Danner boot scrounger.

#1
My old Ft. Lewis are a bit down at heel, and having been used for kicking cans about the street for the last ten years the uppers are none too smart either.

They're nearly 300 sheets a pair and that's a fuck load of beer.

If anyone has a new pair, UK9/US10 that they don't mind donating PM me.
 
#4
#5
My old Ft. Lewis are a bit down at heel, and having been used for kicking cans about the street for the last ten years the uppers are none too smart either.

They're nearly 300 sheets a pair and that's a fuck load of beer.

If anyone has a new pair, UK9/US10 that they don't mind donating PM me.
Why don't you get them resoled this year, and then next year replace the uppers. Then you can say you've worn the same boots for almost 10 years and they're still in good nick.
 
#6
Why don't you get them resoled this year, and then next year replace the uppers. Then you can say you've worn the same boots for almost 10 years and they're still in good nick.
Did that 5 & 6 years ago.
 
#7
My old Ft. Lewis are a bit down at heel, and having been used for kicking cans about the street for the last ten years the uppers are none too smart either.

They're nearly 300 sheets a pair and that's a fuck load of beer.

If anyone has a new pair, UK9/US10 that they don't mind donating PM me.
Get to the back of the fucking que , Ive needed some new Matterhorns for the last six months.
 

TheIronDuke

ADC
Book Reviewer
#8
I may be able to help. IronDuke Heavy Industries BVD has recently bought seven tons of boots for people who do not have a Scoobie about buying adequate footwear and maintaining it for years. We call it the 'StupidAsADeadKipper' range. Or 'Kip' for short. We have a website but I do not know where it is.

PM me for details. Cash, credit cards, Paypal or may swap for a Jet-Ski.
 

Cutaway

LE
Kit Reviewer
#9
My old Ft. Lewis are a bit down at heel, and having been used for kicking cans about the street for the last ten years the uppers are none too smart either.
Africans ?
 

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