise)

http://www.deichmann.com/GB/en/shop/selected_category/00009001055166/Leather*Insole*size*41.prod?r=5&c;=3&q;=insole&st;=PRODUCT

(copy and paste link if interested)

Guessing that means they fit small then? about half size?
Ruben
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10775 posts since 2/7/03

1 Feb 2014 14:17
Nick. Ubercool
rural
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17553 posts since 26/9/06

1 Feb 2014 14:35
Master wrote:
rural wrote: Take the insole out and replace with a thinner one. Did the same as Joe and they fit just right now.

These ones are good (size and price wise)

http://www.deichmann.com/GB/en/shop/selected_category/00009001055166/Leather*Insole*size*41.prod?r=5&c;=3&q;=insole&st;=PRODUCT

(copy and paste link if interested)

Guessing that means they fit small then? about half size?

More tts. I sized down by 1 so they're a touch small
illwill
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3652 posts since 17/5/04

1 Feb 2014 14:36
Master wrote:
rural wrote: Take the insole out and replace with a thinner one. Did the same as Joe and they fit just right now.

These ones are good (size and price wise)

http://www.deichmann.com/GB/en/shop/selected_category/00009001055166/Leather*Insole*size*41.prod?r=5&c;=3&q;=insole&st;=PRODUCT

(copy and paste link if interested)

Guessing that means they fit small then? about half size?

Yeah, i'd say that's about right.

Can't be fucked replacing the soles rendering them un-returnable only to find that they still don't fit. Backing mine so they're available to anyone who's a 7.5