Smart shoes aka Dr Cunties Cunty shoe emporium


#1224

It’s delivering supplies of lube to the Love Shack at Funzie & were able to fit Paul’s drop en route.


#1225

Suppose, being rubberwear, they had them in stock in the same warehouse.


#1226

ALL couriers (except RM) deliver to a holding depot in Aberdeen and they come up to Lerwick by ferry. A local company delivers them from there and Fetlar gets a door to door delivery every Friday evening.


#1227

20% off at the Tricker’s outlet site today.

As ever, the details is applied at the checkout.


#1228

Adam in green anyone?


#1229

Gardening shoes for the old and infirmed?:weary:


#1230

or Robert in electric blue


#1231

Even they have some self respect.


#1232

If only they had crepe soles.

Electric blue brothel creepers FTW.


#1233

Yea, great if youre a shawadyfuckingwady wannabe.


#1234

Exactly :+1:


#1235

Yeah, I would totally wear a pair of those.


#1236

Just need a pair of yellow cords to go with them


#1237

Quite fancy these. Chap I know used to work in the Clark’s factory in Plymouth so still gets 1/3 off.

https://www.clarks.co.uk/c/Wallabee-Hike/p/26136221

https://www.clarks.co.uk/c/Wallabee-Boot-GORE-TEX/p/26134756


#1238

Trickers shoes made on the Robert last are really comfortable, I have two pairs now, of which my latest are:


#1239

Surely the comfort of a shoe made on a particular last will be entirely dependent on the proportions of your feet. Peoples’ feet vary quite considerably.


#1240

of course - and my feet are quite broad. But I was just sharing my experience.

But given that, that last is used by Trickers a lot, and they keep recreating the shoe each season in suede, grain leather in different colours, suggests it is popular with the punters…

just saying like


#1241

Made with the scrap bits of my the sofa in my doctors surgery waiting room, circa 1975.
Do they smell of ether and vomit?


#1242

Rocking a waxy Barbour Brogue today. Perfect for a salubrious lunch in a road side maccie dig :b:ees.


#1243

Not at all sure what you’d even call these.

Having a bit of trouble adjusting to a casual work environment. Most people seem to wear athletics plimsolls.