51 thoughts on “can blundstones look good on men? or is it a lesbian boot

      • Anonymous says:

        >t. dickhead who wants to waste his time tying his laces
        sorry mate, can’t hear you over the sound of all this cash im making on the building site because I arrived early cos I didn’t have to tie my laces!

        they are unironically top-tier comfy work/hike/whatever boots. Cope, seethe, dilate etc

        • Anonymous says:

          yeah i have a pair of redwing heritage postman 6 inches (reddit basedface here) which are well made, good looking boots but i can rarely be hecked wearing them because they don’t have speed hooks so i have to undo and relace the top couple rings and it takes a few minutes to put them on and off

          i wear my redbacks constantly cause they are comfy, durable and so easy to slip on and off. i should probably get a pair of rm williams chelseas for more formal occasionals but w/e i’ll keep wearing my chunky ass redbacks everywhere idk

  1. Anonymous says:

    I like them. Obviously nothing except for handmade boots from an elderly Spanish man who lives alone on the coast in a lighthouse is going to fly here on /fashion/, however.

  2. Anonymous says:

    these are so commonplace among the normie demographic in new england now that it would be embarrassing to be seen wearing them, like you have succumbed to the hivemind/have no sense of personal style

  3. Anonymous says:

    i prefer Chelsea boots when i wanna be /fashion/, those look like short rainboots lol which look good if you are a redneck working as a plumber or a swamp billy

  4. Anonymous says:

    >can blundstones look good on men?
    In the US? People would either think you’re gay or call you gay
    In Europe or Asia? It’s drip for men. Same with purses.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I get compliments on my Blunnies all the time. One of my friends decided to buy a pair after seeing me wear them lmao. It helps to be an Aussie though.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Can they look good? Yes. Is it a lesbian boot? Also yes. Still, they’re all I wear. Comfy and practical. They’re too hot for summer but perfect for all other seasons, even really cold Finnish winters.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Tried the 063? dress boots to wear to the office (smart casual) but the texture just looked cheap to me, too much like work boots. But maybe that’s the point.

  8. Anonymous says:

    never heard of them being lesbian boots.
    it’s just the default boot for shitty weather here, men and women. not even australian.

  9. Anonymous says:

    These are Australian labourer work boots. Usually covered in shit, dust or cement. They’re meant for men.
    Blundstones are chinkmade trash now though.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I avoided this trend for sooo long, until last winter I finally caved and bought the all-terrain waterproof model.

    Don’t think I’d bother with any other kind, the all-terrain is a blessing here in rainy Vancouver. I wore them shits almost every day of the fall/winter season, and will again this year. Lesbian boots or not.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Get a pair of redbacks instead. Thicker leather, comfier and actually still made in Australia.

    Similarly priced or cheaper than blundstones so why wold you ever buy their inferior chink sweatshop shit

    • Anonymous says:

      Mongrels too, though buying those outside of australia appears to be more difficult.
      I feel like mongrel are slightly better made than redback.

    • Anonymous says:

      If you have the pants/outfits and swag to match them and pull them off. I think snakeskin is fairly ostentatious and they probably cost a lot of money for something you could only wear occasionally without becoming the lame ‘snakeskin boot guy’

      Personally if i was gonna get snakeskin boots I would go all out and get a big high pair of cowboy boots

      • Anonymous says:

        We don’t really wear cowboy boots where I’m from, but I would indeed not plan on wearing them too often. It’s fine because the shoes would last longer that way so the higher price wouldn’t matter as much.

        I’ve never actually bought chelsea boots before, so I’m just gonna get a cheap pair of cow/calf leather chelsea boots to see if they fit me or not.

  12. Anonymous says:

    wore them as workboots, but the bottoms fell apart pretty quickly. Probably all the solvents and chemicals I was dealing with.
    Did like that I could just kick them off, but need something more durable.

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