or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › RANCOURT & Co. Shoes - Made in Maine
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

RANCOURT & Co. Shoes - Made in Maine - Page 480

post #7186 of 7403
@BradM Dayton Boots. Maybe their service boots will be what you are looking for.

Truman Boots is another option.

Oak Street or New England Outerwear? I don't have personal experience with those however.
post #7187 of 7403
Quote:
Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

@BradM Dayton Boots. Maybe their service boots will be what you are looking for.

Truman Boots is another option.

Oak Street or New England Outerwear? I don't have personal experience with those however.

Thanks for the reply. I'll check them out.
post #7188 of 7403
I been wanting a black shell was gong to order the Alden black she'll 987 penny but I have this. 300 gift card card at Rancort and thought of getting the welt line. Thought any one have a pair I figure I lose some of that Alden glow
post #7189 of 7403

Can i get some help with sizing in the camp moc?

 

I am a Alden Barrie 9D, Aberdeen 9.5D 

 

I wear Adidas and New Balance in 9.5

 

Should I get a 9D or 9.5D?

post #7190 of 7403
Quote:
Originally Posted by stonewall1614 View Post

Can i get some help with sizing in the camp moc?

I am a Alden Barrie 9D, Aberdeen 9.5D 

I wear Adidas and New Balance in 9.5

Should I get a 9D or 9.5D?

I'd say 9D.
post #7191 of 7403
I've typically found people work well with their barry size in handsewns, especially slip ons. I wear a 9.5 in red wing, 10 in most sneakers, and a 9.5 in my camp moccs works perfectly.
post #7192 of 7403
Quote:
Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post

I've typically found people work well with their barry size in handsewns, especially slip ons. I wear a 9.5 in red wing, 10 in most sneakers, and a 9.5 in my camp moccs works perfectly.

I couldn't fit my foot, sockless, in my Barrie size loafer. It was skin tight, and I have a narrow foot.
post #7193 of 7403
Quote:
Originally Posted by Joenobody0 View Post

I couldn't fit my foot, sockless, in my Barrie size loafer. It was skin tight, and I have a narrow foot.

Strange. mileage may vary i guess! it's always tough to get a real good read on sizing in relation to other brands. I typically try a 10 default for sneaker size and 9.5 for handsewn / boot size, but obviously some brands become outliers in that baseline, hah.
post #7194 of 7403
Quote:
Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post

Strange. mileage may vary i guess! it's always tough to get a real good read on sizing in relation to other brands. I typically try a 10 default for sneaker size and 9.5 for handsewn / boot size, but obviously some brands become outliers in that baseline, hah.

Yeah, I also found a pretty big fit difference between the hand sewn loafer last and the ranger moc last. There was also a large shoe to shoe fit variance even among shoes of the same last/size, which was why I eventually moved on from Rancourt.
post #7195 of 7403


does anyone have any info about the camp moc last? Does the Unlined Horween Buckaroo stretch as much as the other?

post #7196 of 7403
Quote:
Originally Posted by stonewall1614 View Post
 


does anyone have any info about the camp moc last? Does the Unlined Horween Buckaroo stretch as much as the other?

I found my camp mocs in 9.5B to be much smaller than my boat shoes in the same size. The camp mocs I had to force my feet into and eventually stretched out over time but the boat shoe are much wider around the heel and I found a tad longer as well. I cant speak to the buckaroo though.

post #7197 of 7403
Quote:
Originally Posted by Nik Telford View Post

I found my camp mocs in 9.5B to be much smaller than my boat shoes in the same size. The camp mocs I had to force my feet into and eventually stretched out over time but the boat shoe are much wider around the heel and I found a tad longer as well. I cant speak to the buckaroo though.

I found the more rustic looking heel treatment (the exposed horizontal stitch) lead to a much fatter heel on the boat shoe and the more rustic loafers. Honestly, too much hassle if you're picky about fit.
post #7198 of 7403
Quote:
Originally Posted by stonewall1614 View Post
 


does anyone have any info about the camp moc last? Does the Unlined Horween Buckaroo stretch as much as the other?

In my experience, the Buckaroo leather doesn't stretch as much.

post #7199 of 7403
Hi all, I'm looking to pick up my first pair of rancourts - beefroll penny loafers in natural cxl. Can anyone confirm for me that sizing down .5 is the way to go with these? I'm on the narrow side of 7.5 D brannock so would be looking at the 7 D. Would ideally like to wear with or without socks.

I'm ordering out of country so it would be great to nail and fit and not have to mess with exchanges, which would add shipping costs.

Thanks in advance!
post #7200 of 7403
Quote:
Originally Posted by Canadianguy View Post

Hi all, I'm looking to pick up my first pair of rancourts - beefroll penny loafers in natural cxl. Can anyone confirm for me that sizing down .5 is the way to go with these? I'm on the narrow side of 7.5 D brannock so would be looking at the 7 D. Would ideally like to wear with or without socks.

I'm ordering out of country so it would be great to nail and fit and not have to mess with exchanges, which would add shipping costs.

Thanks in advance!

I'm a 7.75 B on the brannock (I tend to wear a 7.5C in dress shoes) and found the 7D loafer to be absolutely skin tight, with my toes pushed right up to the edge of the upper. They were tiny. The 7.5D was too wide in the heel. Unless your socks are ultra thin (like pantyhose), I can't imagine getting a fit that I'd be happy with both with and without socks.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › RANCOURT & Co. Shoes - Made in Maine