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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post

rancourt just put up a bunch of venetian loafers
http://www.rancourtandcompany.com/men-s/venetian-loafers-1.html

Only problem with these is that a 2-3 week delivery period puts them at around mid-August delivery, which means that there would be 2-3 weeks of wearing them at the most until the fall gear shift hits... I will look out for these in February/March 2013
post #767 of 5316
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

^Wow. They went with some color there. Very cool. Somehow I'm drawn to the white. I like the explanation of the sizing number on the plug. This Utica leather looks like it's grained, right?

the number on the plus is what they also did for brooks brothers's venitian loafers.
post #768 of 5316

You can order them at any time.

post #769 of 5316

I received my ranger mocs today (about 2.5 weeks after ordering, more or less), with baseball stitching, white camp moc soles, in the brown cxl. They don't advertise either the baseball stitching or the white camp mocs, but neither cost me anything extra. I have to say it came out great. I didn't realize it would come with a half-sole insert, which doesn't bother me, but it's a little less minimalistic inside than I thought it would be. They fit like a glove, snug but not tight. I got 9EE (I wear a 9EEE for my AE's, as a size comparison) and these should break in perfectly for me.

 

Now I'm contemplating by next purchase, boat shoes, almost certainly, 3 eye, probably color 8. Don't know about the sole, whether I'll get honey, darkbrown, or white boat sole. Do I really want to have two shoes that have the same basic aesthetics, even if those are the two classic styles I really want? That said, these are probably nice enough shoes that I should rotate, so it matters less if they are so similar to one another.700

post #770 of 5316
Ordered the last pair of SA beefrolls in 9.5. If I get sick of the vibram sole, can i send them to Rancourt for a resole?
post #771 of 5316
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Originally Posted by wdahab View Post

Just got my ranger mocs today, 9EE, they look and fit great. Went with the brown cxl, white camp sole and baseball stitching. Looks great together, but stands out just enough. Might replace the nylon laces eventually with leather, though these seem to be pretty good as they are. Also, I think I'd prefer to not have the half-insole (we'll see how they break in, they aren't uncomfortable but they are noticeable).

These look great. I like the baseball stitching and the white camp sole. I don;t find that the half-insole is an issue. The specs you chose and the overall construction should make the shoes very comfortable.

Enjoy wearing.
post #772 of 5316

Looking for feedback on the Cordovan Penny Loafers.

Anyone got a pair of these:

http://www.rancourtandcompany.com/men-s/shell-cordovan/beefroll-penny-loafers-dark-green-shell-cordovan.html

 

The price doesn't seem too bad for Shell and hand stitching, but it is still a lot of money for me.

 

thanks.

post #773 of 5316

Question for those that have recently purchased Rancourts:

 

How long typically between when you recieved the Email saying that your shoes have began production, and when you recieved the Email saying that they have been shipped?

post #774 of 5316

Ten working days.  However, as I have discovered, the email that says your shoes have shipped doesn't actually mean they have shipped.  It just means the package is ready for pickup.

post #775 of 5316
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Originally Posted by PhiPsi32 View Post

Ten working days.  However, as I have discovered, the email that says your shoes have shipped doesn't actually mean they have shipped.  It just means the package is ready for pickup.

last time when I ordered, when they say shipped, FedEx actually picked it up the same day and delivered it to me the next day. I am relatively close to Maine.
post #776 of 5316

New Rancourt styles at Brooks Brothers, ranger mocs (nothing new for this thread) and buckle loafers.  

 

 

700

post #777 of 5316
looks like a nice dress loafer.
post #778 of 5316
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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post


last time when I ordered, when they say shipped, FedEx actually picked it up the same day and delivered it to me the next day. I am relatively close to Maine.


Maybe it was just my bad luck then.

post #779 of 5316
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Originally Posted by PhiPsi32 View Post


Maybe it was just my bad luck then.

still not shipped out yet? those FedEx ppl are sure lazy.

I just ordered my loafer yesterday and hopefully I can get it before I leave the country in mid Aug.
post #780 of 5316

It went into the system on Tuesday.  But I received the shipping notice last Friday.

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