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for what its worth, we've done the same in the past for MTO with high levels of success - only ever received one pair back for sizing issues over ~3 years. can't say it will work 100% of the time, but brannock is generally not a bad starting point for Rancourt handsewns (blakes require some sizing up)
Wanted to cross post this from our affiliate thread; Gitman Vintage madras are up on the web, check em out here.
Gitman Brothers SS15 Now Online Hi Guys, our Gitman Vintage madras are up on the web, check em out here.
Damn! thats one hell of a well kept secret!Looks like I have to investigate this. been looking for a way to do some deerskin lined sneakers for like 3 years here.
suprisingly the [grapefruit] sculpin isn't all the cheap in the USA: my 6 pack was 15 dollars. saw it for the same price at multiple locations. I liked it well enough as a summer beer, but at that price it's not sustainable to be crushing these at BBQs (also 7% ABV will sneak up quick). I found the grapefruit peel mellowed out in the glass vs out of the can I got it in. now that we're getting to that time of year, what do you guys like for summer six packs? I feel like...
perhaps;if we blow out of these I might be able to facilitate a restock - it all depends on timing, since we have to wait a while after ordering to actually receive these. I can say with some certainty that we hope to be doing more limited release products like this so if you miss the kudu there might be something new around the corner. we can also facilitate MTO pairs, but the costs go up in that event. if there seems to be room for a restock I'll be sure to touch base...
I really do hope the kudu leather is a successful experiment for them, would be rad to have multiple kudu options in house.
11/10 A++
some extra info on our first big project of 2015 Rancourt for Portland Dry Goods SS15 Kudu Chandler's Camp Moc Longfellow Loafer Kudu Suede: The leather used for these shoes comes from an African Antelope, hunted for population control and as a common food source. The leather is very strong despite being quite unstructured, allowing for leather goods that are durable without being rigid and uncomfortable. Despite the unstructured nature of this leather, we chose to...
Hi Guys. I put this together as part of a press kit for our collaborative project with Rancourt. figured it would be appreciated here; I'll leave the copy out since you guys are familiar enough with kudu leather & Reltex. Rancourt for Portland Dry Goods SS15 Kudu Chandler's Camp Moc Longfellow Loafer Just in time for summer, too. its pushing the 70s here today but it feels like 85 after this winter.
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