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Originally Posted by Kashiwa View Post

Natural CXL belt.

that's a really nice built, only if they have a different buckle then I might consider buying one to replace my jcrew built.

I am about to order my second rancourt in beefroll, thinking about dark brown cxl + orion navy suede collar and back stay + tempest sole.


Kyle told me that the wait is now 2 - 3 weeks. I assume that people are ordering their summer shoes as most of rancourt's style are good summer shoes.
post #737 of 5172

My loafers shipped today.  Ten working days after receiving the production notice.

post #738 of 5172
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Originally Posted by PhiPsi32 View Post

My loafers shipped today.  Ten working days after receiving the production notice.

that's wicked fast.

what is your spec on the loafer?
post #739 of 5172
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Originally Posted by PhiPsi32 View Post

 

I believe it is reverse calf (full grain): Kelly green, unlined, honey crepe sole with step, no shank, matched stitching.  It's the "Ivy" or Venetian loafer, designed to be an airport friendly travel loafer.

 

Or as listed on the order sheet:

 

Venetian Loafers
UNLINED kelly green orion suede
midsole: natural, no stitch
outsole: Plantation crepe w/ outside heel, honey
GREEN HS THREAD

 

I went with Kyle's sizing recommendation. We'll see how it works out.  My best guess is that they will arrive August 6th.

post #740 of 5172
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Originally Posted by Piroshky View Post

I'm curious to see the price point.

They're expensive

post #741 of 5172
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Originally Posted by PhiPsi32 View Post

Or as listed on the order sheet:

Venetian Loafers

UNLINED kelly green orion suede

midsole: natural, no stitch

outsole: Plantation crepe w/ outside heel, honey

GREEN HS THREAD

I went with Kyle's sizing recommendation. We'll see how it works out.  My best guess is that they will arrive August 6th.

where do you live? how come it takes so much time to get it to you?

btw i remember after you posted this that I have seen this when you posted before. I'd really like to see the color on the green orion suede because the navy orion suede is really nice.
post #742 of 5172

I'm not that far, but there's a "Delivery Exception" tagged to the tracking number.  I'm making a conservative estimate.

post #743 of 5172
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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post

that's a really nice built, only if they have a different buckle then I might consider buying one to replace my jcrew built.shoes.

What don't you like about the buckle? Of the natural cxl belts I've seen (and the one I own), I think I like this one the best. Thick leather, attractive stitching and a keeper to boot.
post #744 of 5172
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Originally Posted by Kashiwa View Post


What don't you like about the buckle? Of the natural cxl belts I've seen (and the one I own), I think I like this one the best. Thick leather, attractive stitching and a keeper to boot.

 

+1

 

It's similar to the roller I have on my CXL belt.  I like it as a casual belt.

post #745 of 5172
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Originally Posted by Kashiwa View Post

What don't you like about the buckle? Of the natural cxl belts I've seen (and the one I own), I think I like this one the best. Thick leather, attractive stitching and a keeper to boot.


not a big fan of the roller buckle myself, i like more of a rectangular ones. the ones that hollows leather is using is pretty nice to me. but this is just personal tho. this rancourt belt itself is really nice.
post #746 of 5172
Here are some pics of my Rancourt Ranger-mocs as they appeared fresh out of the box. I've been wearing them since March, and they're great, great shoes.

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^ wow looks great with tiny abrasion on your soles.
post #748 of 5172
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post

Called and ordered these. Would have prefer the wheat, but sold out online. Guess I will be wearing these with pants more then denim.

Just got my SA x Beefroll Pennies. Love the construction. When wearing sock less do you guys have a little heel slip? Not sure if this is normal for loafers as this is my first pair. I went with an 8.5 which is fine around the toes, but the heel area is just a little loose with no socks. With socks (Plan to be wearing these in the fall) the shoe is fine. My concern is the shoe might stretch too big as I've heard how easily the chromexel leather can stretch.

Thanks
post #749 of 5172
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post


Just got my SA x Beefroll Pennies. Love the construction. When wearing sock less do you guys have a little heel slip? Not sure if this is normal for loafers as this is my first pair. I went with an 8.5 which is fine around the toes, but the heel area is just a little loose with no socks. With socks (Plan to be wearing these in the fall) the shoe is fine. My concern is the shoe might stretch too big as I've heard how easily the chromexel leather can stretch.
Thanks


Hey irbe, how long is your foot exactly (with precision of 1/16 inch)?

post #750 of 5172
Tad under 10 inch
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