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DSQUARED MENS PLATFORM BOOTS

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Oh man, I cannot find this style on the web, it's from DSQUARED2 men's 2017 collection. Wow if I saw a guy wearing these be prepared to be followed. lol

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These guys look so cool in these boots, WOW! So turned on.

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Very 70's, not my style nowadays but back in the day would have worn them 

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Damn! not a size 13 in sight. lol. Oh well one can wish.

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I looked at their site the other day out of curiosity and concluded a  few things. The prices are such which will only attract young yuppie types living in their loft apartments in urban cocoons. The styles are predictably hideous, and because they are marketed to men, the prices are sky-high. Just buy the heels of your choice from the "women's" side and save enough NOT to take out a second mortgage. HappyinHeels

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They don't exactly give those things away, do they?

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Wow £840.00 for those boots?  I was browsing through the rest of the dsquared shoes, all typical ugly mens shoes, all are so over priced, even these sandals are £315 (~$390), and these simple flip flops are £255.  I guess if you're swimming in money, prices don't matter.  I mean if you search really hard on amazon.com you can also find stupidly overpriced flip flops there too.  Maybe I am just jealous that I don't have that kind of money to burn? :( 

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18 hours ago, 70splats said:

Damn! not a size 13 in sight. lol. Oh well one can wish.

Hope you find your size in those boots, would love to see you rocking them!

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I get it that some guys say 70s platform style for men they don't like, just like I don't wear women's pumps or heels if I wanted that I would change my gender. But to each it's own I couldn't imagine walking down the street in spike heels a  women's style I honestly would be set up to be jumped, or hospitalized, guess it's not mainstream, probably never will be, I don't see any men I know walking in women's heels. Men's style of 70s platforms aren't mainstream either but yo never know.lol

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