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    Other than www.terraplana.com, is anyone aware of any minimalist footwear/sites appropriate for a dressy office environment?


    Thanks very much


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    those shoes are pretty cool!


    sorry i dont have any good suggestions.


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    There was recently a post about moccasins...


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    I bought a couple pairs of Hamiltons from terraplana, and they're great. I need something more dressy. The Claudius looks more dressy, but they've been out of stock for weeks now.


    Unfortunately, moccasins won't cut it...need something to go with suits..


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    Nice shoes; I actually think the Wittgenstein would look great with a suit, but it seems to have a bit more of a heel than the rest (and not quite as minimalist...).


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    Vibrams Trek? I haven't rocked the Vibrams yet, but they seem to be all the rage around here.


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    Definitely not the KSO Treks, which I also own and love (certainly not suit material, unless it was a ninja suit....!)


    schadowrider - yeah, the terra planas are very nice (hardly any sole to them). Very well made (which you pay for). I think the Claudius is as close to suit material as I'd like, but the Wiggensteins are nice, too (unfortunately, as you point out, too much heel and a little too high of a rise to get away in a suit IMO).


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