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post #1891 of 1913
People still want to buy these pieces of shit? I had expected people to be hunting for the actual W+H collab.
post #1892 of 1913
^ is reading not really your thing or...
post #1893 of 1913
People are still discussing the non collabos and asking about sizing. That would lead me to believe that people still want to buy these things when they aren't defective.
post #1894 of 1913
Service boots are $500 now?! Did they just go up again?
post #1895 of 1913
yup ... they launched their new site and cranked up the prices ... i wish them the best of luck
post #1896 of 1913
Do you know what they used to be? Just seems like a lot of money for dayton's... they're closely treading on viberg territory at that price point.
post #1897 of 1913
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Do you know what they used to be? Just seems like a lot of money for dayton's... they're closely treading on viberg territory at that price point.

I think around $400. I order mine on the most recent sale, on Valentine's Day. I was told eight weeks, but now it's been pushed back another three-to-four. We'll see how it compares to the Vibergs I had once they come. Andrew's been great to deal with, and pretty knowledgable about boots in general, so I'm hoping there's not a repeat of what happened earlier and was documented in this thread.

post #1898 of 1913
Sorry mate, Andrew screwed up my boots..After 2 years and 3 failures I am finally going to ask for a refund
post #1899 of 1913
Damn. I really want a pair but their whole operation seems like a total cluster fuck. Any good alternatives?
post #1900 of 1913
Sucks to hear ceoceo. I've still got a pair they effed up I'm planning on walking in when I move to Vancouver sometime this summer. We'll see, I keep telling myself actually being there in person will make a difference ha.
post #1901 of 1913
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Originally Posted by ceoceo View Post

Sorry mate, Andrew screwed up my boots..After 2 years and 3 failures I am finally going to ask for a refund

What was the third failure? 

post #1902 of 1913
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Damn. I really want a pair but their whole operation seems like a total cluster fuck. Any good alternatives?

White's are a very different look but kick Daytons up and down the block so far as build quality and comfort.
post #1903 of 1913
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What was the third failure? 

As opposed to the first and second? rotflmao.gif
post #1904 of 1913
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post


As opposed to the first and second? rotflmao.gif

I already heard about the first and second.

post #1905 of 1913
There was a problem with the last of the left boot that was causing blisters on my left heel after months of wearing them. The cobbler said the problem could be solved only if the shoes were re-lasted. I sent them back to the factory, chalked the spot with the problem with a letter that stated the problem and told them specifically not to stretch them. Guess what, after a month I get a phone call telling me that they have stretched the left boot. I tell them that's not the problem as I have repeatedly stated over the phone and on e mail. Another month passes and I get the boots back. Re-lasted boot. Nice. Except.. the left foot is stretched noticeably. Left and right don't even look the same anymore. The left foot now not only is roomy, it looks swollen.
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