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Footwear of the Day

Isaac

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I thought that since so many of us tend to enjoy shoes and socks that there needed to be a thread to showcase them off. I dont think it necessarily warrants a daily thread, but if we get enough posts perhaps it will I for one will try to post as much as possible.








White's Boots in Burgundy Chromexcel/ Brooks Brothers OTC




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edit: In order to clean up the stickies, I have merged the Shoes of the Day and Socks of the day and changed the title to Footwear of the Day. Continue to post either of your feet coverings here.

 
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Come on, Henry! You can do better than that! You've got MAD photography skills. Show us some real pics!
 
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Isaac

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Just on a side note, I polished up the above boots tonight. Again, I usually go for clean rather than mirror.
 

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Kool thread.

I am just now getting into decent shoes. These are what I wore yesterday, I do not know much about them. They are GR by Gordon Rush, got them from Nordstrom Rack for 100 bucks. They are stiched as opposed to glued so I figured they would last longer then the other shoes I have been buying.
I always like to wear fun socks though, yes those are Ninjas



And we do Jeans Fridays in my office so todays shoe of choice are my Iron Ranger boots.

 
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johnniegold

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I gotta get me a pair of those Ropers. :thumbup1:

I am wearing my alden Norwegian Split Toes today and you've alredy seen enough pics of those shoes. :rolleyes:
 
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A beautiful cool autumn day in Texas means I'm wearing my Red Wing 8111 Iron Rangers purchased in January 2012. I dropped by the Denton, TX Red Wing store this morning for a fresh treatment of boot oil and new laces (free as always).



Cheers!
 

johnniegold

Moderator Emeritus
Sid is the man! :biggrin1:
I'm afraid to even go to his webstore. You know how many times I have had those double monk straps in my shopping cart? Too many. :biggrin:


Today, I am wearing one of my favorite walking shoes. This is a saddle shoe made by Johnston & Murphy circa the late-Nineties from a line that was known as their "Estate Collection" ( I also have the cap-toe version of this shoe.)

Comfortable beyond belief. These shoes are approximately 15 years old. When I do polish them, I use black shoe polish which gives it a nice antiqued patina. They have a rubber bottom but it appears to have been attached to a Goodyear welt. (Is that even possible? What do I know? :rolleyes: )

I'm wondering if B. Nelson can put Dainite soles on these shoes.


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Isaac

B&B Tease-in-Residence
Moderator Emeritus
very nice selection. BTW, who exactly is Sid?
 
This is a great idea for a thread...thanks IsaacRN. I am now beginning to notice that I am spending more time keeping my eye on Haberdashery than other parts of B&B. Awesome thread.
 

professorchaos

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I'm afraid to even go to his webstore. You know how many times I have had those double monk straps in my shopping cart? Too many. :biggrin:


Today, I am wearing one of my favorite walking shoes. This is a saddle shoe made by Johnston & Murphy circa the late-Nineties from a line that was known as their "Estate Collection" ( I also have the cap-toe version of this shoe.)

Comfortable beyond belief. These shoes are approximately 15 years old. When I do polish them, I use black shoe polish which gives it a nice antiqued patina. They have a rubber bottom but it appears to have been attached to a Goodyear welt. (Is that even possible? What do I know? :rolleyes: )

I'm wondering if B. Nelson can put Dainite soles on these shoes.


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One too few times? The single monk strap is growing on me. Haven't made it to the double monk. Yet.

Those J&Ms are fantastic. Too bad they don't make shoes like that anymore.

very nice selection. BTW, who exactly is Sid?
I was wondering too.
Sid Mashburn.
 
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