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post #46 of 79
i want the chukka with hunt sole so BAD
post #47 of 79
very nice styles
post #48 of 79
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Originally Posted by inventory web store about Maine Guide Boots
The classic Yuketen fall boot comes in cherise leather with a yellow elk tongue this season. One of the best combinations we've seen, the boot sits perfectly atop the Vibram sole. The leather is tough and offers more than enough protection from the winter elements ahead. — Made in USA Fits true to size
Is it true about "fits TTS"? I thought I need to one size down
post #49 of 79
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Originally Posted by sealucky View Post
Is it true about "fits TTS"? I thought I need to one size down

if you cant try on in person, measure your foot on a brannock device and order that size. if you guess you will likely get it wrong

if you have a low-instep you may want to go down a half-size...other then that, order your measured foot size.
post #50 of 79
Whatever123 knows of my sizing history with these. In E width I have to go down a half size. For reference, I measure 8.7 in my right foot and just at 9 on my left. I'm technically a "9" on a Brannock and wear a 9 in most shoes, but I wear an 8.5 E and they fit perfectly in the Angler Moc - however, an 8 (full size down) is too small.

I'd recommend sizing down a half size, but other people have different experiences. Definitely use a Brannock, though. If you normally wear sneakers, for example, you might mistakenly think your foot size is a half size larger than it is.

Hope this helps. From my experience size down half, but also know your widths. If you size down half in D width they might end up way too narrow.
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post #51 of 79
thank you guys
post #52 of 79
dec 21 winter equinox
post #53 of 79
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dec 21 winter equinox

cool, thanks!
post #54 of 79
Selling: Yuketen Angler Mocs in Suede Size 10E (Wide)

Fits large. Large on the width. If interested, let me know.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...#ht_500wt_1112

James
post #55 of 79
Anyone knows who produced the Johnson boots? They are made in Canada.
post #56 of 79
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Anyone knows who produced the Johnson boots? They are made in Canada.

yeah, yuketen.

just like the regular yuketens are made in maine.
post #57 of 79
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Originally Posted by whatever123 View Post
yeah, yuketen.

just like the regular yuketens are made in maine.

Yuki uses a few different factories. It's possible it's constructed in Canada somewhere.
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post #58 of 79
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Originally Posted by MSSneaker View Post
Yuki uses a few different factories. It's possible it's constructed in Canada somewhere.

yeah ... i was just being a smartass
post #59 of 79
Has anyone found the toe box on any of this seasons leather footwear to be quite shallow? I have had two pairs of Ranger Mocs from this season, both were very shallow and whilst one pair was replaced (for other reasons too) the second pair were also a little snug in this area. I don't get this with any other brand and don't have big feet - infact they are are a 7.5 and not wide! I'm only asking as I have just taken delivery of some very nice looking maine guide boots and these are also quite shallow. I have some trees in them before I start wearing them to see if the leather will just give a little before wearing them in but I want to avoid the leather being tight across the top of the toes and stretching the leather. you can see what i mean from the pic below - look at the right foot in the main pic and you can see where the leather is shaping to the top of my toes. http://s553.photobucket.com/albums/j...Untitled-2.jpg I have some suede chukkas which are fine and had mocs on crepe from past seasons without this prob. It's kind of putting me off the brand and these are the 5th pair of Yuketens that I have purchased.
post #60 of 79
...actually if you hit next and look at the next picture you can see it even more.
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