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Gents, Will there be a further reduction at end? Extra 25 will give you 25% of the sales price. I'm wondering if it goes up to 35 or even 50%??
So, did anyone get a response regarding sizing on their website? Did they use Viberg sizes for their description?   And: will the olive guidi leather shoe pics be up shortly?   I do find their description a bit inaccurate! It´s a leather midsole, not outsole from the pics, isn´t it?   Z
Interesting to hear - I do have also have a Balestaff colonial Bag and loved it for many years. The look is fantastic, but i found it not very practical in daily use: the material is too soft to stand up on its own and the leather straps are a bit fiddly to open and close quickly, the side pockets are useless as the opening is too small to put stuff in there and the size is either too small for a day trip and too big to just walk around with some few things.. But good to...
Who has tried the new 0305 style in person? It´s not described on their website and I would like to know how the fit compares to the 0705/2 style??
I'm 8.5 in country ranger and hermosa sneaker and 9 in chukka and guide Maine. Mostly because the last two one are my winter shoes..
Thanks Mistral for your very detailed answer! Will the difference in weight (14.7 vs. 15.7) matter fading-wise? I´m not too keen on the battle stripes and prefer a clean look..
Last week I had the chance to try 2 different Momotaro Jeans (The G007 and the 0705SP) and some Japan Blue ones in person:   I am pretty sure now about my correct size (sized up by one in Momotaro, stayed with my usual size in JB).   But although this has been discussed here many time, I still have some questions:   - what is the difference between old blue (G007) and deep blue (G017) indigo? - is the fit exactly the same comparing 0705SP and ER007? - is the indigo...
 Canadian, ey? Very funny to see the TD customer toilet posting in the background..Are you in TO? Where do you buy NC in TO?Cheers!PS: used to live a couple years in Toronto..
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