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Redwings made by Rancourt today:

 

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Enjoying my olive ranger mocs:
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Unlined espresso shell loafers on peel and press waiting room carpet:

 

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How do you think the Knox will compare to the AE First Ave's?

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I haven't found a sole that can compare to the Reltex LH, for one.

 

I would guess the break-in time might be a little longer.

 

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How do you think the Knox will compare to the AE First Ave's?

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Do you think the Knox is as dressy as the First Ave? I can't tell from the pictures.

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http://www.rancourtandcompany.com/men-s/men-new-releases/greenwood-blucher.html

 

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Scotch Grain Calfskin made by Tanneries Haas in France, widely recognized as some of the best leather in the world

 

Anyone know if this is a true shrunken grain leather or embossed?

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http://www.rancourtandcompany.com/men-s/men-new-releases/greenwood-blucher.html

 

 

Anyone know if this is a true shrunken grain leather or embossed?


Dunno for sure, but the email they sent that promotes this product launch suggests that its embossed.

 

http://us5.campaign-archive2.com/?u=766275afc64718332df0fc4d2&id=6319baec97&e=6aa5022c4a

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Dunno for sure, but the email they sent that promotes this product launch suggests that its embossed.

 

http://us5.campaign-archive2.com/?u=766275afc64718332df0fc4d2&id=6319baec97&e=6aa5022c4a


Also, hit 'Learn More' on the product page.  Embossed.

 

http://www.rancourtandcompany.com/men-s/men-new-releases/greenwood-blucher.html

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How do you think the Knox will compare to the AE First Ave's?

I have the Knox Boot from last year's Huckberry run. It's a fantastic boot, the LH sole is comfortable and the chromexcel leather requires virtually no break in. I bought mine in natural, and it is quite casual. The Huckberry run had a Horween No. 8 color, so that was the dressier variant, and I'm surprised that they omitted it this time in favor of the carolina brown, as I don't find the brown as dressy. However, the Knox Boot is relatively chunky and is decidedly less dressy than the AE First Ave.

It fits TTS.
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I have the Knox Boot from last year's Huckberry run. It's a fantastic boot, the LH sole is comfortable and the chromexcel leather requires virtually no break in. I bought mine in natural, and it is quite casual. The Huckberry run had a Horween No. 8 color, so that was the dressier variant, and I'm surprised that they omitted it this time in favor of the carolina brown, as I don't find the brown as dressy. However, the Knox Boot is relatively chunky and is decidedly less dressy than the AE First Ave.

It fits TTS.

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I got you covered. Excuse the hasty photos. Quickly taken on my way into the office this morning and during a "break."



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Nice!
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How do you guys size from the 2592 last to the 114?

I'm a 12D in a pair of 2592 Ranger Mocs, considering a 11.5E shell weltline loafer.
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Late reply to post above.. I have the Knox boot coming in brown and natural, can post photos next to black AE 1st ave's if you'd like. Also have a Truman service boot on the way.. might be selling that pair depending how it compares to the Rancourts.

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