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timberlands

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Al Green, Mar 26, 2003.

  1. Al Green

    Al Green 12oz Veteran Member

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    timberlands

    Discussion started by Al Green - Mar 26, 2003

    do you like timberlands?
    if so why?

    do you buy any of the new timberland shoes (meaning anything besides the yellow boot?)


    reason is ive been looking at their recent stuff..
    what do others think.?


    -discuss.
     
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  2. --zeSto--

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    --zeSto-- - Replied Mar 26, 2003

    I dont really like that look.
    It's a little too thugged out for us grown ups.

    and hell... they're work boots.
    I'd rather wear something that doesn't make me look like I'm in construction.
    Maybe a foreman, but not the guy working the cement mixer.
     
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  3. Dr. Dazzle

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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Mar 26, 2003

    Everyone I see wearing them is trying way too hard to pull them off. And it just doesn't work....
     
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  4. vinyl junkie

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    vinyl junkie - Replied Mar 26, 2003

    the foreman wears boots too... the only difference between the foreman and the grunts are that the foreman's shirt is tucked in...
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Mar 26, 2003

    ok... I'd rather be the guy rolling on to the site in his caddy.
    I guess that's the dig difference.
     
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    atrocks - Replied Mar 26, 2003

    i still sport the a pair of the early timbos every now and then....jiggy people can sport em one way which is usually what i see......but mine are kinda beat up and dirty.....so i dont think i can pull that look off....hmm..maybe its time for some new ones?....other than that..."timbos on the feet and i like the way its goin down"
     
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  7. T.T Boy

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    T.T Boy - Replied Mar 26, 2003

    i never understood wearing work clothes to be cool.
    i could also never figure out why carhartt,wrangler and lee jeans are so cool in europe. carhartt is for bus drivers and welders, not teenage italians who have never actually seen a hammer.

    thumbs down for timmalandyo
     
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  8. When

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    When - Replied Mar 26, 2003

    i want one of those jackets

    anyway i had a pair of timberland boots i used for work
    they lasted a few years until they finally just got too haggard
    weld spatter eventually eats through them
     
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