Photo by Salt Water New England

Sunday, June 27, 2021

Sockless Bluchers for Summer

Photo by Salt Water New England

13 comments:

  1. A superb laidback combination

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  2. Of course I like the combination but the bluchers…I just like fit and feel of them.

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  3. The floor furnishing and chair are marvelous also!

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  4. If anyone is planning on ordering some Donnelly khakis, there’s currently a 30% discount available. Enter JD30 into the discount code box on the checkout page.

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    1. Thank you. Would be tempting if so much of their stuff weren't sold out.

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  5. A perfect combinationto be sure! Thank you!

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  6. This brings back so many memories of summer camp in the 80's. Back then, it was Bass. In college, it was Bean. These days, it's a 5 year old Quoddy with the original sole.

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  7. My go-to in the summer as well when I need something more substantial than a boat shoe or am conspicuously away from the water - such as when I'm doing a good bit of walking around town or running regular non-boaty errands.

    With a combination of bluchers and boat shoes, I've never quite found enough daylight between the two to incorporate camp mocs, but that's just my personal way of sorting between them.

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  8. I don't know if I can agree with going sockless in Bluchers. Boat shoes, camp mocs, yes. In fact, my go-to is boat shoes, and I generally go sockless pretty much April through October. Once the daily average dips to about 60 degrees or so, I reluctantly switch to Bluchers - but always with socks. I'm sorry, they're just not the type of shoe one should go sockless in; it's just not cricket. Not as bad as going sockless in loafers, but that probably deserves it's own "question for the community."

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    1. I've always worn bluchers sockless in the warm weather.

      BTW "not cricket" means dishonest.

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    2. Not fair, polite or proper. Webster’s.

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    3. "If behavior is not cricket, it is not fair, honest or moral." Cambridge English Dictionary.

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