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Great looking shoe. I have been asking that same question here and there, and the general and overwhelming response has been "no". I'll pass along one of the responses I've gotten to you, "why don't you try them and let us know".

thats crazy enough that it just might work
post #92 of 5174
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Originally Posted by Kashiwa View Post

Great looking shoe. I have been asking that same question here and there, and the general and overwhelming response has been "no". I'll pass along one of the responses I've gotten to you, "why don't you try them and let us know".

The #8 does look good with the honey LH soles. Another potential option to pair with #8 in the same color would be the Vibram mini-lug, like RW uses on their Wabash (made by Rancourt?).

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I'm thinking about turning the Chili Latigo ranger moc:

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Into a country ranger w/ crepe sole. Any thoughts?

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post #93 of 5174
^ imo the chili definitely looks better with a lighter color sole.
post #94 of 5174
I feel let down by these
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you feel let down by what now?
post #96 of 5174
The beefroll loafers in #8 Chromexcel. My first pair of loafers since I was 11, and I'm really impressed with them so far.

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post #97 of 5174
very nice!
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very nice!
post #99 of 5174
Thanks, guys! Question--the sides bow out a bit when I stand. Nothing too noticeable, but is that normal for loafers, or do I maybe need to look at a wider size?
Edited by mothball - 5/1/12 at 4:07pm
post #100 of 5174
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Thanks, guys! Question--the sides bow out a bit when I stand. Nothing too noticeable, but is that normal for loafers, or do I maybe need to look at a wider size?

picture could help
post #101 of 5174
Of course--my apologies.

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post #102 of 5174
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Of course--my apologies.
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Interesting, I've got some gapping on my Rancourt beefrolls and am pretty sure it is because they are too wide. On the other hand, I think there's always going to be a little gapping on shoes that don't lace tight.

Also, has anyone seen the green shell ranger mocs with the honey sole? I have a definite feeling that they are in my very near future.
post #103 of 5174
Thanks--I have really flat feet, so I think that's part of the issue. I may also be over-analyzing, which I know is unheard of on SF.

I'm trying to resist the green shell as well. It's beautiful.
post #104 of 5174
yeah cant pick between green or navy shell shog[1].gif
post #105 of 5174
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

yeah cant pick between green or navy shell shog[1].gif

I know. Get one in the ranger moc and have them make up another style for you in the other. biggrin.gif
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Thanks--I have really flat feet, so I think that's part of the issue. I may also be over-analyzing, which I know is unheard of on SF.
I'm trying to resist the green shell as well. It's beautiful.

I don't think I'll be able to resist the green shell... I hope that you really enjoy those beefrolls. I've had mine for the better part of a year and they start out comfortable and then become more so.
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