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post #2576 of 2599

Ehmmmm, CP = Common projects, it's available online. Just google it.

post #2577 of 2599

Thanks. I fount it.

price is like 250$.

post #2578 of 2599

Amazing Boots!

post #2579 of 2599

I am looking for a H by Hudson Yorke strap boots size 9 in US.

 

Either Beige or black. Does any1 have it? or Any 1 know where I can get them?

post #2580 of 2599

Anybody know how is the sizing on Aldo trainers? I'm usually size 43/UK9/US10 in trainers (converse, diesel etc.). What size I should take in Aldo leather sneakers? TIA

post #2581 of 2599
Looking for men's fur lined boots(simular to the inside of uggs that are casual and available in wide withs. Any suggestions would be grealy appreciated
post #2582 of 2599

I love the tigh high boots from the celine winter collection!

post #2583 of 2599
Yea I'm looking for men's boots though
post #2584 of 2599

Just need some last minute advise before I pull the trigger on one of these pairs of boots. I have been warned off the CHROM HI's due to their apparent lack of quality materials but at 60% off I'm finding it hard to resist. The others are CLARKS GOBY HI's. These probably represent the better value as they are normally £69, but I've found them for £49. I've never owned DIESELS or CLARKS and would appreciate some advice. I realise they are both very different boots but these are the two I like.

 

DIESEL CHROM HI for £83 (60% off)

 

CLARKS GOBY HI £49 (30% off)

post #2585 of 2599
I actually pulled the trigger on a pair of chron-zip. Hoping the lug sole will improve quality and they were a steal. -50% on the online store.
post #2586 of 2599

I did the same - should arrive tomorrow.

post #2587 of 2599
Mine not arriving till Thursday. Let me know what they're like!!
post #2588 of 2599

I reckon you are going to love them... ;)

post #2589 of 2599

Well, I liked them a lot but worn twice and...

 

 

I got some Chrom Hi at the same time and the first time I tried to put them on the laces snapped.

 

Top quality...

post #2590 of 2599
Is this hole?
post #2591 of 2599

Yes - a tear that appeared after wearing them twice.

post #2592 of 2599

It's a shame that the diesel makes such

post #2593 of 2599
I've been saying it for ages. The chrom hi are a joke. €250 for boots that are just awful. Flimsy, thin, soft leather and a thin sole that offers no support. They are crap! I got the chron-zip yesterday. They've fitted a lug sole and the suede is slightly thicker and overall it makes a better boot but still I wouldn't pay the €250 asking price. They're barely worth the €110 I paid for them. There are way better boot makers out there. Even Aldo make a great boot at a fraction of the price. Same with h by Hudson and I'm sure lots of guys here could recommend better boots if you're willing to spend that amount of money.
Diesel, shame on you.
post #2594 of 2599

Phukette: You will be pleased to hear that the Chrom Hi were the ones where the lace snapped... the Chron Zip are the ones in the photograph...

post #2595 of 2599
Chron zip are good but still not worth the money. It's just a shame that you spent all that money on such a sub standard product.
post #2596 of 2599

Mine weren't good - torn after wearing twice. They look nice and are comfortable but I have never had shoes that are so sub-standard.

post #2597 of 2599
It's such a shame. You should complain to diesel about them. Making such poor quality items and charging so much for them.
post #2598 of 2599

Done and waiting for a response. It's a shame as I was very pleased with the look and comfort.

post #2599 of 2599

It would be great if you wrote a blog article about quality diesel shoes and show photo

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