Wednesday, 22 February 2017

These Boots Were Made For Walking (Tours)

DC Editor Adam writes…

In December 2016 I posted the The Daily Constitutional's blog post number 5,000.

To mark the occasion I've been digging in the archive and over February 2017 I'll be reblogging The DC's "Greatest Hits" – my 50 favourite posts. 

In addition I'll be sharing my 50 favourite London photos to have appeared here since October 2008. 

I hope you enjoy them

Feb 2017

Back in August 2012 I turned my blogging attention to walking shoes…

Walking Shoe Tips From the London Walks Guides #1

Adam writes… “Doctor Martens for me. A famous name, a GREAT design, a British-ISH classic. Docs remain the perfect shoe for a man in early middle age still keen to create the illusion of rebelliousness…

The current fleet

I rotate three pairs. The black pair look great paired with a suit, while the green and the oxblood (or cherry) pairs are ideal with a kilt. Comfy? Practical? These are my “Three London Walks-a-Day” shoes – six hours of London Walking and they still feel like Jermyn Street slippers.”

My daughter likes ’em, too…

If you have your own favoured walking shoe, drop us a line at the usual email address

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