Their time has come. Much as I love them I am now too embarrassed to be seen (dead) in them. Click on the photo above and you will see why.
Scuffed. Ripped. Split. Collapsed. The polish corrupted into white streaks. They have had their day.
Instead they are to be replaced by a great stonking pair of toe-tector Cat boots of the highest calibre (above right). We’re talking industrial safety wear here. We’re talking boots that can crush hand grenades beneath their heels. Boots that can kick completely through Kevlar body armour. Boots that would make the American military weep in ecstatic envy.
World, I’m a-coming to get yer.
Booted and suited.
Leathered up like a good ‘un.
Down at heel but up with the best.
You can all kiss my eyeholes.
Not that there's anything much wrong with the old pair... but with a new pair like that, no one would be able to resist throwing out the other (although I'd still advice you not to throw it out - keep it in a closet or something!). Those are boots it'd be a pleasure to kiss ;-) Sporty, stylish, boyish, confident boots. Go get 'em!
I'll have to send you the link so you can get your own pair! ;-)
I have a pair of Doc's which are in brilliant condition that I have been wearing every winter for approximately 12 years.I even wear them with skirts!My children are embarrassed when I wear them!I will be very SAD when they give up the ghost.
A picture of my boots
"These boots are made for walking, and that's just what they'll do... Are you ready boots? Start walkin'!"
I have a pair of mere shoes but, alas, in a similar state of disrepair. I wear them to take out the garbage, when it's dark, but they've yet to become part of it!
Ally, no need to feel ashamed. They're as handsome a boot as I've ever seen. Boots are next to godliness in my book!
Get yerself some boots, TimeWarden - take out that trash in style!
Sell 'em on ebay!
Hmm. You might have something there, Nora. Vintage Chelsea boots, plenty of sole, 1800 miles, one careful owner... I could make a small fortune!
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