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They're not bad, yes kind of ugly, but that's by design. The whole distressed look is really in lately. Just have to match them with appropriate clothing.

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I just bought 'em today. Really comfy and well, unique. Though I hafta they say they look a lil' like hobo shoes LOL

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Though I hafta they say they look a lil' like hobo shoes LOL
ahaha it's a good look .
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How are you going to wear those when it's -20 degrees F outside?!? What about snow and ice? They don't look too waterproof and certainly aren't going to have much traction on ice.

I believe in only having one pair of shoes at a time. Mine need to be all weather.
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How are you going to wear those when it's -20 degrees F outside?!? What about snow and ice? They don't look too waterproof and certainly aren't going to have much traction on ice.

I believe in only having one pair of shoes at a time. Mine need to be all weather.
Sadly, its 30 degrees here all year round with plenty of sun and high humidity in the air and its forever summer!

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How are you going to wear those when it's -20 degrees F outside?!? What about snow and ice? They don't look too waterproof and certainly aren't going to have much traction on ice.

I believe in only having one pair of shoes at a time. Mine need to be all weather.
That'd be a pain hiking.. I have light boots, running shoes, heavy boots, alpine boots etc..

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That'd be a pain hiking.. I have light boots, running shoes, heavy boots, alpine boots etc..
Ah yes, but my one pair of shoes ARE hiking boots!

BTW calenerd I was joking with all the cold weather references, I saw you are from Singapore and was momentarily jealous because winter is just dragggging on here.
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Ah yes, but my one pair of shoes ARE hiking boots!

BTW calenerd I was joking with all the cold weather references, I saw you are from Singapore and was momentarily jealous because winter is just dragggging on here.
HAHA I see, didn't see that coming. Would love the have some snowwww over here.It'd be a nice change for a while. 1 wardrobe to last for the entire year

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alternatives

you go the moccasins which are fun to where all the time and uber comfy

Pumas currently have this shoe love it goes well with jeans and cargo shorts Comfy and stylish get many compliments from the lady's old and young which is kinda creepy*

I dont know your style but think these are descent alternatives.
Jordan knows what's up. My shoes rotate between Puma el reys, Puma Romas, and Moccasins year round, but would not rock those sanuks. But it's really up to you man, you are the one wearing them.
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