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MTO Blakes
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Very, very cool. What are your leather choices?
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Navy CXL, the captoe is Natural CXL.

I think they use a heavier weight CXL than Alden. These, even unlined, feel a lot thicker than my Indy boots.
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nice! from the pic I thought they were espresso shell and natural CXL

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nice! from the pic I thought they were espresso shell and natural CXL

I wish!

The navy's pretty dark now, but it looks a bit lighter under sunlight and should get later over time.
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Also wanted to give everyone an idea of the Montello Mini Lug. It's very low profile, but in about a couple week's wearing it's pretty tough to break in.
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Here's a better idea of what they look like under more light. For any wondering, the laces are Mocha and it's a natural midsole:

 

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Here's a better idea of what they look like under more light. For any wondering, the laces are Mocha and it's a natural midsole:

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

A bold color contrast.

Interesting!

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MTO ranger mocs came in today. I'm very happy with the results. Can't wait to break them in.



How did you get that extra piece of leather along the lower part of the shoe? I didn't know that was an option for MTO?
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Thank you! Love the mudguard. I wanted to do something two-tone but not on the upper Rancourt was more than helpful picking something out and they said the mudguard was "no problem".

 

 

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How did you get that extra piece of leather along the lower part of the shoe? I didn't know that was an option for MTO?

 

It may seem too obvious to be the correct answer, but call or email them and ask for it...

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How did you get that extra piece of leather along the lower part of the shoe? I didn't know that was an option for MTO?

 

I emailed with the MTO dept. and asked for it. I knew they could do it, but maybe it's not a widely publicized option. 

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I emailed with the MTO dept. and asked for it. I knew they could do it, but maybe it's not a widely publicized option. 

Damn, I didn't know or my MTO would have that too. Any idea what it's called?
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Damn, I didn't know or my MTO would have that too. Any idea what it's called?

 

They call it a mudguard.

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New shoe day for me. I picked up a pair of the Ranger Mocs in Natural Chromexcel. I tried to adjust the picture to show the true colors, not sure how well I did. These Lactae Hevea soles are awesome, they will be great through the upcoming Boston winter.

 

Can't wait to get these broken in.

 

Here's another pic that I think is more representative of the color.

 

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