Must-Read: Which Boots Are Made For Walking?
It took us quite a few years to feel comfortable enough to wear boots. It’s such a big statement to wear boots on your feet, that you have to be prepared for a tiny amount of ridicule from your friends for the first few times you wear them. But once you get past that initial little bit of uncomfortableness — here’s a quick tip: make sure to practice putting them on and taking them off in your own place a few times before heading out; if you happen to go to a place where you have to remove them, you don’t want to look like a goddamn amateur — they are tremendous additions to any wardrobe. In fact, we could not recommend them enough.
So today we’re heading over to AskMen.com where they have a selection of boots that you need to get for this fall season. For example, among their selections over there is this beauty:
Here’s the information from the site:
Frye Harness Boot
Biker boots are typically too biker-ish to serve any legitimate purpose for the Harley-less crowd. But this uber-classic O-ring maintains a sleekness that wouldn’t be out of place on the average straight-leg-denim/chambray-shirt kind of guy.
So yes, these are a bit expensive at $268. That is a lot of money that we probably won’t be spending — which, right here, is a request to Frye Harness Boots if you want to send us a pair! — but that doesn’t mean all of you are in a financial situation like us. And if you do have the funds, well, we can highly recommend these suckers.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.