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Francis Dungcaster

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Solution for "Bootless Rogue"
« on: Oct 09, 11, 07:19:55 am CDT »

Here is my solution to my brown boot problem. I engaged T-Star Leather in Berlin Md. to make a pair of "Boot Toppers" or Gaiters for me. I combined them with a pair of Tommy Hilfiger boots and a set of spurs.












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Re: Solution for "Bootless Rogue"
« Reply #1 on: Oct 09, 11, 11:05:22 am CDT »

That works well!
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« Reply #2 on: Oct 19, 11, 02:25:38 pm CDT »

Here is a better image.


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Re: Solution for "Bootless Rogue"
« Reply #3 on: Oct 19, 11, 02:35:58 pm CDT »

Looks good.
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