brogue


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Synonyms for brogue

a thick and heavy shoe

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In Flexton Wing, premium black leather with traditional brogue detail is teamed with a contrasting-color EVA outsole for a lightweight feel.
Harris continues: “Our classic styles, of Oxford and City shoes, are complemented beautifully by our Chelsea and Brogue boot selection.
The match features Sheamus' Night of Champions opponent Alberto Del Rio on commentary, and Booker T announcing that the Brogue Kick would, in fact, be banned.
Renowned for their craftsmanship, the O'Keeffe designers explain that the brogue came about when workers would punch holes into their shoes for drainage during wet weather conditions.
From boyish brogue flats to towering clog-style platforms - with the "halfway heel" in between - there really is a shoe to suit every sole.
And because a secret agent ostensibly wears brogue shoes, the floor mats are black leather.
Peabody is pragmatic, Eve is bright and blunt, and Roark's brogue is easy on the ears.
Even the leader of the home team speaks with a brogue.
The actors don't help much by presenting a crazy sea of accents: Farrell tones down his normal Irish brogue, but Leto speaks like he's in a movie about the IRA and "the troubles.
Then, an authentic Scotsman in a thick Scottish brogue pronounces the Scottish translation.
The Swiss Superman evaded a Brogue Kick from his bitter rival and turned it to a roll-up.
WAISTED black Levi's jeans, a Fred Perry polka dot shirt, waist belt, cherry red brogue Dr Martins and a pleather black biker's jacket.
uk's Laurel brogue shoes in black patent are just pounds 18.
com 03 FOR a men's winter wardrobe staple this season, the best brogue boot on the high street has to be the Grenson Fred tan wing-tip, pounds 170, from Kurt Geiger.