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First pair of boots I’ve bought since 1985 February 11, 2007

Posted by daveintexas in Texas.
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The Larry Mahans served me well.  But they’re gettin a little beat up.

So I’m breaking these in now.

Lucchesi.  Italian  Justin. Texas bootskies.

UPDATE: I don’t normally wear boots to work, I’m a button down-tassel loafers kind of guy.  But I want to break these in so I did.

They felt great, all day long.

Yeah.

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1. Anna-Lys - February 11, 2007

Ciao Bello Bootsie by the Pool.
Nice!

Texas cowboy alright ;-)

hug

2. Pupster - February 12, 2007

Have you named them yet?

3. Dave in Texas - February 12, 2007

heh… they’re boots, not balls.

let me ponder that a minute, they might be testicular now that I think about it.

4. Elzbth - February 12, 2007

Of course they’re testicular. That’s why they’re so cool.

5. kevlarchick - February 12, 2007

Flippin sweet. Although some would laugh at you up here in these parts.

6. Dave in Texas - February 12, 2007

Not if I gave em the scary crazy eyeballin.

7. FANCY - February 12, 2007

this shoes are not made for walking…*L*…maybe for some ingrowing toe-nail :P

8. lauraw - February 12, 2007

Actually, I have heard that cowboy boots are surprisingly comfortable.

9. daveintexas - February 12, 2007

arch support baby.

very comfy. I wore these new ones all day and my feet feel marvy.

10. Pupster - February 13, 2007

Not so good on ice though…unless your sliding for distance.

11. pajama momma - February 13, 2007

Look at that pool!!!! Oh and great shoes, Dave.


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