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I couldn't find a thread similar to this one. The principle is quite straightforward, just post a picture of the shoes you're wearing.

i'll start.


dr martens x raf simons btw

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in 2006 you were what?......12 or 13?

freecat, are those just simple black docs?

i updated my post since i was asked. they're dr martens x raf simons !

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CdG Homme+ trousers, Nepenthes Socks, old Made in USA Vans

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solid tread ^-^

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This + the sock thread makes finding cool socks much easier.

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socks? what socks? amidoinitrite?

jk, caught me on a beater day

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Doc Martens 1461

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