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post #2266 of 5515
I try to justify that with the shell shortage I have spent less dollars... I hang my head in shame LOL
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Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

I'm afraid 6
Beef roll Caramel shell
Pinch penny espresso shell
Color 8 cxl boat
Tab Bulldog boat
And the two new rangers cxl natty and navy

I am done for awhile

How long did it take for the caramel shell pennies? They are on my short list
post #2268 of 5515
About 4 weeks after some wear really turned out nice. Very nice shoe that's work with lots of my needs.
Worn them sock less with shorts, dressed up a pair of linen pants while we vacationed on the beach, and with casual slacks and sports coat for casual Fridays at the office.
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Originally Posted by mikeharo View Post

How long did it take for the caramel shell pennies? They are on my short list[/quo

About 4 weeks after some wear really turned out nice. Very nice shoe that's work with lots of my needs.
Worn them sock less with shorts, dressed up a pair of linen pants while we vacationed on the beach, and with casual slacks and sports coat for casual Fridays at the office.
post #2269 of 5515
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Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

About 4 weeks after some wear really turned out nice. Very nice shoe that's work with lots of my needs.
Worn them sock less with shorts, dressed up a pair of linen pants while we vacationed on the beach, and with casual slacks and sports coat for casual Fridays at the office.
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Originally Posted by mikeharo View Post

How long did it take for the caramel shell pennies? They are on my short list

About 4 weeks after some wear really turned out nice. Very nice shoe that's work with lots of my needs.
Worn them sock less with shorts, dressed up a pair of linen pants while we vacationed on the beach, and with casual slacks and sports coat for casual Fridays at the office.

Sorry, I didn't ask the right question. How long did it take from order to receiving the shoes? I know the Rancourt site says about 2 weeks. I am wondering if that is accurate turn around time.
post #2270 of 5515
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Originally Posted by mikeharo View Post

Sorry, I didn't ask the right question. How long did it take from order to receiving the shoes? I know the Rancourt site says about 2 weeks. I am wondering if that is accurate turn around time.


No I understand the question it took 4 weeks to deliver
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We commissioned some belts - they're yours for $120 a pop. first two will be "classics" (we're doing blue instead of black) and the set of 3 are to pair with our upcoming footwear run. Figured I'd give you guys a teaser.

the backside of the belt is natural veg tan leather that will darken and soften up with age.

shoes coming in mid may as our first unique "off the racks" buy from them.
post #2272 of 5515
michael haines did you size the same for all your shoes including cordovan? i know cordovan tends not to stretch as much and not be as forgiving
post #2273 of 5515
Portland Dry Goods, is the blue belt made of navy Bulldog or navy CXL?
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We commissioned some belts - they're yours for $120 a pop. first two will be "classics" (we're doing blue instead of black) and the set of 3 are to pair with our upcoming footwear run. Figured I'd give you guys a teaser.

the backside of the belt is natural veg tan leather that will darken and soften up with age.

shoes coming in mid may as our first unique "off the racks" buy from them.

I am pretty much a 11e always except in alden trubalance. The one strange thing is I got both penny shells in 11e but the espresso is lined and noticeable looser. I assum it's due to not being able to last right enough. With that said all for and feel great.
post #2275 of 5515
Sorry commented on wrong post meant to on randomkoremdude
post #2276 of 5515
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Portland Dry Goods, is the blue belt made of navy Bulldog or navy CXL?

Parisian Blue CXL, its more vibrant than the navy.
post #2277 of 5515
First fit pic on here... really liking my Beef Roll Pennys for CM

post #2278 of 5515
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First fit pic on here... really liking my Beef Roll Pennys for CM




Looking good
post #2279 of 5515
Ok, guys, I'm finally going to pull the trigger. I want a ranger moc with RLH. My inclination is to go with the carolina brown cxl and a black or honey RLH. But any votes for the #8? It looks great in many pics, but some comment on its purplish tones.... is there a strong consensus on RLH colors?

My goal is a casual shoe for jeans or shorts (with no-show socks) that would nonetheless be ok with chinos and a nice shirt.
post #2280 of 5515

My vote would be brown CXL with Honey RLH for maximum versatility 

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