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post #946 of 1917
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Originally Posted by binauralbeats View Post

Wow, crazy they even shipped those out to you. What size are they?
Other people have complained of quality issues too. I noticed on one of the earlier pairs posted that the eyelet spacing was real sloppy.
Dayton's size 6.. I would take one sloppy eyelet problelm over the pair I got any day.
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those pics made my day
Your welcome:D
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Originally Posted by lxh View Post

No, I don't think they cover the shipping back unless you received a mangled carcass of a boot like Qpax. I'm going to assume they'll cover the shipping when they send the new boots. I'm not too worried about the cost though because I'm sending within Canada.

Shipping back to them is covered if they made a mistake on your boots, this was confirmed to me at the time of ordering.

FYI because of the massive influx orders from SF, Dayton had to bring in extra shoe makers to complete these orders.
post #947 of 1917
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Originally Posted by Qpax View Post


FYI because of the massive influx orders from SF, Dayton had to bring in extra shoe makers to complete these orders.
I hope Dayton paid them more than $.50 per hour and did not slap those workers wit boots and call them pigs.
But then, looking at your boots....
post #948 of 1917
Someone should post some fit pics...how do you guys wear them?
post #949 of 1917
Didn't get a tracking number so I am assuming that they didn't ship mine as promised. At this point, I am going to give them till Wed and try again. I'm starting to loose my patience as it's taken twice as long for them to ship as they originally told me.
post #950 of 1917
I called Dayton and asked them to set my boots aside and finish them only after the SF rush was over, and only when the best materials and craftsmen were available.

You must be the same people who order custom, made-to-measure leather jackets from TOJ and then start harassing Drew for shipping dates and tracking numbers after a couple of weeks.

If you want a pair of boots yesterday, 1) cancel your order, 2) get a refund and 3) eBay some Butteros. Everyone involved will be much happier.
post #951 of 1917
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Originally Posted by Islander View Post

I called Dayton and asked them to set my boots aside and finish them only after the SF rush was over, and only when the best materials and craftsmen were available.

You must be the same people who order custom, made-to-measure leather jackets from TOJ and then start harassing Drew for shipping dates and tracking numbers after a couple of weeks.

If you want a pair of boots yesterday, 1) cancel your order, 2) get a refund and 3) eBay some Butteros. Everyone involved will be much happier.

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When I ordered mine, I was told 5 to 6 weeks. It's been well past that. I called for my first update three weeks ago and was promised they would ship within a week and a half. I called again this week and was promised within two days. This is not at all like your example of TOJ and is a matter of broken promises. I wouldn't mind it taking this long if they had done a better job of managing expectations and originally set more realistic shipping dates.
post #952 of 1917
Cancel your order.
post #953 of 1917
Yeah I'm going to exchange mine. I called and Michelle said she will call me back when she gets the details of what I ordered. At this point I don't see them till probably FALL. It sucks, but I rather have them do it correctly and not rushing.
post #954 of 1917
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Originally Posted by Islander View Post

I called Dayton and asked them to set my boots aside and finish them only after the SF rush was over, and only when the best materials and craftsmen were available.

You must be the same people who order custom, made-to-measure leather jackets from TOJ and then start harassing Drew for shipping dates and tracking numbers after a couple of weeks.

If you want a pair of boots yesterday, 1) cancel your order, 2) get a refund and 3) eBay some Butteros. Everyone involved will be much happier.

It's not just about being impatient. This outcome is hardly the fault of people who were charged months ago. You shouldn't have to ASK Dayton not to ship out a half-assed product. They should know how to run their company, pay workers, give accurate dates and not bullshit customers that have already been charged.

Those frankenboot pics are shameful. I'd be embarrassed if I worked for a company shipping that product. The whole reason to go with a smaller company is for quality of construction and a personal touch. If the product isn't worth waiting for, then I don't think Dayton will get these orders again.
post #955 of 1917

you guys are bitching about the boots...........you people bugged them and bugged them, causing the staff to bug the shoemakers and the product was rushed and it shows. thats your fault

post #956 of 1917
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edit: congratulations on your first post!

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Originally Posted by Islander View Post

You must be the same people who order custom, made-to-measure leather jackets from TOJ and then start harassing Drew for shipping dates and tracking numbers after a couple of weeks.

Well as for TOJ, I don't recall Drew not meeting deadline, if not finishing earlier (at least for my case)
post #957 of 1917
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Originally Posted by jaja View Post

you guys are bitching about the boots...........you people bugged them and bugged them, causing the staff to bug the shoemakers and the product was rushed and it shows. thats your fault


Look at the eyelets on this pair that was not even part of the "rushed production". They are just plain sloppy whether rushed or not.

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post #958 of 1917
Some of you guys make it seem like Dayton is doing a favor to it's customers for delivering a non-defective product in a reasonable time frame.
post #959 of 1917

wings - horns sells them for 799.00 how did you pay for them again?

post #960 of 1917
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Originally Posted by Islander View Post

I called Dayton and asked them to set my boots aside and finish them only after the SF rush was over, and only when the best materials and craftsmen were available.

You must be the same people who order custom, made-to-measure leather jackets from TOJ and then start harassing Drew for shipping dates and tracking numbers after a couple of weeks.

If you want a pair of boots yesterday, 1) cancel your order, 2) get a refund and 3) eBay some Butteros. Everyone involved will be much happier.

good call
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