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post #166 of 1289
Now available at Zappos:

http://www.zappos.com/product/7664807/color/6

$143.00 free shipping.
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post #167 of 1289
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Originally Posted by Ossington View Post
Hey, I've been looking at the LL Bean Kats and the plain toe Chippewas, both look good. We get hard winters where I live so, none of these would be used in the ice/snow that doesn't seem to be moved very quickly in my area. Do you guys like the Kats/Chips or these others ones I saw from William Lennon in the UK better? With Shipping and the pound being in the toilet, they come out to be about the same price.

http://www.williamlennon.co.uk/footw...war-boots.html

I vote for the Katahdins.
post #168 of 1289
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Originally Posted by akmateo View Post
Now available at Zappos:

http://www.zappos.com/product/7664807/color/6

$143.00 free shipping.

LOL at USA flag on laces. HAHAH.
post #169 of 1289
Bleh, I'm glad Motorsport226 convinced me to get the cap toes, they look better.
post #170 of 1289
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Bleh, I'm glad Motorsport226 convinced me to get the cap toes, they look better.

+1
post #171 of 1289
you can remove those flags, I have several of em from my chippewa boots
post #172 of 1289
i would still get the katahdins. nothing beats the ll bean warranty
post #173 of 1289
I'm not sure how I feel about the sole on those Chippewas.
post #174 of 1289
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Originally Posted by Biggie_Robs View Post
I'm not sure how I feel about the sole on those Chippewas.

If you are talking about the bright orangey line around the sole, that goes away if you actually wear them outside
post #175 of 1289
How do these size in comparison to Timberland boots?
post #176 of 1289
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Originally Posted by otc View Post
If you are talking about the bright orangey line around the sole, that goes away if you actually wear them outside

No, I'm wondering about the tread pattern.
post #177 of 1289
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Originally Posted by Biggie_Robs View Post
No, I'm wondering about the tread pattern.

Ooh that one on zappos has a funny pattern compared to the LL bean ones.

When I first ordered them, my thought was to replace the sole with a commando sole when I first get them resoled...but now that I have had them for a while, I have no complaints and would just get the same sole (the LL bean one...hopefully they don't use that zappos sole when I eventually get them done).
post #178 of 1289
So, the only real difference between the "GQ" Zappo boots and the Katahdins is the cap-toe and the different sole bottom then, yes?
post #179 of 1289
Well, just as a heads-up. The "GQ" boot is also available at Onlineshoes for $140

http://www.onlineshoes.com/mens-chip...che-p_id196563

They are having a 15% off sale through tomorrow. So you can effectively get Katahdins for $120 if you take advantage of that, minus the cap-toe obviously. Just passing the word along.
post #180 of 1289
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Originally Posted by Spaghettimatt View Post
So, the only real difference between the "GQ" Zappo boots and the Katahdins is the cap-toe and the different sole bottom then, yes?

Look closer: Katahdins have speed hooks to the top of the boot, which, to me, makes them far more desirable. I saw those plain toes at Dave's NY yesterday, and they are, well, kind of boring.
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