Boots / shoes to wear with your flight jacket s...

Dany McDonald

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managed to pick these up a month or so ago - a pair of redwing 'munson ranger' boots- essentially a ww2 service boot, a wider toe than iron rangers and a brogue detailed toe cap. Now I know these were limited editions, so I'm almost scared to wear them! I took a chance on them and it paid off
Man those Munson rangers a freaking nice and I wish they were still available. Looks like they were geared for the Japan market but also available in Amsterdam....?

Congrats!

Dany
 

B-Man2

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Dimitry M

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Anyone have issues with the SM wholesale double buckles rubber soles wearing down very fast? The rubber is very soft.
 

Smithy

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Been wearing my Sturm Mil-Tec roughouts and service shoes pretty much non-stop for the last few months and they've been fantastic - go bloody well with a flying jacket too.
 

Sideslip

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Berwick 1707 boots. If you are in the UK, the Black Friday sale is on and they are at £126 reduced from £180. They are much nicer than I expected and still going strong after 4 years. Plus the customer service at afinepairofshoes.co.uk is really really good.

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B-Man2

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If you’re in the mood for something different than Service boots or Roughout boots , I recommend trying these. They are “ Thursday Boots , the Captain model” The company is located in New York City and the boots’ look good with just about anything except a Saville Row suit . This is their Adobe colored Captain.
The website for those interested is here :
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I should mention that these are their wear and forget about them boots . You never need to polish or clean them up . They have dressier and traditional boots as well. Check out their website .
Cheers
 
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B-Man2

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I wanted to show you guys another style of Thursdays Boots out of New York City . The last ones I posted in Adobe color most people run hot and cold to . I think these are a little more favorable looking. These are the “Thursday Vanguard” boot .
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