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    #16
    Originally posted by armedferret View Post

    Truman though....hoooooooly smokes do they make some seriously badass stuff.
    I agree! unreal boots. I just cant buy anything i cant try on or return easily. I would love to see these things though!

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      #17
      Originally posted by neminat View Post
      I agree! unreal boots. I just cant buy anything i cant try on or return easily. I would love to see these things though!
      I went with my AE Dalton size (10B) and they're perfection.
      https://www.professorhorseyhead.com

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        #18
        [MENTION=16293]neminat[/MENTION], here's a couple older photos of my Trumans. I have the gaucho kudu smooth, and they've been gaining some nice patina as I'm not nearly as cautious with them as I am with others. They're my go-to boots for times i know i won't want to do maintenance later.


        IMG_20170703_103113_397 by Armed Ferret, on Flickr


        IMG_20170715_200719_428 by Armed Ferret, on Flickr
        https://www.professorhorseyhead.com

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          #19
          My J. Crew Ludlow Suede CTB's (eBay for only $50) were already pretty water resistant as is, but I just dubbed them yesterday and they shrugged off a hosing like it was nothing. Single coat of Sno-Seal rubbed on by hand, brushed, rubbed again, then hit with a hair dryer, then a quick brush to bring out some of the nap a little. You could do the same with a cheaper pair of suede boots, too. Looks really nice/rugged. Cheapo Viberg/Truman/etc waxed flesh.

          Wearing them today.

          How they originally looked: https://dappered.com/2015/04/in-revi...cap-toe-boots/

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