1.28.2012

B00TS N0T M4D3 F0R W4LK1NG

The last time I wore these timberland boots the platform split in half while I was walking to class in December.  When I got to school I krazy glued the platform back together, and you can see the glue residue in the second photo.  But last night I wore these out for the first time since they broke in December, and when I was coming home the other shoe tore from the platform.  Walking home it felt like I was wearing a boot/flip flop hybrid.. very unpleasant.


9 comments:

  1. did you get them made in east village?

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    1. yeah yeah from borris? i got 2 pairs pairs and one of them fell apart the next day and the other one just looks shitty. im starting to make my own now because of how badly they were made.

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  3. fuuuuck this happened to me the other weekend at a club, had to go home early...

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  4. at least it happened at the end of the night! i have totally been there though. it sucks!

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  5. Where are these boots from? They're amazing I need to get a pair!

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  6. OH WOW where did you get them? I neeeeed a pair

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  7. It's just custom work done by a cobbler.

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