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post #46 of 60
Pics of my new Eastland MIM... They are MUCH better than Quoddy and Yuketen - read a review here

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post #47 of 60

Just arrived.

Eastland Made in Maine Falmouth USA Camp Moc, Horween Chromexcel®

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post #48 of 60
Featured on Hypebeast in Brandon Svarc essentials: http://hypebeast.com/2012/05/essentials-brandon-svarc/
post #49 of 60

Eastland Made in Maine Aroostook USA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #50 of 60

Does anyone know if these stretch out? I got the Millinockets but they are a bit snug. I'd really like to wear them but I'm afraid they wont stretch out and I won't be able to resell them because they're worn. They are the brown suede ones if that helps, thanks!

post #51 of 60

Eastland Kennebunk in brown (made by Rancourt?). The toebox is a little longer and sleeker on these than maybe your standard moc boot. Stitch quality seems great. The leather is some type of oil-tanned Horweenn that shows a ton of grain and is thick and rigid out of the box. Leather midsole, leather insole with the same leather as the exterior. Real life color is a medium, ruddy brown, slightly reddish in some light. 

 

I think the one thing they should have done was use a flat outsole, instead of the block heel Vibram type that's on there. 

 

While we're kinda talking about Rancourt, I think these Acorn Latigo Glace mid boots they're doing for Taylor Stitch are pretty nice.  

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by erikl - 1/11/13 at 10:35am
post #52 of 60

I just shot some video of these shoes and reviewed them: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0j-L-d6cy3Q

 

 

 

 

post #53 of 60

Ordered some tan suede falmouths from Gilt.  I should've know better but the suede is dirty and its texture is really inconsistent.  Definitely going back.

On a side note, the details on my OSB Trail Oxfords are way nicer than these.  I've heard the rumors that OSB, Rancourts, and Eastland's are all made in the same factory, so I just wanted to add that in here.

post #54 of 60
I recently got these Eastland Camp mocs Off eBay; kids size 6 Narrow (I have small feet), made in Usa. They're nice. About $32 shipped.






post #55 of 60
I just received my Eastland millinocket chukka. Pretty satisfied with them, but I will not concur with has been said before : Yuketen are still better made and more comfortable (but Eastland remain extremely confortable, I just find Yuketen to be my most comfy shoes). But Eastland are easily 20% less expensive so overall that's a good investment. Not sure if these have a replaceable outsole, I just sent a mail to Eastland about that. Cannot wait to see the CXL age.

The top heel inner stitching is a bit hurting at the moment, I think it will ease quickly as the shoes strecth with wear.

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post #56 of 60

There is a lot of Eastland MiM talk in the Rancourt thread, if you want to check that out.

post #57 of 60
thanks for the info
post #58 of 60
$109 for Eastland Made in Maine Boots ... unfortunately, my size is gone:(


http://gentrynyc.com/collections/sale/products/eastland-glenburn-darktan-boot
post #59 of 60
Was in mine biggrin.gif

Cheers for the heads-up, got the last one
post #60 of 60
Excellent ... it was a great deal for a MIM item!
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