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  • Snake Doctor
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    Originally posted by JBarwick View Post
    Why wouldn't Alden put the textured surface of the sole all the way to the toe? The toes on my shoes wear out quickly unless there is rubber there.
    I believe I read somewhere that the reason is so the grippy crepe doesn't catch on stuff and make you trip, but honestly I've no idea.

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  • JBarwick
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    Originally posted by Snake Doctor View Post
    Alden natural CXL cap toe boots, Barrie last.
    Why wouldn't Alden put the textured surface of the sole all the way to the toe? The toes on my shoes wear out quickly unless there is rubber there.

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  • Snake Doctor
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    Originally posted by Vic View Post
    Very nice, I have my 403s scheduled for wear tomorrow. Please let us know how the plantation crepe soles wear over time, I've eyed several pairs of Aldens that feature them.

    -Vic
    Will do, mate. I'm pretty curious myself. They sure are comfy right out of the box, maybe a touch more than my 405's were at the same point.

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  • Vic
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    Very nice, I have my 403s scheduled for wear tomorrow. Please let us know how the plantation crepe soles wear over time, I've eyed several pairs of Aldens that feature them.

    -Vic

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  • Snake Doctor
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    Alden natural CXL cap toe boots, Barrie last.

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  • Nandyn
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    Originally posted by kongmw View Post
    I totally read it in his voice.

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  • Geo
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    [MENTION=13239]kongmw[/MENTION] Sorry, don't get the reference. I've made jeans in the past so that was kind of tongue in cheek. My only concern is if my machine can handle heavier weight denim.

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  • kongmw
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    Originally posted by Geo View Post
    Six yards of Cone selvedge denim straight from the White Oak Mill. I can't find the jeans I'm looking for so I'm gonna make my own. How hard can it be?

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  • Geo
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    Six yards of Cone selvedge denim straight from the White Oak Mill. I can't find the jeans I'm looking for so I'm gonna make my own. How hard can it be?

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  • LesserBlackDog
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    It snowed five billion feet the past few days (an exaggeration) and was 0°F this morning (not an exaggeration) so I've been on the prowl for some kind of casual shoe that is substantial enough for the weather but wears like a sneaker. Settled on these Danner Vertigos... we'll see how they are in-person.

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  • armedferret
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    I couldn't contain myself and grabbed up the Bonobos ivory shawl-collar dinner jacket Joe mentioned on the coverage of the Gilt City voucher:

    https://dappered.com/2017/10/bonobos...-city-voucher/

    172 with tax, it's headed to my house now. Should make for a fun New Year's Eve (if we don't end up at a friend's house again :\ )

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  • nikbrown
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    Was on the hunt for some chukkas with tread for the coming snowy winter in Cleveland. Picked up these Boggs. Like the style, we’ll see how they hold up.


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  • Loafer28
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    Just picked this up for $120 at Nordstrom Rack!






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  • Publius
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    Recent Purchases

    I needed a jacket that wet autumn weather wasn’t going to destroy (eg. not leather).

    The solution is hopefully this Barbour Polarquilt field jacket I just acquired.




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    Last edited by Publius; November 4, 2017, 01:29 AM.

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  • DocDave
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    Lovely purchase [MENTION=16447]migrabill[/MENTION] congrats!

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