What's your favorite shoe company?

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    Sneakers - NB (Although I've noticed the last few years a lot of the top athletic company's shoes have become shorter and narrower)

    Casual/Dress - Rockport (Used to always were dress shoes with leather soles and heels. After a lot of years on my feet walking on unpadded carpeted concrete my heels and feet were killing me. Switched over to Rockports and voila, no more sore heels/feet.)
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    Who wears shoes in Kentucky?

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    If we are talking dress shoes, I have several pair of Frye’s and a few pair of John Varvatos shoes. Very expensive, but well made and will likely last me the rest of my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    If you polish and condition regularly and know a good cobbler, a pair of nice dress shoes can literally last forever. One of the best investments I can think of when it comes to shoes. My dad always wore Rockport’s when I was growing up so I guess I’ve never really given them a chance. Haha
    I always knew Rockports as those little brownish comfort shoes old ladies got before they went full orthopedic. Saw the oxfords in a Macy’s once and was shocked. Put them on and was even more shocked. Bought them on the spot. Best under $100 pair of shoes I’ve ever bought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    I like NB's also. They are usually more comfortable than Nike's.
    I have to buy a wide in Nike if I want them to fit right. Not sure if my NB's are wide or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    Do you have a link to what you have or something similar, I want to check them out.
    These are the most recent ones I bought...

    https://www.finishline.com/store/pro...50&colorId=005

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    These are the most recent ones I bought...

    https://www.finishline.com/store/pro...50&colorId=005
    Nice! Thanks for the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    If you polish and condition regularly and know a good cobbler, a pair of nice dress shoes can literally last forever. One of the best investments I can think of when it comes to shoes. My dad always wore Rockport’s when I was growing up so I guess I’ve never really given them a chance. Haha
    My Allen Edmonds are my oldest (18 years) and by far the dress shoes I have worn the most and they are still in the best shape. They are also one of the few shoes still made in the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    These are the most recent ones I bought...

    https://www.finishline.com/store/pro...50&colorId=005
    The AM 270’s are fire.

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    Work boots - Danner
    Basketball shoes - Nike
    Workout shoe - Adidas

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsfan41 View Post
    For running shoes its Brooks. For every day wear, New Balance is my go to, so comfortable.
    I bought my first pair (420's) in Florida last summer. I just purchased another pair for $30, love those shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    Do you like the no bulls?
    I've been thinking of trying them myself, just can't pay full price for them and they are never on sale.

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    Merrell
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsrider View Post
    I've been thinking of trying them myself, just can't pay full price for them and they are never on sale.
    The canvas ones are a little bit less expensive at $100 I think but the sole is the same so I may pull the trigger on a pair soon. I really like the look of the leather ones though.

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    Reebok

    The Question is my alltime favorite shoe, just ahead of the Answer 4 and Shaqnosis.

    The Zigs are super comfortable, but I’d hesitate to do much running or exercising in them.

    I also LOVE the Nike PG 1, obviously. Will get back to you on the 2 following basketball season.

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