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post #106 of 1912
Wow, thanks for the pics. This just went from 'tempting' to 'definite cop' status. I wish there were pics of the oiled black though.
post #107 of 1912
Cesars are really nice. I got a pair in a distressed reddish brown. Very different style, nice and slim, goes great with skinny cut jeans.
post #108 of 1912
Blynch- the brown w+h u have was closer to oiled tan Brown or distressed brown when you got them?
post #109 of 1912
G0079, please post some close-ups of the distressed brown if you have the chance. Thanks!
post #110 of 1912
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Originally Posted by BlackToothedGrin View Post
G0079, please post some close-ups of the distressed brown if you have the chance. Thanks!

+1, I would also like to know.
post #111 of 1912
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Originally Posted by Hab View Post
So i never post here but I feel like I should contribute to this by showing people my boots i got straight from dayton. I got charcoal nubuck. Ive had them since christmas. Just bend them a bit they look identical to the W+H
Thanks for posting the nubuck. Happy I ordered them. Hope I got my size right. Can you u comment on the durability of them?
post #112 of 1912
Thanks for that pic Hab.

I'm really glad I decided to switch last second to the charcoal nubuck.

It's a shame I have brown boots already too....
post #113 of 1912
Guys,

I hope all those who have tried out and made your purchase over at the store would be able to list down the size in comparison to other brands/types of shoes you have so that it would come to aid for those(like me) whom are purchasing them through the use of the measurement guide on Dayton's site.
post #114 of 1912
if you use the measuring guide online, then Dayton will custom fit the boot for you.
post #115 of 1912
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Originally Posted by blazingazn View Post
if you use the measuring guide online, then Dayton will custom fit the boot for you.

It's not a bespoke/mtm boot. The measurements are just to compare to the last to help determine your size. When I bought mine, the lady told me the last only came in one width, E. Correct me if I'm wrong.
post #116 of 1912
seems like i misunderstood in that case...
post #117 of 1912
^That will be great actually. Would be quite accurate i guess. Thanks.
post #118 of 1912
Just a quick heads up for people interested in the black oil tan variation: "In answer to your question, there has not been a black oil tan version of a Dayton & W&H service boot. However the black oil tan is one of the original leathers we have used on Dayton service boots and work boots for decades. The black oil tan we use is not a pebbled grain. If you look at several Of our boots on line e.g. Rebel, Confederate, Rider, that is the more matte Black oil tan finish you would get in the Dayton service boot." Quoted from a helpful representative at Dayton.
post #119 of 1912
Now I'm glad I went with the black oil tan (really love the brown but have way too many brown boots already). I don't care much for pebble grain leather, so that's all good news to me.


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Originally Posted by wannabeagiant View Post
It's not a bespoke/mtm boot. The measurements are just to compare to the last to help determine your size. When I bought mine, the lady told me the last only came in one width, E. Correct me if I'm wrong.

I ordered EE. They told me D, E, and EE were available.
post #120 of 1912
I just got my feet measurements done. Probably will mail them later and see what they come up with according to those figures. I am not surprised that Dayton is expanding its options. Initial leather options were limited to 2 and the width was just E. .
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