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I was strongly considering that makeup for a long time, as an alternative to the Bison Clymer.  It's a winner for sure.  Checks all the right boxes.  You think it could happen in Olive Bison? or didn't you mention previously that Rancourt only has a limited stock of that leather?

I don't expect it in the short term, but if the rangers are a success I might have some room to push bison to the higher ups. perhaps next fall..

I don't think the bison is too limited - one of the geekier exciting parts of this shoe for me is that the bison leather is actually sourced from a Maine tannery, so the demand isn't as huge as say.... Cordovan, Essex, or other Horween products.

there might be a restock of boots coming in with the olive rangers but I'm not 100% certain. would have to take a look at the order. Holiday is overtime for Rancourt so we probably wouldn't be able to bring another order in for the christmas season, but its always nice to have something to look forward to. I've already got some ideas for next fall peepwall[1].gif
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Not a bad looking boot.  Isn't Bulldog supposed to be very similar to CXL?  I actually like the look of that foam midsole better than the leather wedge that they usually put with the mini-ripple outsole.

$395 is not cheap though.


@MattBernier
 that Olive one is calling you!

I like a really well defined heel, but boy do I agree with you about that wedge being a huge improvement. God I hope the boots become successful enough to start making wide lasts.
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Originally Posted by Bakes11771 View Post

Not a bad looking boot.  Isn't Bulldog supposed to be very similar to CXL?  I actually like the look of that foam midsole better than the leather wedge that they usually put with the mini-ripple outsole.

$395 is not cheap though.


@MattBernier
 that Olive one is calling you!

I like a really well defined heel, but boy do I agree with you about that wedge being a huge improvement. God I hope the boots become successful enough to start making wide lasts.

I have took a liking to the leather heel thing - I do not own any yet but I did order a Viberg with the leather heel thing - will see how I like it when I get - overall I dislike ripple soles so combined with that foam mid thing I just didn't care for that......of course that means next week I will order the olive one...lol

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Natural CXL Roughout 8" Handsewn Boots on the RLH Aspen sole

 

MTO'd through ToBox Shoes in Philadelphia

 

 

 

 

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Natural CXL Roughout 8" Handsewn Boots on the RLH Aspen sole

 

MTO'd through ToBox Shoes in Philadelphia

 

 

 

 


Those are awesome.  Saw them on Insta the other day.  Congrats!

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Those are awesome.  Saw them on Insta the other day.  Congrats!

 

Thanks, very happy with how they turned out

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Natural CXL Roughout 8" Handsewn Boots on the RLH Aspen sole

MTO'd through ToBox Shoes in Philadelphia
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Those are great. Love to see some fit pics if you're interested in posting some.
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Those are great. Love to see some fit pics if you're interested in posting some.

 

I'll take some this week sometime whenever I take them out for their maiden voyage

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I am considering pulling the trigger on some custom Beefroll Penny Loafers. I am wondering about the different rubber soles. I am looking for a hard thin rubber sole. Something closest possible to a classic Dainite sole (pictureds below). I really dislike soft rubber soles like for example crepe. Anyone have a tip on which rubber sole to choose?

 

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I am considering pulling the trigger on some custom Beefroll Penny Loafers. I am wondering about the different rubber soles. I am looking for a hard thin rubber sole. Something closest possible to a classic Dainite sole (pictureds below). I really dislike soft rubber soles like for example crepe. Anyone have a tip on which rubber sole to choose?

 


Tempest.

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Thanks @Bakes11771

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@Tanbar Great to see some tall boots like that. Beautiful makeup.
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@Portland Dry Goods bringing some fire.

Or perhaps more correctly:

"The green flash is an atmospheric refractive phenomenon where the top edge of the Sun will momentarily turn green. It is seen rarely by the naked eye, primarily because it requires specific conditions to occur, but also because it requires the observer to know what to look for."

Thanks for that Mount Wilson Observatory.
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Brett sent me this photo yesterday evening. Reaaaaaally hyped. They might even get here ahead of schedule, but I know better than to guarantee that!
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