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These are the Bracken boots from Hender Scheme and definitely not the somewhat similar grey lined suede Wallabees from Clarks Originals. You can tell because the Brackens cost roughly 3.24 times as much as the comparable Wallows, owing to the fact that they are handmade out of a custom suede that is hand dyed and then scratched (presumably by hand) to create that fabulous furry texture. Also, they're made in Japan. I'm providing all these details, because, if you buy a pair of these boots, you will likely want a little evidence to support the argument that they're actually worth the 483 USD price tag. Unless you're simply looking to flex, in which case you've already clicked through the link, bought a pair, and moved on to some other outlandish purchase, like a Jet Ski or an exotic pet. I'll wager you own a money counter and, for that, I applaud you. Every time I go to the bank, I'm reminded that I really want a money counter. I'm not sure why; it just seems empowering, although I assume that's dependent on whether or not the money belongs to you. You know what? We should all buy money counters, take out 100 USD in singles from the bank, then count it and recount it, all night long. Sometimes it's the little things in life that turn out to be the most empowering. -RB
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