These sweet little hikers go for just over $500 new. I’ve got them just barely beginning the break-in process, and or much less. http://www.danner.com/product/hike/mtn-light.html Also, some tiny Matterhorn hikers.
Size euro 41-ish (men’s 8.5, women’s 10)
Sparkling and utterly new and unworn. Not sparkling like vampires sparkle these days, but close enough.
These beautiful boots are vintage Pierre Paris logging boots from the 70s making them over 40 years old! They’re in fabulous condition and still pack a mighty wallop!
Go ahead. Buy ’em, wear ’em, and tell everyone they’ll never find a rider of your calibre again.
If you’re ever on your way to the Wild West, take these boots. They’ll save your life in a pistol-packin’ showdown, because the other cowboy will be staring your feet with his mouth open.
Gleaming gently and waiting for your size 5 – 5.5 foot with a very slender calf, and the ability to get into to tight ankled-pull-on. That is all.
Sorry you missed them. You should have been standing here chatting with me when they came in. Do drop by to see what else is coming in.
Once upon a long long time ago, Dayton made some boots. They were tucked sweetly away to nap in a boot box, to await the arrival of Footprints Charming. Alas, Footprints Charming never came. Not for years. Not for about 45 years. Not until now.
It’s quite possible I covered the whole message in the title.
The Vintage Shoe Factory, also known as Walk-Over, has a really long history in the USA. They started making shoes for men in 1758 in the shed next to their house….
These boots are the most sumptuous leather. They are ridiculously soft and extraordinarily beautiful. We don’t know the brand but darn if they aren’t the cutest wee riding boot. They have a very small 13″ exterior calf so will only fit very wee legs.
Anyone who knows me knows how I love a Fluevog. I’ve got some durn perfect condition deadstock unworn Vogs from the 90s, in roughly a size 41 euro, or men’s 8.5 -9, and women’s 9.5 – 10.5. The amazing rough-out sandals are smaller still, maybe a 9 women’s or …
I mean… Get ’em, the leather has an amazing tigerish patina! Frye, neutral brown, square toe, campus heel, leather sole, leather-lined, barely worn, size euro 42 / men’s 9, women’s 10.5. Rrowr, as they say in the fancy boot commercials containing tiger actors.
When these came in, I squealed with glee. Astounding patina, incredible construction, and in the small size so coveted by many of the women I know. So I took some lovely pictures and started typing this post. Then someone came in who felt the same way I did, and when …
Trippen is a funny brand name for boots, no? It’s like selling climbing gear under the brand name Fallin‘, or winter tires under the brand name Slippin‘. But there you go. Trippen. High fashion. Fancy. Gives you a lot of choices about what to do with your boot laces, for …
Just arrived: an entire collection of campus boots of various brands, sizes, and hues. I may have exaggerated the sheer numbers in the title but you could for sure see that an entire Glee club was well and matchingly shod. Counting from where I sit, I see 19 pairs of …
Ah, Filson. The very name brings up memories of the first time you ever walked into an incredibly high-end adventure clothing store, and gasped at the beauty of the gear within. The next memory should be you gasping at the price of the gear. It’s all something you might imagine …
This is just a quickie: I have an absolutely brand new pair of these on for $99, which is half of retail. Super amazing support, which I know because I tried it on. 10.5 women’s. Fancy.
Here’s what I have to say about these Dehner cop boots: 19″ is a lot of boot to climb. Impeccable shine on the toes, all uppers in great condition. Soles worn but not overworn. Leather lined, of course. Men’s size 9, Women’s size 10.5.Â 18″ external calf circumference. $259 Compare …
Squee! Teeny tiny little Frye boots for the teeny tiny people in your life, in the hard-to-find harness mule style. Almost unworn. Dark red colour, great construction, leather lining. Made in Brazil.
O, the apocalyptic Mad Max kinda sandy, dusty, parched desert roads these Harley Davidson Mega Harness square-toed engineer boots have seen! We can easily envision mutant post-nuclear humanoids wearing these boots while riding industrial dunebuggies and cracked-out cafe racer motorbikes.
I can’t seem to type this post. I’m too busy looking at myself in the heels of these impeccable New Rock boots.
These great old Frye boots have seen it all, and are just now nearing the end of of their life as footwear. Another year or two of daily wear, and they’ll be entering into an identity as room decor. The leather has achieved a glorious patina, and if I were …