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post #1216 of 1228
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Where can I see the size chart for Color 8 Dainite Sole Trench Boot?

There is no size chart. It's TTS for most people or half size down for others.
post #1217 of 1228

wonsmithr8, I'm sorry - what is TTS?

post #1218 of 1228
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wonsmithr8, I'm sorry - what is TTS?

True to size (based on brannock device)
post #1219 of 1228

Any chance at all that you guys will bring back this amazing Boat Sole Beef Roll Penny Loafer?  

 

http://www.lyonstate.com/collections/oak-street-bootmakers/products/oak-street-boat-sole-penny-loafer

 

 

 

I so desperately want a pair.  I have a pair of the Sperry Made in Maine similar version, but would greatly prefer an OSB version!

post #1220 of 1228

I'm sure you could email them about a custom order

post #1221 of 1228
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I so desperately want a pair.  I have a pair of the Sperry Made in Maine similar version, but would greatly prefer an OSB version!

 

The Sperry Made in Maine line is made in the same factory as OSB handsewns, so you'd basically be getting the same exact shoe just branded differently

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The Sperry Made in Maine line is made in the same factory as OSB handsewns, so you'd basically be getting the same exact shoe just branded differently

 

Which would be perfect (except that the Sperry MiM boat shoe was sold for less, but that's beside the point).  Maybe I'll look into how much a custom order with OSB is.

post #1223 of 1228

How much heel slip should there be with the vibram trail oxfords? Just received a 7.5 and have a slight heel slip. I'm afraid that over time it might get too loose but at the same time the sides are slightly snug (with socks).

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Love a good loafer.  Simple and classy. Very nice!

post #1226 of 1228

hi guys,

 

I'm a newbie here to the forum, so please bear with me :)

 

Before I put myself into the wonderful world of boots, I just wanna ask your opinion on which colorway is the best in regards to the OSB Camp Boot, Brown or Natural? and why?

 

And btw, the only pair of boots that I have is the Clarks Desert Boots in Beeswax.   

 

Thanks,
James

post #1227 of 1228
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Originally Posted by thebighit View Post
 

hi guys,

 

I'm a newbie here to the forum, so please bear with me :)

 

Before I put myself into the wonderful world of boots, I just wanna ask your opinion on which colorway is the best in regards to the OSB Camp Boot, Brown or Natural? and why?

 

And btw, the only pair of boots that I have is the Clarks Desert Boots in Beeswax.   

 

Thanks,
James


Welcome James. The best advice I can give you is to get what you like best, not what someone tells you they like best. Whichever one you see and you get more excited over is the one you should buy. I dont own the Camp Boot but If I was buying one tomorrow I would buy the natural. Natural CXL is a beautiful leather. It will darken a little over time and I think its a more versatile color but that is completely subjective. It also depends on your daily wardrobe. Both are great and you cant go wrong with either. Best of luck to you and post some pictures when/if you get some!

post #1228 of 1228
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Originally Posted by thebighit View Post
 

hi guys,

 

I'm a newbie here to the forum, so please bear with me :)

 

Before I put myself into the wonderful world of boots, I just wanna ask your opinion on which colorway is the best in regards to the OSB Camp Boot, Brown or Natural? and why?

 

And btw, the only pair of boots that I have is the Clarks Desert Boots in Beeswax.   

 

Thanks,
James

make sure you account for a LOT of stretch in the camp boots. I had to get rid of my pair because I had to start tying them up so tight and they were still flopping around

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