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Brett Viberg replied to my inquiry about the roughout natural cxl service boots:

"Right now you guys would have to order direct. If you want to email me Brett@workboot.com we can talk further regarding this

Thanks"

I'll mail Brett for further information, and also start a post over on the Viberg thread, since this isn't really Rancourt related. If you're interested in the boots, please see Viberg thread.
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Had on my #8 beefrolls this morning (cross post from Epaulet thread), and then ran some errands in my green ranger mocs this afternoon.



post #1218 of 4922
Thanks for sharing the pics. Rust trousers and green ranger mocs in the second photo looks very sharp!
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^That sounds like a good time. All that's missing in the announcement is mention of beer. Just an oversight, I'm sure. Too bad I'm 900 miles away.
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Hey guys. I'm going to do a small family photoshoot in the upcoming weeks.

My Rancourt Ranger Mocs (in brown chromexcel) are probably the nicest pair of footwear I own, and I was wondering what your opinions were if I were to pair them with grey wool trousers and probably a blue or white OCBD.

Too casual? Should I just stick to chinos?
post #1222 of 4922
I took a serious look at Rancourt for the first time today, and though earlier today I dissed beefroll pennys, these caramel shells look pretty tasty for casual wear.
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^^ Saw them at a shop here in Japan and they look even more tasty in person!
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

^That sounds like a good time. All that's missing in the announcement is mention of beer. Just an oversight, I'm sure. Too bad I'm 900 miles away.


Haha, I figured beer was implied; I fliered the town with these and I figured I'd keep the weirdos out by making it sound like we were just going to play with leather for 3 hours. I actually managed to pick up a brew from Lewiston - the same town Rancourt's factories are in a bit north of here. If you guys can get your hands on a sixer of Baxter autumn, I'd wholly recommend it.

heres some photo recap!


We had a pretty solid turnout for the party side of things


Captoe boot in Brown Bulldog - New style in the Blake Construction

The unsung hero of the whole operation, cooking up some bright blue beauties for a private label contract
post #1225 of 4922
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Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post


Captoe boot in Brown Bulldog - New style in the Blake Construction

 

Are these available to buy yet? I'm really interested in picking up a pair.

post #1226 of 4922
I emailed rancourt customer service about a week ago and have so far received no response. Is this typical? Also, what is the consensus on the sizing chart on the website? Is it accurate?
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Originally Posted by K. Nights View Post

I emailed rancourt customer service about a week ago and have so far received no response. Is this typical? Also, what is the consensus on the sizing chart on the website? Is it accurate?

I called them directly. I had to make a number of calls before they answered, but I was able to get thru after about 20 minutes.

 

I never did get a response from my email either.

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Sometimes they take a long time to respond, but they have almost always gotten back to me.  

 

I have never used the sizing chart, but seen 2 people in this thread use it with bad results.  I have only bought one pair so far and went TTS and it was perfect.  I have seen many others in the thread have good results going TTS.

 

 

 

Do the eyelets on that cap toe above look smaller than the eyelets on the blake?

post #1229 of 4922
I also found that my ranger mocs fit exactly true to size, to the extent that the concept of "true to size" means anything with lasted shoes.
post #1230 of 4922
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Originally Posted by K. Nights View Post

I emailed rancourt customer service about a week ago and have so far received no response. Is this typical?

It's typical and pathetic. They shouldn't have an online store.
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