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If I remember correctly the Smith's comes in 40/60 and 70/30 wool/mohair ratios. I have the 40/60 and it has a little less give than wool but is still very comfortable.
Have you looked at the Smith Woolens mohair? Wears very cool. Looks crisp all day. A bit of sheen but not too much.
Reselling my (unworn) pair if anyone is interested. Didn't get the size right. 10.5 UK
Beautiful chukkas, but didn't get my size right so letting them go. 10.5 UK. New, unworn. $525 shipped CONUS, a $50 discount Price drop, now $475 now $425 shipped CONUS. $100 $ 150 discount on these very nice boots. A great deal. Will ship elsewhere but buyer pays shipping.
Question for those who have the Oak Tarnsjo chukkas: how much give does the leather have? I've just received mine (was out of country) and the right one is a bit tight. Should I expect these to stretch much on wearing?
Question for those who have the Oak Tarnsjo chukkas: how much give does the leather have? I've just received mine (was out of country) and the right one is a bit tight. Should I expect these to stretch much on wearing?
Still available. I've worn them once so am dropping the price to $275. Pics below show current condition. Here is the outside edge of the heel, the only area showing any visible wear. Here is the very back of the heel. Here's the sole. Writing inside shoe (camera would only focus on the top edge of the boot) Outside
Plain turpentine works well. I've used it on all my crust leather shoes.
I don't and I'm out of town but will take one when I'm home. It's definitely brown, maybe a shade darker than chocolate. Not at all grey.
Got this one from the 5 Fold Outlet ties. It's very versatile:http://www.patriziocappelli.it/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=62&products_id=1599
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