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Official Paul Smith Shoe Thread... all PS shoe questions here

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by RFX45, Feb 20, 2008.

  1. RFX45

    RFX45 Well-Known Member

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    ^^^ Nice collection you got there.

    I got a couple of PS shoes too.

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  2. Get Smart

    Get Smart Well-Known Member

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    I also liked these "Ginsberg" loafers (both the olive and navy were great).....it's not a shoe that I would wear that often but they're sharp as hell

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  3. Tarmac

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    Whoa Get Smart has a crazy horde. Those look great. I like that smooth toe boot with the medallion, as well as the green captoes etc. here are some pics when mine were still new: I think these are the same as GS' incredible green shoes, except in burgundy suede [​IMG] some slip ons which come up regularly on ebay. made in india, still very high quality [​IMG] Sundance boots [​IMG] my homie on Sufu bought and sold these a while back, I have never seen them anywhere else, they have a more rounded toe: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    whacked Well-Known Member

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    The PS x Triumph boots are dope.
     
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    I like how he unlaces them, even though they have side zippers.

    I still want to get a pair of Starrs eventually, those are such great shoes.
     
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    cldpsu Well-Known Member

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    Getsmart, which model is the third one down? It looks amazing.
     
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    keykoo Well-Known Member

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    God I need some Sundance Boots Here's my collection: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Wow I need to polish those Chen's...
     
  8. bapelolol

    bapelolol Well-Known Member

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    keykoo: what size do you wear in chucks & those ps shoes?
     
  9. Tarmac

    Tarmac Well-Known Member

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    Love the top 3 keykoo. killer shoes.
     
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    what are the names of the first 3?
     
  11. keykoo

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    8-8.5 in Chucks and 6.5 - 7 in PS
     
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    ^ Those remind me of the Tricker's Malton, which I also really like. The only major differences are a thinner sole and the leather.
     
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    You guys are killing me with these shoes, really awsome. Almost picked up a pair here in nyc, on sale they just didn't have my size.
     
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    +1--this thread became an overnight (very effective) PS shoe ad.
     
  17. Get Smart

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    Getsmart, which model is the third one down? It looks amazing.

    That's the sundance brogue boot

    These are the Dickens, I believe. Like the Sundance, except a wider last. They were available last year in black and olive green. I've got a pair of the black ones.

    yep, the Dickens from F/W 07. The last is quite a bit larger (wider) than the ones used on sundance/starr. My usual size was WAY too large and the store didnt get them any smaller. The olive green ones haunt me still.
     
  18. Contingency Plan

    Contingency Plan Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't pay retail; but come sale time... [​IMG]

    Mine:

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  19. SantosLHalper

    SantosLHalper Well-Known Member

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    That's the sundance brogue boot



    yep, the Dickens from F/W 07. The last is quite a bit larger (wider) than the ones used on sundance/starr. My usual size was WAY too large and the store didnt get them any smaller. The olive green ones haunt me still.


    I tried them both on while at the SoHo store. I've got a weakness for green shoes for some reason, but I liked the black a little better. Funny that you had to size down, my regular size worked for me.
     
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