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post #91 of 108
Does Quoddy or Yuketen make size 6UK as well? :-/
post #92 of 108
Originally Posted by Roman_empire View Post
Does Quoddy or Yuketen make size 6UK as well? :-/

yes, i think. it is unlikely you will find a quoddy and especially yuketen stocklist that goes that small, most start +/- 8 or 9 US. i would contact quoddy to make sure they can do something in that size and order directly from them.
post #93 of 108
Originally Posted by JRS1979 View Post
Quick question - can anyone confirm how the Deck Chukka with Vibram sole fits? Thanks.

You can get them in varying widths on the Quoddy.com store.
post #94 of 108
Originally Posted by JRS1979 View Post
Quick question - can anyone confirm how the Deck Chukka with Vibram sole fits? Thanks.

Thanks jrd617 - the ones I'm looking at are a standard D width, so my only issue is length wise really. I take it they aren't over-sized in the same way that, say, Redwings are for example?
post #95 of 108
Would any of the Quoddy slip-ons like the Dawson, Grizzly, or River Driver make a good house moccasin?

I'm essentially looking for a pair of slippers or moccasins to wear only in the house.

Considering quoddy because I wear the blucher mocs and boat shoes and know my sizing.
post #96 of 108
O'Connell's recently increased the price of the Quoddy Trail Boat Penny Loafer from $195 to $210.
post #97 of 108
Which sole looks better? versus Does one looks classier than the other? more hipster-ery?
post #98 of 108
it depends man

if you're going to be wearing them primarily with long pants, like jeans, then the dark soul. If you would wear them with shorts, then white soles. I don't like white soles with long pants unless the entire shoe is white personally.
post #99 of 108
post #100 of 108
The white soles are class. But how long can you keep them whiter? The black is more practical.
post #101 of 108
Thanks boys...I think I'll shoot for the white soles then, even with the black chukka. The one on the left below has the same look, I think...but those are classic boats, not chukkas.
post #102 of 108
For black deck chukkas, which sole is better? This one: or this one:
post #103 of 108
yeah need me some quoddies...
post #104 of 108
Kind of a bizarre question, but is it possible to safely remove the lining from a lined Maliseet oxford? I actually prefer their mocs unlined (really not fond at all of the lining despite the additional cost) but have a chance to pick up a lined pair at a good price. Would removing the lining or even having a cobbler remove it be a reasonably safe operation, or pure folly?
post #105 of 108
Yes boys, my new custom-made pair of Quoddy chukkas arrived Monday. Have worn them twice so far...including for 12 hours today--first to work for Casual Friday...then pounding the downtown pavements for 3 hours while Christmas shopping.... They are among the most comfortable shoes I have ever worn....I love the manila leather lining, although the smell of warm Manila leather is a bit fish-like in my opinion...I wore them with warm cashmere socks....perfection for comfort. My only beef is the honey-hued camp sole is a bit too low.....but I love the "feel the ground beneath your feet" feeling when wearing these bad boys....
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