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post #61 of 87
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Well so far I haven't seen any pics of the tan Addisons with some wear on them. We've sold enough of them over the last 6 months so someone should be able to come up with a few pics. The thread over on Streetwear is where you'll most likely get someone to post pics of some beat on Addisons.

Maybe you can find a way to get your customers to send in shots. Sort of, submit your pics and we'll enter you into a lottery for free boots.

Thanks for the tip about posting on the Streetwear thread.
post #62 of 87
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From us.

Yup, from Crane's. Big thumbs up to these guys from me. They special ordered them and it took about a week and a half for them to arrive. Also the best price I could find anywhere.
post #63 of 87
[quote=Mercuryman76;4185048]Just got my tan Addy's from Crane's. Haven't had the chance to wear them yet, but snapped some pics. Wanted to make sure I caught the embossed sole before it gets torn the eff back. Looking forward to breaking these in and beating them up. I sized down a half size in these and am glad I did.




Hot damn! Those are some handsome boots. I'll try to get some pics up of mine after a month and a half of wear. Been SO lazy!
post #64 of 87
This is my first post after long-time lurking on this site. Thanks to this site I bought a pair of Addison boots (in brown) from Revolve Clothing and got my new customer discount. I am in Toronto and Due West Next Door is selling these for $475 CDN. Revolve charged me $245 USD plus shipping. An easy $150 savings. Quick delivery from Revolve and a great deal.

The boots arrived last night and are a perfect fit. I sized down a half size on the recommendations from other users and they were bang on. Out of the box the boots are easy to wear and seem like they will break in quickly and easily. The oil pull brown is beautiful and the boots are well made.

Thank you guys for helping a lurker find a great new pair of boots.
post #65 of 87
^^I went and checked this out. Revolve has the Rockford for $325 (same price as Leffot) and the Addison for $350. Did you have to sign up first to get the discount? Was it a percentage?

Also, what did you end up paying in transport and duty costs?
post #66 of 87
Sign up and then email or livechat to customer service once you've placed the order who will grant you the 30% off. They do free shipping internationally.
post #67 of 87
^^^ Thanks.
post #68 of 87
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Originally Posted by Cant kill da Rooster View Post
^^I went and checked this out. Revolve has the Rockford for $325 (same price as Leffot) and the Addison for $350. Did you have to sign up first to get the discount? Was it a percentage?

Also, what did you end up paying in transport and duty costs?

I just looked for the Rockford @ Revolve and came up empty? You sure they got it?
post #69 of 87
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OK I don't have a pic of the Addisons broken in. There's been some talk on this thread about having Dainite soles installed on them. Well, here's my year and half old original 1Ks resoled commando style. Leather sole, stacked leather heel, vibram lugged heel plate and a vibram Raptor half sole.

Are the half soles glued on? My cobbler just glued on some half soles and I was wondering if this is the best way to put them on. Can they be stitched on?
post #70 of 87
Mine are up for sale, size 10, i sized down too much like a moron.
post #71 of 87
If I already have the RedWing GT in Cherry, would these (Tan) be redundant? I'm looking for a boot that's slightly more refined than the GT, but not quite as refined as my Aldens. Anyone have both?
post #72 of 87

Anyone have photos of the two tone (brown and tan) Addison?  I'm trying to decide between that and the all-over brown.

post #73 of 87

Wow, I was really hoping to be able to post some pics of the two-tone Addison's I decided on by now but Wolverine (at least according to On the Fly) has yet to ship most of their fall stuff yet.  I'm close to two months waiting now.

post #74 of 87
Tried on the Addison in brown yesterday and loved them. The stitching is more subtle on the brown chromexcel. Down a half size worked for me. Now to hunt down a size 11 for less than the $375 I saw them for.
post #75 of 87

I think Revolve had them at 350 and maybe On the Fly, too.

 

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