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post #5146 of 6719
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Originally Posted by StarterStyle View Post

I agree with smith for another reason. The per existing crease in his boot is a common signature or a poor quality piece of leather. The way it looks like a paper bag crinkling over pebbles is something to avoid in leather goods.

I believe the term is flaky or flanky or something like that.
Thank you. Glad someone understands what I'm saying.
post #5147 of 6719
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post

I'm done listening to your nonsense. Return them for a refund and no we will not order you another pair.

I'd rather contact wolverine. I'm done dealing with you guys.
post #5148 of 6719
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Originally Posted by smith899 View Post

I'd rather contact wolverine. I'm done dealing with you guys.

You were told to return them for a refund but i guess that's not good enough for you. I'm guessing you aren't going to like what W tells you to do but oh well.
post #5149 of 6719
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post

You were told to return them for a refund but i guess that's not good enough for you. I'm guessing you aren't going to like what W tells you to do but oh well.

I can't return them to you guys. I wore them out for a night, so they aren't new anymore. The left boot has constantly gotten worse the more I have worn it (which has been one night out and just around my house). The creases have consistently gotten worse in that left boot, and the top creases feel significantly thinner now. Again, I understand boots crease. I have worn them all my life. However, this left boot just doesn't seem or feel right.
Edited by smith899 - 1/26/14 at 10:04pm
post #5150 of 6719
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Originally Posted by smith899 View Post

I can't return them to you guys! I wore them out for a night, so they aren't new anymore. The left boot has constantly gotten worse the more I have worn it (which has been one night out and just around my house). The creases have consistently gotten worse in that left boot, and the top creases feel significantly thinner now. Again, I understand boots crease. I have worn them all my life. However, this left boot just doesn't seem or feel right.

Wolverine is going to tell you to return them to us. We'll turn them in for "warranty" credit and refund your money but that's as far as it's going to go.
post #5151 of 6719
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post

Wolverine is going to tell you to return them to us. We'll turn them in for "warranty" credit and refund your money but that's as far as it's going to go.

So I will get a full refund even though I wore them out one night?
post #5152 of 6719
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Originally Posted by smith899 View Post

So I will get a full refund even though I wore them out one night?

Yes.
post #5153 of 6719
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post
 

Boot crease guy.

 

Return the boots. Ask for another pair that have never been tried on. Make that a special note in the email. Use many exclamation points.

 

Upon receiving carefully remove from box and instagram the shit out of them, Replace and put away in safe place. Take Moto X to bars and impress ladies with pristine boot shots. Go home alone. Look at boots. Weep quietly. Masturbate. Fall asleep.

 

Wake up the next morning and decide that maybe it's time for a change. Put boots on - this is important - don't look at them. Go outside. Walk until you're tired. Find the oldest guy you can and invite him to lunch. Ask him the story of his life - what he dreamed of as a young man, his first love, his best fuck (if you feel that would be cool), greatest regret, the battles he fought, the ones that got away. Listen. Look at his hands as he talks, the way they're still alive with memory. Thank him for his time. Pick up the tab.

 

Go home. Take boots off and look at them. Realize that nobody gives a fuck about what your boots look like. They may, however, be interested in what you did in them. The way, I hope, you were interested in what this old guy had to say.

 

Give boots a quick horsehair brush (I do). Put away. Go to bed. Masturbate. Sleep.

 

Dream.

 

lefty

 

Amen.

 

How is this Crane's fault anyway? Isn't Wolverine the company that makes the shoes?

post #5154 of 6719
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Originally Posted by katabatic View Post

This thread never creases to amaze me. 

Fixed that for you.
post #5155 of 6719
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Originally Posted by cthip View Post


Fixed that for you.

 

:slayer:

post #5156 of 6719
Danner has a heritage line they call Stumptown which we will be carrying. I personally like how they marketed them. It's right in line with what they are known for. Wolverine should have marketed their heritage line along the same lines instead of soft marketing them.

post #5157 of 6719
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post

Wolverine is going to tell you to return them to us. We'll turn them in for "warranty" credit and refund your money but that's as far as it's going to go.

Crane I am not trying to argue with you because I know you know a hell of a lot more about boots than I do. However, I dont just want my money back. I really like these boots. I just want to make sure my pair is fine.



Here is an image from an owner that posted his boots in this thread. Everyone was telling him that the creasing was excessive, and he should get a new boot from wolverine. Do you agree with that? The creases on my left boot are starting to look that bad. Again, I am bringing this up because I don't simply want my money back. This is the most I have spent on any piece of clothing. I just want to make sire I got a sufficient pair.
post #5158 of 6719
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Originally Posted by smith899 View Post


Crane I am not trying to argue with you because I know you know a hell of a lot more about boots than I do. However, I dont just want my money back. I really like these boots. I just want to make sure my pair is fine.
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Here is an image from an owner that posted his boots in this thread. Everyone was telling him that the creasing was excessive, and he should get a new boot from wolverine. Do you agree with that? The creases on my left boot are starting to look that bad. Again, I am bringing this up because I don't simply want my money back. This is the most I have spent on any piece of clothing. I just want to make sire I got a sufficient pair.

 

If you intend to assert that your creasing is more pronounced than the example above, please post new pictures. If the wrinkling is spreading to other areas, it could be a sizing issue.

post #5159 of 6719

Wow, this thread is embarrassing all around. smith899, the creasing is excessive, and indicative of a weak piece of leather. Just return them to Crane's and buy from Nordstrom's or another retailer where you can return hassle-free if you get a bad pair.

 

Crane's, you should be ashamed for being such an ass to a customer. 

post #5160 of 6719
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Originally Posted by anrobit View Post


Crane's, you should be ashamed for being such an ass to a customer. 

Jesus
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