Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Black Fleece S/S 2010 Footwear

Jeremy just commented on the overall collection so I'm defaulting to footwear.  So far I like what I see - a bunch of longwings (Thom's footwear of choice), some of which are unconventional, and one pair of supper clean saddle shoes. When I last mentioned Black Fleece footwear not too long ago I talked about how one of it's biggest selling points was getting Thom Browne designs at virtually half off.  All of these shoes are $550 so that aspect is still in play.  While I can't speak to the exact quality of the shoes, having never owned a pair, I can regurgitate the facts.  Black Fleece kicks are goodyear welted, leather lined/soled and made in both England and the USA (depending on the model).  Every one of those aspects is what I look for when dropping anything north of 3 hundo so depending on your filing status some of these may actually be a pretty good deal.  The Jury's still out on those spectators though...

 
  

-L.A.S

8 comments:

  1. I love me some those spectators! Don't be talkin' smack about them!

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  2. I like those spectators too, but the bottom pair is just bloody awesome. I think I need to own them, $550 or not ...

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  3. White lace on the bottom sets them apart from the crowd. Also, the fact that they're not suede. Really, unique for the color.

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  4. The white saddle shoe buck is fantastic...slick, very slick

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  5. The white on white bucks are gorgeous, as are that last pair. I would totally wear them.

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  6. The $550 price tag isn't too bad when you consider that it's only about $100 or so above a comparable stock Alden.

    Those tan ones on the bottom are gorgeous.

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  7. I have hear that this kind of shoes hurt the foot, Well I wasn't even going to buy them anyway, thanks for the post.

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  8. omg I love all those shoes, they are really lovely, in particularly I like the last ones, I wanna buy a pair of this ones, thanks for the post

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