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Deal Time Wolverine 1000 Mile boots. I'll be looking at inventory numbers and adding/expanding sizes and models to this deal later today. The code is the word SUNNY20 It should be pretty easy to figure out how much off... If you don't see the size or model on the site call the store for availability. The deal will work on call in orders too when you mention the code. This deal will run for 72 hours. http://cranesboots.com/store/products/
Crepuscular rays. Love 'em. Trini, that looks like a helluva tripod. I'm trying to find something similar but I need something with a self leveling center column for fast setups on lousy terrain.
You don't know what I'm going to say.I can't make heads or tails either. I'm not even sure what I'm looking at.
What's your Brannock measurements?
You shouldn't assume that. Read the article I wrote about how to get sizing right with these boots.http://cranesboots.com/getting-right-size/
I think it's the other way around a lot of times.
I reduced the price of those waxed cotton and CXL messengers that Wolverine makes. I'm sick of looking at them. LOL! Regularly about 400 bucks now 225.
I don't have it in stock and the leather description is lacking. I would guess the leather is a full grain oil/wax finished leather that's been tumbled a while for effect. I like how it looks other than it's black which is a color I don't like.No, just lay it over the top. I don't think it reduces the size but it does decrease the volume of the boot a bit.From what you;re saying it sounds like you are new to work boots. If you wear shoes all the time it takes getting used...
The real question that needs to be asked is what is your measured size with the socks you prefer to wear. It sounds like you sized down a whole size and that places your foot further into the toe box which does taper down. This in a nutshell could be your entire problem with the boots seeming to be narrow.
No it isn't.
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