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What do I need to care for my boots?
>Old cotton t shirt (one for cleaning, another for applying conditioners)
>Horsehair brush ($10-15)
>Wooden shoe trees ($10-15)
>Light conditioner like Lexol/Bck4/renovateur
>Heavy conditioner (if you live in terrible snow/rain areas) Sno seal/Obernauf LP
>Don't forget that boots need time to dry properly, rotate them an

How do I deal with x stain?
>mud: allow it to dry then brush off
>salt: water and cloth as soon as possible
>saturated wet: allow the boot to dry for a full day, stuff with newspaper
>scuffs and scratches: buff vigorously with horsehair brush

>Should I buy turdsdays/soloshits/doc shitans?
No they are filled with synthetic materials aimed at instant comfort but will not hold up to actual use.
>b-b-but muh ecelebs on youtube said they're good
no. you will waste your time and money and still have uncomfortable footwear at the end of the day. spend the extra $100 and get something real.

Manufacturer Red Flags
>Unknown leather source
>Made in Chyna/Mexico/Indonesia

Boot Red Flags
>Dainite (Get vibram v-bar instead)
>Non gusseted tongues
>Excessive/unnecessary seams


>> No.17853054
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>move to PNW
>discover PNW boots
>can't look at basic heritage boots the same
>want to replace my whole footware collection with thicc heels and arch support
also based waxed flesh enjoyer

>> No.17853058

>Woke up in cold sweat
>Look around, still stuck in a roach infested apartment in Detroit

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No you

>> No.17853098
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>tfw could never pull off a packer
Why live?

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I have just become aware that most split toes are not even separate pieces of leather stitched together but most are purely decorative
the EG Dover, arguably the most famous split toe is a reverse skin stitch

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>skin stitch

>> No.17853167

just what it's called nigga damn i don't make the rules

>> No.17853192

yeah but how bored do you have to be to do a weird half stitch in the middle of a single piece of leather where nobody will see
thats insane

>> No.17853216

>where nobody will see
confirmed for retard

>> No.17853217
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Vibergs came in from the archive sale. I thought I was gonna get a 7 eyelet with no speed hooks but got these instead. Does anyone prefer this style?

>> No.17853220

oh im sorry let me just get my meme stitched nst and brag to everybody about how you can barely see the stitch!

>> No.17853224

the hooks will chew through those laces, I guarantee it

>> No.17853233

>enzo bonafe mto pushed out to january/february
i knew it was slim, but i was hoping they'd be here in december. here's the full makeup, what do you guys think? i wanted something a little more on the dressy side to contrast my white's casual boots.

Model: Balway
Last: 74945
Leather: Plum Museum Calf
Construction: Hand Welted 270deg
Sole: Single leather with Vibram studded (brown rubber if possible)
Edge Finish: Dk Brown
Lining: natural calf
5 Brass Antique Eyelets and 3 Speedhooks

>> No.17853234

To me 8 and only eyelets looks the nicest

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Considering buying these black boots, but my entire wardrobe is geared towards brown boots. If I wanted to switch to black boots would I have to get an entirely new wardrobe with greyscale clothing? Or can I mix black boots with earth tone clothing with no issue? Like these black boots with khaki chinos, would that be a faux pas?

>> No.17853268
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Anyone got a picture of what sno-seal does to roughout? Thinking about going that route once the snow starts to hit

>> No.17853269

black pairs with like almost every trouser color.

>> No.17853280
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the plaintoe used to be natty roughout CXL, that's what it looks like after two coats of obernauf. Flattens the nap, but imparts a shine previously unavailable

>> No.17853288

*almost none

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>> No.17853302

>Like these black boots with khaki chinos

>> No.17853304
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>Like these black boots with khaki chinos

>> No.17853312

Most shades of blue, grey or just white will work.

>> No.17853317

What boot is shown in your photo?

>> No.17853318

and olive green?

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Urban Logger

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Also how tf do so many redditards have ill fitting boots
Look at the fucking lacing none of these fuckers boots fit

>> No.17853331

more spacing between each eyehole is the reason

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>> No.17853335

Some of them don’t even know how to tie their shit correctly

>> No.17853337

nah the uppers just don't even look big enough
shouldn't need more than 2 fingers width when they're knotted up

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>> No.17853386

Hope they didn't pay >100$ for that yikes

>> No.17853387

i'm convinced none of these retards are actually tightening their laces enough

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>> No.17853390

that's nigs for ya

>> No.17853396

they order too small then tell you the heroic tale of their killer break in

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stop being disingenuous kikes, it's clear the left boot is a little farther forward

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Holy shut did anyone else notice this lol

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>> No.17853420

They also don’t know to fold a gusseted tongue.

>> No.17853427

It's not worth it, you won't get anywhere.

>> No.17853429

uwu, the bulge

i don't get it desu. i've never been able to get sized by a salesman at a shop, but i've never fucked up my sizing. just know your brannock, go back and forth with them through emails a little, and it's typically spot on. how did they manage to fuck up so badly? i've had lasts that just don't work for me, but never bad sizing.

>> No.17853430

>how did they manage to fuck up so badly?
bad advice on the internet
ive seen shit as wild as size down 1.5 for iron rangers
theyll put up a dogshit out of the box fit because of the boots will stretch meme
also some do it intentionally for less creasing because theyre brain damaged

>> No.17853440

>bad advice on the internet
i could be totally off but it feels like these days people are afraid to reach out to the actual companies for sizing advice on their purchases. you can definitely crosscheck with others, but i'll take the word of someone working for the company on sizing over over some random fag on reddit or some other forum.

>> No.17853444

You have to choose one boot to keep for life
>whites handsewn stichdown
>whites regular stichdown
>whites goodyear welted
>franks handsewn stichdown
>franks regular stichdown
>nicks stichdown
>jk stichdown
What you taking

>> No.17853445

the WORST boot advice i've ever seen and i see it constantly is "if it doesn't fit it will stretch when it breaks in" so retards are wearing boots too small, destroying their feet and making their shoes unreturnable only to decide "whoops i got the wrong size" but now they can't return it

>> No.17853447

my Whites MPs i got in 2018 before the company blew up and got popular and QC plummeted
what is the MP, handsewn? regular? don't know but don't really care

>> No.17853449

The folks at Nick's even have videos about how one of their employees is like a C or D width but has worn everything from A to D and they all fit fine after break in
No doubt to get people to impulse buy some ill fitting boot that's almost their size on the in stock ready to ship page

>> No.17853450

they're handsewn, and now that i am thinking about it it's surprising they don't offer a regular stitchdown version like they do with the 350s. i feel like a lot of people who want a service boot really wouldn't care about the difference between them.

>> No.17853453

and then they realize the size is wrong but can't exchange it so they're forced to just buy more pairs
classic jewish tricks

>> No.17853454

>tfw didn't know about PNW boots until I moved here
>after their popularity spiked and price increases
glad I put in my order with nicks before their latest price increase, would've cost me another 30 bucks if i'd waited or waffled on my decision

>> No.17853456

i think break in itself is almost a meme. yes ive felt the counter mold and the footbed become shaped but my best fitting boot was butter out of the box and turned into butter plus with time

>> No.17853458

"break in" for me has always meant the leather gets softer and supple. not longer, wider, etc. i have noticed heel counters breaking in but it's so subtle

>> No.17853461

yeah the shit should fit right day one, the leather should just break in and soften around your foot
>not loose or tight in the ball
>no instep pain
>no heel slip
only place I disagree, the heel counters are a fucking bastard if you got a thicc leather heel counter, it's like walking with bricks behind your heels but once its broken in it's a million times better than any other material, perfectly fitted

>> No.17853463

i feel like break in should be that last 10% of the leather softening and the counter shaping but thats basically it. some people are doing chinese foot binding out the box while repeating "it will stretch" like a monk
i found the virgin leather counters weird but i think driving actually fast tracks their break in

>> No.17853465

a cobbler said he'll take a hammer to a leather counter to break it in faster

>> No.17853477

if the counter is particularly tough i'll just oil it a bit and work/massage it with my hand, a touch of oil on the inside as well

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Bros, I bought a pair of roughout 350 cutters last week. My first pair of Whites and after breaking them in, I can confidently say that the Whites hype is well deserved. I had a pair of Wescos and John Lofgren engineers and I sold them both on Grailed because I just didn't give a fuck about them anymore. The 55 last is seriously the most comfortable thing I've ever put on my feet, and they are built like tanks.

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please assume the position

>> No.17853505
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what oil should i use on roughout that won't darken it?

>> No.17853506

Got my MPs for 400 bucks and they're going for 700 now or something absolutely ridiculous

>> No.17853512

does obenaufs lp differ at all from sno seal?

>> No.17853513

Frank's Handsewn stichdown.

>> No.17853514

do you REALLY need oil?

>> No.17853515
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>glad I put in my order with nicks

>> No.17853516

different colour and smell, sno seal is earthier and a heavier paste than obernauf. performance wise they feel similar, both require a heat source

bick 4 in a spritzer bottle

>> No.17853523

maybe in a year or 2


>> No.17853525

Gutter oil.

>> No.17853527

Saphir Renovateur spray. If it’s a waxed roughout use Saphir Dubbin but that will obviously darken it a bit.

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might cop these soon what yall think senpai

>> No.17853540


>> No.17853547
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Is there any decent made boot similar to this from shoepassion I’ve waited nearly 8 months for them to restock and they still haven’t done it pls help senpai

>> No.17853565

Yea bro Thursday boot company has you covered

>> No.17853568

whats bad about it?

>> No.17853574

Looks cheap and the sole is glued on

>> No.17853575

>made in Dominican Republic

>> No.17853584

Timbs are good though

>> No.17853634

What is it with ppl who need 'overbuilt' everything in their lives? like ppl who work in an office, but feel the need to drive a hummer. ppl who crunch spreadsheets in a cubicle, but feel the need to buy nicks logging boots. It probably says something about the unfulfilling nature of your hollow life that you feel the need to larp to such a degree as an outdoor adventurer when clearly the extent of your outdoorsmanship is walking your gf's chihuahua around the block. I cant fathom wasting 700-800 dollars on shoes, only to be laughed at by passers by.

>> No.17853661

It's the exact same as broke blue collar losers driving a new Ford Super Duty they finance for 1200 a month to their welding job

>> No.17853662

because you pay 1000 bucks for a pair of sneakers that says supreme

>> No.17853663

For this price I'd rather fork out another 50 bucks and get Danner or Chippewa.

>> No.17853669

Because it makes them happy.

People are miserable nowadays, give everyone a break.

>> No.17853671

lel yeah I've noticed that too. Although those thick leather laces and the extra protective leather tongue that they all use probably doesn't help. But I've also seen people use both those and still the boot looks like it fits

>> No.17853727

I would double check on the museum calf anon
I've heard museum calf leathers can crease horribly because they are usually thin

>> No.17853780

Bad example, welders make bank

>> No.17853803

Day one of wearing my new paramemes. Pretty comfortable but I can tell I would not want to be walking around in them much yet!

>> No.17853839

Pretty sure museum calf is just normal boxcalf.

>> No.17853863

I doubt i'll get a reply, but how do you anons wear brown boots? I have a really nice pair but never know what pants or shirt to pair them with so i just end up wearing black boots/shoes all the time. Any advice is appreicated

>> No.17853872

What kind of brown?
They tend to go well with typical jean colors, also dark green and grey.
Most cord colors too.

>> No.17853874

I'd say like a copper brown or so? I'd take a pic of them but im not currently home. For some reason I always just find myself wearing black boots but Ive been trying to change shit up. Would you think the brown boot, light blue jeans, black shirt and a brown jacket would be a good look? I don't know.

>> No.17853878
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light blue jeans work better with lighter color shoes and vice versa imo

>> No.17853880

Maybe if i go out tonight ill try and put something together with them boots, fucking cut my thumb open and got blood all over my main pair of light blue jeans so ill have to figure that out lol. I appreciate the advice anon, I just dont wanna not wear these boots i bought.

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If this is the kind of "copper brown" you have then honestly any color jeans is fine

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But if your boots are darker brown like pic related then darker jeans work better

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And honestly these lighter brown colors actually work best with non jean colors.

For example Viberg promo shots on these tan boots. I'd probably wear them with olive cargo pants.

>> No.17853898

Yeah, they're pretty much that color. Give me just a minute ill take a pic of them, bought them second hand in 2019.

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They're a bit scuffed, but i bought them for 20 dollars.

>> No.17853954

is there such a thing as a nice brown boot that'll fit 4E autism feet

>> No.17853963

reverse chamois is really nice

>> No.17853993

lmao fuck outta here Frodo

>> No.17854004

damn nigger you must be really struggling if youre worried about OTHER ppl budgest kek
i make 6 figures i'll buy whatever the fuck I want
stay mad broke boy

>> No.17854047
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Why are they all so fucking cringe

>> No.17854053

do people actually prefer patina over ootb look?
don't get me wrong, a good patina looks very fucking nice and adds some serious spirit to a boot but when I buy boots I'm buying the ootb appearance. if it were possible, I'd like for them to always look that way rather than develop patina
anyway these fags kicking rocks to fuck up their boots are dumb and so are you for scouring their board just to post screenshots of it here

>> No.17854061

That's not patina, that's dirt

>> No.17854063

>do people actually prefer patina over ootb look?
For me it depends on the type of boot, type of leather and color.
Some boots look better when worn in, others look better the more crisp they are.

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How to size Alden's Van last (LHS loafers - both calfskin and shell, if the materials have any effect)?

I have the Indy 403's in 10E and they fit well. I generally wear 10E in most boots -- even EE/EEE sometimes just for extra room in the toe.

What's (1) a good size for the LHS and (2) the range of sizes that will work, in case I find a pair on the secondary market?

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I have no idea about Alden loafers but are you aware that Carmina can also do this type of loafer?
This is in brown CXL which is a cool concept

Anyway my Indy is in US11E and I normally wear UK10.5 wide in Carmina and elsewhere.

>> No.17854111

I sized down a full size with my carminas (my lace up carminas are a 9 US and my loafers are an 8 US) and they're still obnoxiously loose

>> No.17854115

What last?

My first attempt at Carmina was Rain last and it was narrow at the front and very wide at the heel, I couldn't wear it.
I wear Soller which is kinda wide and it's fine, I have a Forest EEE order coming soon.

>> No.17854148

9,5E for no sock/thin sock
10E for "relaxed",safe high instep cope fit
unlined obviously fits larger but not quite half a size difference

i wouldn't buy loafers used, since it's so instep dependant and if the previous owner stretched them out too far it will never fit you

>> No.17854178

Not really.
t. does recruiting for a manufacturing company

>> No.17854192

Wish Franks would do something similar to Nicks free range option, would love some free range W&C veg tan Rainiers. Nicks doesn’t do a wedge sole with arch support

>> No.17854197

Brown boots are versatile, any normal sort of jeans wash from dark to medium will do well. If it's standard blue jeans, just wear them and see how you like it.

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I just realized that Nishant (this guy >>17853878) is the only person I've ever seen who wears Viberg 2030 last without his foot bulging over the welt on the outside.

For reference, here's the same guy wearing a G&G boot in their ultra dressy narrow lasts, also no bulge over the welt.
Gives you an idea of how narrow Viberg's 2030 is (or has become over the years). E width my ass.

>> No.17854216

Where do you guys buy boots secondhand from?

>> No.17854231

If in Europe, Vinted. Second hand and sometimes NOS from proffesional sellers.

>> No.17854232

I'm not a yuropoor

>> No.17854234

Then eBay, I guess.

>> No.17854242

checked his sales offers to suss out his sizing
he has boots ranging from US9,5,UK10 to UK7,5 listed
that is 3 full sizes difference wtf? how can you be this retarded at sizing

>> No.17854246

I’m not a poor

>> No.17854291

Frank's Wilshire just do a fit sheet.

>> No.17854293

You could probably just request it.

>> No.17854295

with olive, navy, burnt orange trousers

>> No.17854296

museum is a type of finishing

>> No.17854324

Why would I? I have a job

>> No.17854336
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The biggest hurdle for me is selling used boots, not buying.

I put my Vibergs up on ebay a week ago and still nothing, even put them at much lower price than others.
But my Vibergs are the most expensive shoe I want to get rid of, and I'll have to pay out the ass on shipping fees.
On my other shoes it's probably not even worth to sell them and ship them. Probably just put them in a box and forget about them.

>> No.17854370

nobody wants to buy used boots
just keep wearing them until they fall apart bucko

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copper like this?

>> No.17854379

you make the seller pay shipping (because fuck em), also it doesn't have to be expensive if you have a box that is the right size, you're weighing your shit properly, and using USPS.

>> No.17854381

buyer* not seller

also sometimes items sit for a while, it happens, I have shit that sat on ebay for a year before being sold

>> No.17854391

In my experience, selling stuff on eBay takes time. Even if it's something desirable and the price is good for the buyer. You just gotta be patient, post whatever you wanna buy there, store it away and forget until you get a notification.

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bros i cannot choose between these two lasts please halp. btw i have mild bunions and fairly narrow feet if it changes anything

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>> No.17854417

I like the look of the W934 a lot more

>> No.17854435
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>Should I buy turdsdays/soloshits/doc shitans?
Then explain to me who else makes Corduroy Boots ?
I've been watching these all month, I'm thinking about buying them for the Fall/Halloween or Thanksgiving.

>> No.17854443

if bunions are a factor i'd probably get the 934. the way the 961 curves in might agitate it.

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wasn't there a retard asshole who insisted that tanneries don't give better grades of hides to preferential customers

>> No.17854546

Red Wing owns that tannery m8
Obviously some no name buying shit volume isn’t gonna get the best hides from W&C but this is not an example to show that

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Damn Mecariello make the best Dover clone. This basically looks like my Suede Dover on 606.

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Didn't realize they have a Galway clone too.

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Might try them if they have the leather im looking for.

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are these any decent mush?

>> No.17854709

the Timberland Boot Company line is the only decently made thing from Timberland and even that is not very good

>> No.17854774

The reason people say don't buy Docs is because of the price. They're too much for the price they ask for
If you don't care about money then just get them. Those shoes are based

>> No.17854775

It's common knowledge they do but for SB Foot they're owned by RW so all their shit goes to RW anyway

>> No.17854776

How much though?
I am obsessed with the Dover but don't have 1300 to drop so any cheap alternative is appreciated
I own the TLB Mallorca 135 Artista and they're excellent but I need MOAR

>> No.17854777

its gonna be a bit less than EG but more expensive than EB. I am not sure how well AM lasts fit, so i would obviously just go for another Dover myself.

>> No.17854800
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whats up with Ranch Road Boots

are these guys legit? It's 90% cowboy boots but there is one style here I like

>> No.17854803

Do Carmina's ever go on sale?
I have retarded feet and I've been so happy with my Aldens that I want a penny loafer and I am kind of biased to the Aldens for the comfort

I don't really care about the Rose Anvil breakdown or whatever, I just want a comfy penny loafer and the LHS for $130 more for the calfskins than the ones you posted seem like the best option? At least that where my head is

>> No.17854815
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Chippewa discontinued all the sand suede colorways bros I'm devastated

>> No.17854847
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>> No.17854873

Clarks Desert Malis are discontinued too??? What in the fuck is going on

>> No.17854878
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>> No.17854881

>I don't need it
>I don't need it


>> No.17854897

New leather looks like dogshit

>> No.17854899

Smoothest brain

>> No.17854908

kudu is peak leather desu

>> No.17854944

Your hooker mom gave me preferential treatment because she is close to me. And that is how it works.

>> No.17854950


>> No.17854961
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>favorite pair gets moved
>wedged into a space too small
>sole of one is pressed into the toecap of the other
>didnt notice for a few days
>line on the toecap
>celastic bent and theres a bump in the shoe under the lining

it's not been a nice life but I'm retiring

>> No.17855084

no refunds

>> No.17855091

Don't make the mistake of buying black boots like I did. I was this close to losing 230$ but I returned them after I realized my mistake. Just get oxblood desu senpai

>> No.17855094

You can try putting on shoe trees and let them that way for some time to see if that unfucks it a bit. Something similar happened to my IRs and that solved it about 80-90%

>> No.17855114
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wtc boots similar to these? these boots are from urban outfitters and I didnt get them bc the quality probably sucks. also it was a while ago so they dont have them in stock anymore
>slim silhouette
>narrow toe box
>low to mid sole thickness
>minimum 8 inch shaft
closest i can find is casa moto thursday boots, but i'm not a fan of the side zipper

>> No.17855124


>> No.17855127

>Red Wing is SB Foot "customer"

We got a case of seething retard here.

You can be a fresh no name, but if you can pony up the money and the MOQ, you can buy the best grade. Try it yourself, pick up the phone and call W&C.
Do you know what W&C "top" grade is called? Standard! They don't grade it using redditors imaginary scale of quality like "this hide will crease tighter than that hide". They grade it based of percentage of surface flaws, and W&C is highly tolerant to all that.
In real life, the treatment that close, big order firms will get is being first in line of delivery and priority delivery when there is a shortage (which dont happen a lot since people love eating beef. this is more evident with Shell cordovan).
Y'all reddit ass mtfkers obviously never bought leather, go touch grass and stop repeating shits you read on reddit.

>> No.17855129
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How do Oak Street Bootmakers compare to White’s?

>> No.17855140
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Only buy the old/new old stock pairs, as they contain solid leather footbeds and have solid rubber. This picture may not be the best example I’ve found, but it shows the proper materials that it’s made of. You can often condition these with oils like Obenaufs LP for a restored leather footbed.

>> No.17855193

Is Dr. Martens an ok brand?

>> No.17855226

Overpriced for what it is these days. Only worth it for the signature look and brand name if that's what you care about.

>> No.17855403

Looked interesting so I checked it and they don't have width sizes. Gay little logo pressed on the side for no reason at all. It also says they're hand made in Spain, but where's the yurop store???

>> No.17855478

>Gay little logo pressed on the side for no reason at all
whitesposters have been real quiet since you posted

>> No.17855540

>whitesposters have been real quiet since you posted
Having a logo on the shaft covered by your pants is not the same as having it on the heel
And shiggy diggy that someone doesn't order through Bakers and tell them to leave the logo off

>> No.17855544

Whites can also fuck off with their gay little logo. Regardless if my pants are covering it or not.

>> No.17855547

Show me on the doll where the logo touched you

>> No.17855549

Nowhere because I didn't buy them.

>> No.17855574

so the logo is living rent free in your head

>> No.17855577

You sound angry, get some sunlight

>> No.17855580

>doesn't own boots
>complains about trivial non-issue things
>so absolutely mind broken he rages about it on 4chan

>> No.17855588

I wish I could do that but because I'm in Europe ebay refuses to calculate shipping costs automatically so I just put up a flat fee and restricted it to EU buyers only

>> No.17855597

Problem with TLB is they refuse to do the 135 (invisible toe stitch) in suede, they said the hides kept breaking.

Anyway, Cavour and Frans Boone stock EG and they have occasional sales, hope to find something in my size next time.
I have considered Bonafe but MTO will be like 800€

>> No.17855601

The ones I posted are from Carmina's MTO section (past MTOs that they can remake) and every once in a while they have a "sale" on these.
I think it's like -20% but they're still expensive because these all have shoe trees included.

>> No.17855615

>I don't really care about the Rose Anvil breakdown or whatever
Did that faggots ever take apart some Carminas? I'd be interested in seeing

>> No.17855620
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>> No.17855623

I'm normally UK10.5 which probably makes me US11.5 but I can confirm I own Alden Trubalance Indys in US11 and it's a good fit.

If anything it's a ltitle loose with normal socks and I tend to wear them with wool socks and then it feels perfect.

>> No.17855627
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The Noble Shoe has a GMTO for a Galway clone from Carlos Santos.
They need only one more to reach the GMTO goal.

Price is just 330€ + VAT.

Keep in mind Carlos Santos is a pretty dressy brand with dressy lasts. I have no experience with them.

>> No.17855629
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They're also doing this weird little guy as a GMTO which is fully funded.

I would never, but I am posting because I have never seen a shoe like this before.

>> No.17855631

austerity brogues are something else

>> No.17855633
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And they have these monks from Carlos Santos too.

I don't like monks at all, they feel outdated to me in a way that no other shoe type feels.

>> No.17855636

NTA but that shit is stupid, I hate all visible logos, that’s nigger tier shit. And your pants aren’t covering it if you tuck them in.

>> No.17855637
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anon tucking your pants into your boots is gay

>> No.17855638

Is this pic pretty accurate?

>> No.17855644
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I know right

>> No.17855645

You can get it without the logos ding dong.

>> No.17855648
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is the one on the left more round?
or just zoomed in more?

Left is Bonafe 363Mod
Right is C&J 325

>> No.17855654

>And your pants aren’t covering it if you tuck them in.
Opinion and life discarded
You're a faggot, you look like a faggot and nothing you say after matters

>> No.17855656

Man i hope EG offer the DOAK+Mink or CC galway again.

>> No.17855662

Stay mad.

>> No.17855672

325 is a bit more round. Not sure how to explain, but 325 becomes flatter more gradually, 363mod is a more classical last.
In terms of fit, 325 feels wider, more volume, around the same at the instep. 363mod looks way shorter, but doesn't fit that much shorter. +0.5 is possible, maybe even better for me, if you don't mind the extra instep space (can also get it last laces open to reduce instep a bit). If more width is needed, you can have it feathered at width, that's what i did at least because i felt the ball of the foot was in the right space and the heel was good.

>> No.17855702

Projecting much?
That’s good, maybe should’ve led with that. why would you niggers choose to have them then?

>> No.17855706

>That’s good, maybe should’ve led with that. why would you niggers choose to have them then?
He did
>And shiggy diggy that someone doesn't order through Bakers and tell them to leave the logo off

>> No.17855715

no, it's bullshit
i wear the same size in 379x, barrie and copley
bought a store exclusive boot on copley, sized up from barrie after seeing this stupid chart and the dumb sizing advice on their website, had to exchange for my regular alden size, because i was absolutely swimming in them TTS

>> No.17855760

Good to know
For what it's worth I am half size down in my Indy boots the Trubalance advice is valid

>> No.17855806

>And your pants aren’t covering it if you tuck them in
kill yourself unironically

>> No.17855844
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Thoughts on the Grant Stone Diesel?

>> No.17855852

I like their last, looks well made, I don't like that specific makeup.

It's surprising to me that Americans can import any kind of item from China without paying customs out the ass.

>> No.17855855

I like it a lot and nearly bought a pair earlier this year but the butt crack stitch in the back is a deal breaker

>> No.17855872

its basically THE entry level service boot

>> No.17855873

What's the sizing like for these?

>> No.17855887

I don’t speak zoomebonics.

>> No.17855890

Alright newfag

>> No.17855892

I don’t care about what YouTube tells you is fashionable, Tyrone.

>> No.17855927

the "just as good" crowd is totally full of shit, as always
they are a budget boot through and through, the last sucks, the stitching is rough and the materials are only "high end" on paper, in reality everything is cheap and stiff
i would strongly advise staying away from their leather soled models, the sole is wearing down insanely fast compared to other leather soles i own

>> No.17855953

Countless reviews say otherwise though

>> No.17855955

>countless reviews of people who only owned a pair of turdsdays and grant stone
irrelevant, its entry level gyw.

>> No.17855956

If my feet size is precisely an 11, how bad would a 11 1/2 fit? I'm thinking about a pair of Tecovas The Doc specificaly.

>> No.17855960

Aerosurftlev or whatever his name is has like 20 pairs he does reviews of

>> No.17855963

>they are a budget boot through and through,
the best budget boot there is. every single other "budget" boot out there should be totally disregarded and go out of business
>the last sucks,
i kind of agree, it's sort of meh
>the stitching is rough
the stitching is actually incredible. better than any AE, alden, whites, nicks, etc. you'll find out there for 2x the price
>the materials are only "high end" on paper, in reality everything is cheap and stiff
CXL is CXL so idk what you're trying to say. the materials throughout the boot are totally fine and the boot is constructed well

you can have a preference for other boots/brands but to say GS' diesel boot is dogwater is just cringe. judge it fairly. it may be budget but it's good enough for 98% of people and can be a boot that can run well for like 1-2 decades of everyday use probably

>> No.17855983

>CXL is CXL so idk what you're trying to say. the materials throughout the boot are totally fine and the boot is constructed well
i mean the leather sole, the midsole, the footbed, the lining
anything that doesn't have it's origin stated
>but leather is leather haha lmao , can't be that bad, mr cringelord mcsourpuss

it's not for 98% of people, it's only really a good deal in the US, paying for shipping+customs completely prices them out

>> No.17855989

aerosurferlv has a framed picture of Wyatt Gilmore by his bedstand unironically
he has a personal relationship with the owner, he had multiple grant stone boot sent to him for free, including early prototype models for a day1 review and he got paid for his reviews

not just him, practically every review on youtube has been a paid sponsorship

>> No.17855992

while you burgerito bros are arguing over mr. cheng boots I'm here enjoying a pair of comfy urban shepherds

>> No.17856010

Post pics

>> No.17856012

>it's only really a good deal in the US
"people" dont exist outside the US retard

>> No.17856016

Damn so you are so MAD holy shit
Did some dude in Grant Stones fuck your oneitis at a party?

>> No.17856018

Aesthetically they say nothing to me. They look like every mall tier boot out there.

>> No.17856021

I literally do not give a shit about anyone outside the US or what they do or wear
They might as well not even exist

>> No.17856027

don't you guys have a war starting right now for israel?

>> No.17856034

>better than any AE, alden, whites, nicks, etc. you'll find out there for 2x the price
yes, even chink shit is better than anything out of the US

>> No.17856050
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>aerosurferlv has a framed picture of Wyatt Gilmore by his bedstand unironically

>> No.17856063

>the last sucks
the last is universally praised for its comfort

>> No.17856066
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he brings it out on video sometimes

>> No.17856068

by whom? People that never tried anything else?

>> No.17856069
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>> No.17856073


by people who find it comfortable, ssilly goose

>> No.17856087

Yea, i found my first pair of gyw boots comfortable too, until i found out that i completely mis-sized them and was crushing my toes. Completely irrelevant, and yes im certain Alden lasts are infinitely better.

>> No.17856110

so you being a retard that likes his toes crushed is everyone else's problem?

>> No.17856126

that's not right

>> No.17856129

shut up homophobe, love is love

>> No.17856131

No, my point is that most don't even know how to size their boots, especially when starting out. It's completely irrelevant that some clueless people say they are "comfortable", whatever that means.

>> No.17856132

i will not support adultery

>> No.17856160

so you sized poorly and therefore everyone else did too and is lying
hope grant stops fucking your wife bro

>> No.17856176

who's grant bro?

>> No.17856191

Any reviews from people that bought their one and only pair of leather footwear is completely irrelevant. Their lasts are generic, ugly and won't fit most feet as well as the much better developed ones from high-end brands, that none of those "reviewers" could even reference.

>> No.17856197
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How the fuck do I stop?
I want like 4 pairs of PNW boots
Someone help me
also why tf are Whites' Hunter boots so expensive? Even compared to the rest of their handsewn lineup

>> No.17856200

Just get some nicks to sour yourself on pnw boots forever

>> No.17856201

>mfw ordered urban loggers MTO like 2 weeks ago
you can't kill my hype

>> No.17856216

all their stock 10" handwelted boots are around the $700-750 range
it's not more expensive than the rest of the line up

>> No.17856219

cry more frankenfoot

>> No.17856222

Ah yes the every two years Israel "war"
Wanna know how I know you're a zoomer

>> No.17856228

It’s literally a smokejumper with a honey vibram sole for 10% more than a regular smokejumper

>> No.17856231

wanna tell me how the US is not going to retaliate after direct attacks on their military bases conducted by Iran as confirmed by the DOD?
are you really going to tell me they are just going to take that and this isn't going to escalate into a conflict in the middle east, genius?

>> No.17856234

Nothing to see here

>> No.17856240

but can you tell me who grant is? i'm really dense, please spell it out who you ment by that

>> No.17856246

not if you tuck them in for work you fucking larper

>> No.17856248
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Bought these used. Feels a little snug but I'm not sure. Too big or too small, or just stretched?

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>> No.17856281
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I don’t know wtf you guys are smoking but the Trubalance and Barrie are TTS.

>> No.17856284

why would i ever wear leather boots innawoods
sure it made sense back in like the 60's-80's but synth materials and craftsmanship has progressed lightyears since

>> No.17856285

Leather is better than most of those materials most of the time, though. There's a reason most militaries still issue some form of leather boot.

>> No.17856289
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That shit don’t last like leather
Looks like dogshit comparatively too

>> No.17856293

>I’m 6’0 in shoes

>> No.17856294

wow i can't believe that you have such long toes that they begin at the crease line and reach all the way to the end of the boot
either that or half of his boot is empty space in the front

TTS my ass, do your hobbit feet a favor an get wider widths next time

>> No.17856302
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I want boots for business wear, rather than dress shoes.
I wear loose fit pleated trousers, black or navy usually.
What style boot and colour matches best? I was thinking like grey suede. Similar to pic

>> No.17856303

Suede is always going to be less formal and Chelseas are already informal boots. You're better sticking to brogued boots or at least toecaps. There's also always the classic oxfords and derbys.

>> No.17856306

nothing will happen it's an election year and Dems are extremely unpopular. they won't risk anything until the election is behind them

>> No.17856307
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Do you not have any room in front of your toes? Also it should crease at the ball of the foot not toes.

>> No.17856312
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>> No.17856317

>toe stitch

>> No.17856320

Well I plan on buying oxfords too anyway
But would like some boots in a lighter colour, such as a chocolate or charcoal

I'm not a hipster

>> No.17856324

dont call the hotline they cant help you

>> No.17856333

Dominican Republic uppers thats why

>> No.17856342

please post men's boots next time

>> No.17856346

t. dainty bitch

>> No.17856348

Toebox, kinda. My feet are on the wider side I think.

>> No.17856349


>> No.17856368

got a pair of pull up leather waterproof boots, do i condition them after a week of wear or are they still fine due to the fact they're pull up leather?

>> No.17856384

condition them when they start to look dry or every 5 months. whichever comes first

>> No.17856448

>anything that doesn't have its origin stated
Do people forget none of the PNW brands state the origin of their lining, midsole, insole, counter leather?

>> No.17856450

What's wrong with nicks now?

>> No.17856453

celastic fucked your mom then anally raped your dad, we got it by now.

>> No.17856497

The Diesel is a very good boot all around. Except that it is NOT 6 INCHES!!! Therefore avoid and get Truman boots or White’s MP or anything longer then that embarrassing 5 inch something nob

>> No.17856500

What is the platonic ideal of Boot Sizes that boots are measured against and can either be true to or not true to? And why do some miss the mark while others doesn't?

>> No.17856562

Which is more versatile Iron Ranger 8111 or 8085?

>> No.17856574

Took 1 month and 27 days for my MTO Frank's patriots to ship.

>> No.17856609

I would say 8111 because of the darker color. But the difference on which colors can they be combined with is minimal, I'd say pick the ones you like the most, it doesn't really matter.
I own 8111s but originally wanted 8085s.

>> No.17856611
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What is the worst looking boot you have ever seen?

>> No.17856615

Nicks was founded by a former Whites employee who took everything he lrarned thete to start his own business. This happened long before anyone here was born, but that doesn't prevent anons from raging because they don't know how capitalism works.

>> No.17856620

Not counting the monstrosities goth girls wear, yesterday I saw a chelsea of sorts which had an elastic on the outside, a zipper on the inside and a jhodpurlike strap on the top. And to top if off, the shaft was shorter than the average chelsea, barely taller than a shoe, so all that stuff was even more unnecessary. Shpuld have taken a picture in retrospect.

>> No.17856636

i prefer the oily shine of the 8111 over the dry matte of the 8085

>> No.17856661

I can't believe some people have been memed into wearing these.

>> No.17856704

>girly shaft
>tranny heel

>> No.17856709
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>> No.17856733

I am searching for boots that can be worn casually with blue jeans, somewhere between refined and rugged

Extreme hard mode: no brown Reddit boots

>> No.17856736

Burgundy reddit boots then

>> No.17856745

yet people love Franks boots and Frank did the same thing as a former owner of Nicks
who gives a fuck

>> No.17856746
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Packer in waxed flesh

>> No.17856754

>no Reddit boots
what the fuck does this even mean?

>> No.17856760


>> No.17856765
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Operator error and the reddit mindset the unusable toe space doesn’t exist so you must size down and don’t worry it’ll stretch.

>> No.17856838

>who gives a fuck
Whites shills and nobody else

>> No.17856882

What's the best every day, do everything, go anywhere, PNW boot?
Something I can wear out on dates, hiking, to the office (p casual, mostly jeans no slacks), out in the field on concrete, grass, ballast stone at a railyard, etc.

>> No.17856886

I'd like to know this too. Something masculine that doesn't make me look like a gay GQ fashion model that I can also wear going out or when I'm at the range.

>> No.17856896
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for me its the urban logger

>> No.17856918

whites mp

>> No.17856930

>What's the best every day, do everything, go anywhere, PNW boot?
out of stock is what it is

>> No.17856942
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>mogs PNW meme fashion boots
How do the French keep winning bros..?

>> No.17856943

I really hope you don't wear these hideous hiking boots outside of hiking

>> No.17856946

I'm a pool boy what's a good waterproof shoe/half boot that holds up to being wet and covered in chlorine/muriatic acid a lot? Is leather better than sythnetic? I know Kydex holds up better than leather for holsters but do they make shoes out of kevlar or something like that?

>> No.17856948

For reference my dad bought a pair of timberland pros from work and they hurt his feet. I got them and they've only lasted like 6 months. They're coming apart at the toe.

>> No.17856955

Trickers, Edward Green, Crockett Jones, Cheaney, Heschung, JM Weston.

Because they are not butt ugly like the PNW.

>> No.17856956

Nick's makes a boot specifically designed for wet environments

>> No.17856962
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shrek crocs
also pair that with a fortnite super soaker, paw patrol pool tube, avengers swim trunks and a visible boner

>> No.17857051

Frank's Front range with vibram mini lugs, it isn't something with vibram 100 lugs, because you'll pick up rocks and scratch the shit out of wood floors.

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>> No.17857116

I used my Doc Martens as a starting point to get into boots. I have them for 3 years at this point and only maintenance I've ever done was wash it with wet cloth, but usually I just let rain clean it lmao. I even took them into forest many times(It was never planned, I would obviously use different shoes for a hike). That being said they are only pair of shoes that even survived 3 years in my life and they still seem basically as a "new". As a next pair I will get something more legit, don't know what yet.

I've been wondering what do people mean by saying that they are shit, break easily don't last that long? What does it mean exactly in terms of years? Every single pair of shoes I've ever gotten before that weren't Ultraboosts or Yeezy 350s survived like 9 months tops. I feel like 3 years is really good deal and I can Definitelly get at least 2-3 more years and probably even more. They also helped as a conversation starter with few girls

>> No.17857145

When you say TTS you mean true to US size right? So a full size up from UK size shoes.

Out of curiosity what would be my brannock US size with 28.2cm feet?
My Trubalance Indys are US11E and it's a good fit with boot socks. My normal UK size is 10.5G

>> No.17857151

This is a mistake.

I have a pair of black oxfords, plain cap toes, no brogues or medallions or anything, and it's so good.
You have a safe formal choice to fall back on no matter what, it's peace of mind that you are ready for any circumstance. I wouldn't trade them for anything.

I am thinking of getting a second pair of oxfords in dark brown vegano from TLB, maybe a quarter brogue adelaide, just to have an alternative. But it's a low priority.

For everyday office wear (not formal) you can do split toe derbys, loafers, suede chukkas. I don't own any chelseas, they're a little too fuckboyish.

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>> No.17858026

I only buy timbs when theyre on sale, I haven't paid more than $100 in timbs ever,