A rubber boots guy Encounter

Tonight was probably the craziest encounter in my life. I was working alone in the library and suddenly I saw a white guy in grey sweatshirt wearing a pair of black knee-high rubber boots and studying. My heart was beating so fast and I obviously had a big turn on in my pants.  His boots looked like those rubber boots that workers in Supermarket would wear. He has dark brown hair, half bald hair. He seemed like in his late-20 years old. He was really serious on his paper. I really wanted to say “Nice boots” to him and just get down and take some photos of his boots. His boots were awesome, I really liked the brown heel. They were really basic boots and wore by him. I had my lace up boots on my feet. We were the only people in the library and who were wearing boots. I had a few times that really to talk to him. My heart just felt like going to expose. I really wanted to talk to him, and I started to imagine what would happen. Would he let me take off his boots? Would he want to be friend with me? Is he nice? Is he going to talk to me? I don’t know. All I could think off was the sweat inside rubber boots and the aroma of his feet with rubber. I really wanted to touch them, feel them, and take them off from him. I had a huge bulge in my pants already. He went up to the bathroom and walked back, his boots are so hot. I know I have to talk to him, and I could not focus on my study. Continue reading “A rubber boots guy Encounter”

My BOL posts: Boot Sight at UW

Posted by huskybootboy on December 11, 2009 at 00:57:04:

Last night, I was in Odegaard library in University

Of Washington, until 6 am in the morning and I saw a mid 20 years old guy wearing cowboy boots on the first floor next to the men’s restroom. I remembered I saw him before and walked around him few times in daytime, to take a good look of his boots. I really like his boots. He was using a laptop doing some project, and he was sitting there alone the whole night. I studied a little bit, then I was trying to approach him. However, I am so scared because I never do this in my life. His boots shaft hiding under jeans really attracted me and I really wanted to know what brand are they. At 4 am, I went back upstairs and look up in the zappos.com. I found few pairs of boots that look alike to his. I was going back and forward the stairs to get enough courage to talk to him. After 10 minutes, I stopped thinking what he would think of me and I just bought my laptop with me and asked him where did he get his boots. He didn’t feel weird. And he was so passion with his boots. He even took off his boots to look at the brand of his boots. He really liked his boots and he kept described his boots to me. They are made by Dan Post. It called Dan Post waterproof boots. They are 10 inches. He wears them everyday. He said the boots are really good for the weather in Seattle. (because it’s rain a lot!)  They are very broken in and comfy for him. He went to military so he used to wear boots. His wife doesn’t like him take time to lace up his boots everyday. Then he tried to wear sneakers. But he did not like it, so he bought a pair of these cowboy boots in somewhere south of Seattle. It was a great conversations. He was really passion about his boots. He did not tell me his name, neither I. But I know that I want to be him wearing boots every single day in my life.

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sadly, no one replied. I guess this is not a good booted story. One time I saw him walking back home at night and I stalked him and I found out he lived in the greek houses area.

A guy wearing his Harness boots at the library

These photos are taken in my university library on 3/9/2010 6:45pm. The guy was really shocking me when he has a really nice pair of brown leather harness boots. I really thought that he is a good boots wearer because he is skinny and tall. And the brown leather from Frye really shows the character. Now I am looking back, I really want a pair of brown leather Frye boots like him too.

Comments:

Posted by BHD on March 10, 2010 at 03:54:22:

: I should talk to him and ask him if I can try on his boots.

Sure, try to talk to him and get to know each other; perhaps go have a bite to eat. Asking him to try on his boots should wait until you know each other better.

These boot sightings are always a treat when you can catch them. Thanks for nesting the postings together. It makes it much easier to view and to follow.

Posted by Markboots on March 10, 2010 at 04:40:08:

Some very nice camera shots! And, of course, very nice harness boots too! (It would be nice if he wore them with his jeans inside the boots shafts, but the way his jeans “ride-up” showing a good part of the shaft is good enough too!

Nice to see some traditional boots being worn by college kids again! When I was in college in the early 1980s, boots were still popular in college, although I think that the 1970s-era of Frye Campus boots and harness boots was the peak of boot-wearing by the college crowd! I wonder how much engineer boots were worn in college in the late 1950s and early 1960s though? Although I seem to remember seeing some “biker” students sometimes wearing engineer boots back in the boot hey-day of the 1970s, and these guys actually did ride motorcycles, they didn’t just dress in biker gear and boots.

As I said in a post about a month ago, maybe there’s hope yet for today’s college kids, maybe boots are making a return among the college crowd. For the past 15+ years, most of the time all you see on college campuses are flip-flops or sandals, and flimsy cargo shorts, even in the cold of winter. And a flimsy T-shirt. Oh but they’ll wear a heavy (sports) jacket to “keep warm” in the winter, but still have on only filmsy shorts and flip-flops (or sandals).

Nothing against fatigue shorts or cargo shorts, I like to wear knee-length fatigue cargo shorts in the Spring and Summer, but with lace-up BOOTS, such as jump/combat boots, lace-up work boots or logger boots, or desert storm boots, or SWAT “tactical” boots, or even 1980s-style white vinyl HI-top tennies. But I won’t even own a pair of flip-flops or sandals for that matter!

But it just looks DOWNRIGHT SILLY to bundle up during winter in a heavy (sports) jacket, but then have on only flimsy cargo shorts and FLIP-flops!!!

Mark
markboots985 at yahoo dot com

Posted by rafe on March 10, 2010 at 17:32:22:

I was in collage between 1959 and 1963. I do not remember many guys wearing engineer boots on campus, and believe me I would have taken notice. I remember just one guy who I befriended with the objective of borrowing his. Unfortunately they were a couple sizes too small. I do remember one fraternity brother showing up in a beautiful pair of lace to toe loggers and another who wore combat boots frequently (I think he was in ROTC), but otherwise my campus was a desert for boot watching. I think the era of Timberlands came later.

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Posted by BootedButAnon on March 10, 2010 at 21:35:53:

: I was in collage between 1959 and 1963. I do not remember many guys wearing engineer boots on campus, and believe me I would have taken notice. I remember just one guy who I befriended with the objective of borrowing his. Unfortunately they were a couple sizes too small. I do remember one fraternity brother showing up in a beautiful pair of lace to toe loggers and another who wore combat boots frequently (I think he was in ROTC), but otherwise my campus was a desert for boot watching. I think the era of Timberlands came later. rafe

Sorry to disappoint, but I have to reinforce Rafe’s report — as far as 1963-1965 goes. The wildest thing worn I recall was by a professor who wore a pair of something like Clark’s desert boots (~4″ high, roughout, two eyelets, and crepe soles). Most guys wore Bass Weejun’s with the penny tucked in (penny loafers)BUT one had to wear (brand name??) 100% wool socks. (They were in colors and about the weight of a lightweight rag wool hiking sock.) My (snow) boots at the time were Sears Gold(bond?) hunting boots with full Hack Ripple Soles — my black 11″ engineer boots of high school days didn’t make the trip to college. NOW, my second time at college ~1973 to 1976 found me wearing Frye Campus Boots in the rest of the sea of them. Vibram lug-soled hiking boots had appeared on the feet of the backpacking crowd and were starting to filter out to some wannabes. (In the backpacking crowd, TRUE backpackers proudly proclaimed that THEIR boot soles had never touched asphalt or cement!) Seems to me that I started backpacking so that I could wear and be around… bba

Story: College Kids Wearing Boots

When I was on campus I always wore cowboy boots and ran into many other guys who did too. One time I was in the library studying. I was sitting at one of those desks that have the high sides so you’re not bothered by people that sit down in the desk right next to you. A guy sat down in the desk next to me and took off his cowboy boots and put them on the floor between our two desks. The leather aroma drove me crazy and I couldn’t study anymore. I kept looking down at them and after awhile decided to pull my chair back and stretch out and maybe cop a feel of these fine boots. When I pulled my chair back I noticed that the guy next to me had his head on the desk and it looked like he was asleep. I watched for awhile and he didn’t move so I got brave and took my boots off and tried on his. Of course I had already looked around to make sure that no one else was able to see what i was doing. His boots were just a little snug on me, but they felt so comfortable. I was of course totally hard by now. I decided to take a chance and put my cowboy boots down on the floor between the two desks where he had put his boots before I put them on my feet. I was hoping he would wake up and put my boots on and we could share them for a day or so, but when he woke up he tapped me on the shoulder and asked if he could have his boots back. I told him he could wear my boots for now and we could trade back later but he didn’t want to. At least he was nice about the whole thing. It was an experience I will never forget and was glad to see other boot lovers on campus.

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