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New rock boots - Neptuno.

Tell the world about your new purchases! Got any rants or raves about stores or products that you'd like to share? Here's the place!

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Postby lor » Wed Mar 02, 2005 12:33 pm

Last post of the previous page :

i know where you can get goth boots i think the company who makes em' are called new rock i'm not sure...but you can get em' from the shoe shop schuh and they have a website:
http://www.schuh.co.uk
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Postby DeathRose » Sun Apr 03, 2005 10:14 am

i have got some nice industrial style new rocks but yeh they are a bit pricy £160 and though feel a little sturdy seem to be starting to fall apart allready though should think they will probably and hopefally last me a long time!
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Postby Countess_Isabella » Sun Apr 03, 2005 12:00 pm

The Duckman WroteColonDoes any one know where I can get a cheap pair of New Rock Neptuno boots on the net? And I'd need the price in Euro. Thanks.

I have to say that I'd be very cautious about buying boots/shoes off the net, especially if the site you're buying from is in a different country or continent than the one in which you live, as sizes vary etc. Also, sizes vary among brands, so unless you already have a pair of New Rock boots, you know the size, and they fit you perfectly, I'd be careful.

Just a word of warning! :)
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Postby ?theStrange » Sun Apr 10, 2005 9:13 am

New Rocks can be nice (if that's the right word for them) but are becoming a cliche'. Try the shoes at Spooky Boutique
or even better- get a nice pair of sturdy, comfy, less cliche' doc martens. It worked for me, cos I'm a short-arse and would look terrible in New Rocks. (:
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Postby Jules Dante » Sun May 15, 2005 2:38 am

As with Sojouner, I own a pair of Magnums that I bought from an army store and you really can't go wrong with them. They ain't flash, but they're tough, fairly cheap, and comfortable with superb ankle support. Just takes a while before the sheen wears off and they stop looking a bit plastic. Highly recommended for all purposes.
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