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I'm wondering if some more experienced Rancourt customers can help me with sizing:

 

I was able to get a pair of the Ranger Mocs from the CM sale. Used the sizing guide and settled on ordering a 12 and 13. The 12 is slightly on the narrow side when barefoot, and I can definitely feel my foot being squeezed when wearing with socks. However the length on these is fine.

 

Barefoot, my foot just barely fills the width of the 13, but they do feel slightly long (I have a thumbs width between my toe and the end of the shoe). However, there is minimal heel slip. With socks the 13 is perfect. 

 

I'm leaning towards the 13 but I guess my concern is if the 12 will stretch to fit better or the 13 will stretch to be too big. 

 

I also got the suede chukkas in brown (size 12 is perfect in these). I've seen some posts saying that the toe is bulbous, but in my larger size it really is proportional and unnoticeable. I can post pics of the chukkas and a comparison between brown and olive cxl mocs if anyone is interested.

post #5162 of 5502
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Originally Posted by chiggyv View Post
 

I'm wondering if some more experienced Rancourt customers can help me with sizing:

 

I was able to get a pair of the Ranger Mocs from the CM sale. Used the sizing guide and settled on ordering a 12 and 13. The 12 is slightly on the narrow side when barefoot, and I can definitely feel my foot being squeezed when wearing with socks. However the length on these is fine.

 

Barefoot, my foot just barely fills the width of the 13, but they do feel slightly long (I have a thumbs width between my toe and the end of the shoe). However, there is minimal heel slip. With socks the 13 is perfect. 

 

I'm leaning towards the 13 but I guess my concern is if the 12 will stretch to fit better or the 13 will stretch to be too big. 

 

I also got the suede chukkas in brown (size 12 is perfect in these). I've seen some posts saying that the toe is bulbous, but in my larger size it really is proportional and unnoticeable. I can post pics of the chukkas and a comparison between brown and olive cxl mocs if anyone is interested.

What material are the ranger mocs?  If they are CXL, they will stretch to fit, and I'd stay with the smaller size (12)

 

If it is not CXL, and you plan on wearing them with socks, then I would go with the 13s.

 

Is there no 12.5?

post #5163 of 5502

They are CXL, a leather with which I have little experience. I'll wear the 12 around the house and see how they work out. 

 

Unfortunately 12.5 is rare size across all shoe manufacturers, if anyone knows the reason I'd love to hear why.

post #5164 of 5502

The CXL will stretch A LOT.

post #5165 of 5502

That's great news. Thanks for the help.

post #5166 of 5502

Can anyone compare the Clymer 2.0s to the regular Ranger Mocs? I'd love to see a side by side comparison of the two, I'm not sure if id need/want the workboot sole on the Clymer two. Also what are some other noticeable differences of the two?

post #5167 of 5502
Guys,
I'm debating between the brown CXL beef rolls or a a pair in caramel shell. What say ye? Which is more versatile and easier to pair with jeans, khakis, etc. What other color/material would you all recommend? Pics of your beef roll pennys would be great! Thanks!
post #5168 of 5502

Got my PDG Loafers the other day. Great shoes. A shot from them yesterday.

 

 

post #5169 of 5502
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Originally Posted by Calad View Post

Can anyone compare the Clymer 2.0s to the regular Ranger Mocs? I'd love to see a side by side comparison of the two, I'm not sure if id need/want the workboot sole on the Clymer two. Also what are some other noticeable differences of the two?

I recently ordered a pair of Clymer 2.0 navy suede shoes but didn't care for the workboot style sole on the standard one either so I went with the Reltex honey sole. They are scheduled to ship today. Once they do ship and arrive, I'll try and compare them to my Ranger Mocs.
post #5170 of 5502
http://www.rancourtandcompany.com/clymer-2-0.html

the clymer is vented on the inside of the sole, which normally isnt the case with a basic ranger. otherwise you're looking at something kind of like our Ranger mocc - a slight functional twist on the original.

@chickenfark ; looking sharp icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #5171 of 5502
Just an FYI:

The Club Monaco 40% off of sale items is back on through Monday. There are a few Rancourt and Mark McNairy styles in the men's sale section.
post #5172 of 5502
Anyone have a Brooks Bros code for the waxed canvas boat shoes? They look great.
post #5173 of 5502

Does anyone own the boat shoes from Bill's Khakis? Hoping to see some more pictures!

 

http://www.billskhakis.com/the-lewiston-boat-shoe?bk_color_product=1605

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Some Labor Day fun:



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Received my first pair of Rancourts today. Unfortunately, I'm running into an issue with the sole on the penny loafers. It appears as though something went awry with the mold for the sole. Has anyone else experienced a similar issue? I've contacted Rancourt, but while I wait, I figured that I'd see if anyone here had any suggestions and/or experiences.
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