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Dec 3, 2012
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
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
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
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
Steve Dallas replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"I got a pair of Sperry's(albeit cheaper ones from Academy) and they shredded my heels. Now I just wear them when I go fishing with super short,well below ankle socks. WIll try to find some Timberland as a couple restaurants at our honeymoon…"
May 10, 2010
Thad replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"Another vote for Sperry. As for socks ... with shorts, no socks. But, if you are wearing pants, especially if it is not the middle of the summer, then I would recommend socks, but never white socks."
Sep 10, 2009
Ryan replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Boat Shoes Discussion
"Sperry is the standard when it comes to boat shoes, although I got myself a pair of Rockports and I love em. With shorts I never, ever wear them with socks, although on casual Fridays, I might put them on with some socks. I wouldn't say its…"
Aug 17, 2009
Jeremy Gross replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Old Spice Original Scent
"Exactly."
Jul 29, 2009
Jeremy Gross replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Old Spice Original Scent
"I should have phrased better what I wrote above. I meant to wear a scent that a boy would wear on a teenage date when the woman in question was a teenager. "Axe" wasn't around when I was a teenager. I meant the scents I would have…"
Jul 29, 2009
Jeremy Gross replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Old Spice Original Scent
"One of the nice things about wearing a scent like this on a first date is that smell is a powerful anchor to memory. Without intending to be disparaging, the kind of scents a boy would wear on a teenage date are the kind of scent-memories a girl has…"
Jul 29, 2009
The Plainsman replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Old Spice Original Scent
"I have seen it at the local supermarket in the shaving section."
Jul 29, 2009
Brett McKay replied to Nick Galfano's discussion Old Spice Original Scent
"I've seen it in Walgreens and CVS. $11."
Jul 22, 2009

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