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I had no idea what to wear today with these coffee boots:



So I just put on whatever I felt like wearing:



So I went a-searching, as I've wanted a brown G for some time.

Coming across this thread, it turns out brown G's are few and far between.

So, I thought I'd hear what your choices are. Pics welcome! :)
 

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An all black G would look good, without any colors.

Then there is G-9300ER, but I don't know how avaliable those are...

Not many brown g-shocks around, that's for sure.
 

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Don't think the GLS-100-5ER fits the bill. Nice watch, very big, but looks Khaki!

The brown Mudman is a mud coloured Mudman :eek: How will you know when it's clean?! ;)
Looks good! I think they need a brown Brazilian Rosewood style colour, warm and in a GLX-5600 style watch:



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when it comes to brown G's.. these ones comes to mind:

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those are some of the more recent ones anyways.. there might have been a brown aviator as well. The dark green army colour might match as well.. not sure.
 

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I tend to wear metal or "metallic colored" G's if I am wearing brown shoes or boots. I would think that brown (obviously), red, white or khaki/sand colored G's likely go smoothly as well.
 

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Thanks for the replies. I'm also wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans (mid-dark, not too rich, not light) and entertained the following also before I left the house:






I agree blue goes well with Brown and probably would have worn this, if it hadn't been stolen from me over a year ago :(

 
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