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Where To Buy Frye Boots Near Me UPD

I'm posting this question in a few of the forums, places where we'll be along the route, looking for stores that sell Frye boots, and ideally have a good selection available - especially as I'm undecided on the knee high pair.

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Red Wing, a small industrial town in Minnesota, only 1:30 hrs away from Minneapolis, is definitely a charismatic and a proud one. For over 100 years the generations of the local residents have been making some of the best boots in America. We know Red Wing Shoes today are these $300 handmade quality boots that only people with money can afford. But here is a quick recap of where people wore Red Wings throughout the history of America:

I got so excited that I walked into Red Wing HQ where they had to tell me to chill and cross the street to enter the museum and store. It was pretty epic to see the Silicon Valley style receptionist in Red Wing, Minnesota. I loved every minute of being in that town. I bought my first Red Wing boots there and crossed the street to buy the high socks for them in the local Swedish store for them.

DISCLAIMER: Normally I have a policy of not posting about anything that isn't readily available to everyone. That is, I need to be able to link to a reputable online seller where you can buy a product . For example, I wanted to write about my favorite Natural Life Intermingle V-Neck top for weeks, but I didn't because I couldn't find an online seller. It just doesn't seem fair to talk about how great something is, and then be like, "Buuuuut it's only available at this one tiny boutique." That being said, I'm going to tell you about these amazing Frye boots I found. From what I can tell, they're no longer being made (bitch, that's a MISTAKE), but these boots are so amazing, they're worth buying from eBay, or even some bootleg boot retailer. I'll explain why below. And if you're like me and have been searching for tall boots for eons, you'll be happy I broke the rules (the rules that I made up and set for myself, I realize).

I have thick calves and ankles. Some people chose to refer to calves like mine as "athletic" or "wide," but I don't pussyfoot around. They're THICK. They're not colossal or anything - I wear most skinny jeans without too much difficulty - but my calves are thick enough that finding taller boots that fit is damn near impossible. And I've tried. Oh, how I've tried. Now wide calf boots are becoming more and more available, which is good. But I need more than an extra inch in my shaft circumference. (No, YOU went there. I didn't say anything, you pervert.) 041b061a72


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