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Dec 3, 2012
Daniel Gaston replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"Yea, although with shoes its your pants, shirt, jacket, belt combo that tends to be the most obvious. I'm pretty partial to the oatmeal and if you like them more than the brown than go for it."
Nov 3, 2010
Daniel Gaston replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"Well the great thing with boat shoes is usually you tie them and leave them tied, only retie when they start getting too loose so you can slip them off and on."
Nov 3, 2010
Turbo replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"Ah! Okay. I'd always wondered if it was just an aesthetic having the shoelaces making an X over the two eyelets and that perhaps some boat shoes didn't actually have laces to tie, that it was more of a slip on sort of routine. Thanks."
Nov 3, 2010
Daniel Gaston replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"You'll usually see shoes tied like this when you buy them, the laces tucked down inside. Not really so much a marketing gimmick as just an aesthetic thing."
Nov 3, 2010
Turbo replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"So it is just a marketing gimmick then, yeah? Oh well. Thanks for answering my noob question!"
Nov 3, 2010
Daniel Gaston replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"Good question, I'm not sure. I would think that anything you did to tie the laces inside under the tongue would be horribly uncomfortable and probably do quite a number on your foot as well."
Nov 3, 2010
Daniel Gaston replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"My Sebago's are most similar to the Dark Brown and they work well with dark blue jeans. I'm partial to the oatmeal as a nice summer colour though, they'll work well with light coloured pants."
Nov 3, 2010
Turbo replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"Now that this thread has been resuscitated. I have a question. I have also been looking into getting a pair of boat shoes as of late and I'm curious if it's possible to wear them with the laces tucked/hidden/however they hell they make…"
Nov 3, 2010
Turbo replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"When it comes to this part of the forum I'm not the biggest toad in the water, but I think I have enough sartorial sense to tackle this question. I reckon the classic brown would go best with dark blue jeans. Black is a bit trickier, but I…"
Nov 3, 2010
Daniel Gaston replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"Yeah, they are about 10 bucks cheaper there than the Sperry website. Exchange rate is good right now but it was better a few weeks ago, might go back up again in my favour. I'll keep an eye out and see if any stores carry them here and what the…"
May 11, 2010
Daniel Gaston replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"They will ship to Canada, a little expensive at 19.00 USD but still better than the import fee + shipping charge ar Zappos' Canadian site. Thank you."
May 11, 2010
Daniel Gaston replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"Anyone know what Brick and Mortar stores, particularly here in Canada, carry Sperry. Hopefully with decent selection of style and colour. Sperry themselves online don't appear to ship to Canada and neither does Zappos. Zappos has a Canadian…"
May 11, 2010
Michael D. Denny replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
":: cough :: Nothing says "touron" like boat shoes. Which ironically, are very poor footwear when one is actually out on a boat."
May 11, 2010
OHK replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"When I'm wearing pants, I'm wearing socks with my Sperrys. Ya damn right I just said that."
May 10, 2010
Paul_of_TX replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"I have had a few pairs of Sebago boat shoes and they have been great. I have not had a pair of Sperry so I can't compare the two. Which ever one you choose I would have to recommend no socks."
May 10, 2010

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