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Guys I'm sorry via iPhone I can't get it to allow me to load multi pictures.

The sole stitching seems way back A compared to online photos
post #1907 of 5319
On last pick and it might be me just overly looking at shoe but a strange black mark


Does really bother me so not a deal breaker
post #1908 of 5319
Congratulations on those beefrolls. I think that black mark is just part of the joy of light colored shell. Glad to hear you are OK with it. Wear, enjoy, and let us see some photos once the shell ages a bit.
post #1909 of 5319
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Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

On last pick and it might be me just overly looking at shoe but a strange black mark


Does really bother me so not a deal breaker

That color shell is going to darken considerably and you will see a lot of black come through all over the shoe, so the mark already there will blend in nicely.... 

post #1910 of 5319
I think we should just call it what it is: a flaw in the leather.
post #1911 of 5319
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

I think we should just call it what it is: a flaw in the leather.


Doesn't look like a flaw to me. In fact I think if he wiped them down with some Venetian Cream with a cotton cloth it would come off.

post #1912 of 5319
I did just that with tiny bit of venetian cream though not completely gone its hardly noticeable and I simple love the loafer. Can't wait for my espresso one. I did that one just like the Navy pinch that was on the Facebook page.
post #1913 of 5319
How do you like the caramel color in person?
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Anyone know if Rancourt changed their email addresses?  I tried emailing Taryn today and it bounced back.  Then I tried emailing Jordan and the same thing happened (rejected by the server for the recipient domain) first initial, last name @ rancourtshoes.com  Isn't that right?

 rancourtshoes.com by rancourtshoes.com.

post #1915 of 5319
That is correct but I believe Katie is who runs Customer Service now
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I been talking to Katie to via email

 

kgrise@rancourtshoes.com

 

 

 

I like the color of caramel but it is a very casual color which is perfect for there intended use.

post #1917 of 5319
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

That is correct but I believe Katie is who runs Customer Service now

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

I been talking to Katie to via email

 

kgrise@rancourtshoes.com

 

 

 

I like the color of caramel but it is a very casual color which is perfect for there intended use.

Thanks Gents.  Turns out it is because the pics I sent are too large!

 

Kind of annoying that as soon as someone starts to know what they are talking about, they assign someone new to customer service.

post #1918 of 5319

Gilt has Eastland Made in Maine (by Rancourt) on sale for 40-50% off

 

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If you need a Gilt invite you can use mine 

 

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post #1919 of 5319
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Originally Posted by jah786 View Post

This is my favorite picture of a shell shoe by Rancourt thus far, from their Facebook/instagram page.  Looks really good.  I like the clean lines of this shoe more than the beef roll.  Don't know if this is considered pinch penny or not. My debate is color.  Caramel or Espresso.  For me, navy is too casual to spend that kind of money.  Can't wear anything but a grey suit with navy shoes and even then it's a bit of a statement.  I wish Rancourt had more pictures on their site of different combinations.  

 

 

 

Does Rancourt make Sid Mashburn's made in Maine shoes?  Any one know?  Anyone have a pair?  I think the higher vamp would be a good thing for my foot, but would really like to try a pair first.  


I was wondering the same thing.  Any thoughts on Navy shell for work settings?  Maybe some pictures to share?

post #1920 of 5319
Got my Brown CXL beef roll loafers. Very comfortable. A bit of slippage in the right foot, but the left fits perfectly. I don’t think it’s worth swapping for the smaller size.

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