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ShoePassion No. 598 Quarter-brogue Captoe Derby (review forthcoming). For now I’ll just say that these are very nice, and a welcome addition to the ~$200 goodyear-welted full-grain calf leather shoe market. These even come standard with a Joh. Rendenbach oak bark tanned sole. 

ShoePassion No. 598 Quarter-brogue Captoe Derby (review forthcoming). For now I’ll just say that these are very nice, and a welcome addition to the ~$200 goodyear-welted full-grain calf leather shoe market. These even come standard with a Joh. Rendenbach oak bark tanned sole. 

Deets: 11/16/12.

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Shoes: Tricker’s ‘Stow,’ $70 (Black Friday history)

Pants: Dockers Khaki Waders, $19.99 

Church’s of England shoe trees, thrifted $1

Church’s of England shoe trees, thrifted $1

By far my most comfortable non-athletic shoe/boot. Tricker’s Stow brogued boots, purchased for $70 brand new. Get the full story here.

By far my most comfortable non-athletic shoe/boot. Tricker’s Stow brogued boots, purchased for $70 brand new. Get the full story here.

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Brogues.
Clockwise from bottom left: Tricker’s Stow Boot, Florsheim Royal Imperial Scotch Grain, Florsheim Royal Imperial Shell Cordovan, Royal Tweed by Church’s Black Calf, Florsheim Royal Imperial.

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Brogues.

Clockwise from bottom left: Tricker’s Stow Boot, Florsheim Royal Imperial Scotch Grain, Florsheim Royal Imperial Shell Cordovan, Royal Tweed by Church’s Black Calf, Florsheim Royal Imperial.