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post #3196 of 4570
Lol. So true...considering I don't even have a pair yet and am thinking about my next pair
post #3197 of 4570
Ryden, were you thinking about #8 CXL at first, or am I getting people confused? I think you'll love them.
post #3198 of 4570
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Ryden, were you thinking about #8 CXL at first, or am I getting people confused? I think you'll love them.

Yes, I was planning on #8 CXL. However, some recent pictures I saw showed the leather much brighter in color than I was wanting. I think that the dark cherry water buffalo would be a better fit for what I am looking for possibly. Although I have the Iced Mocha CXL from Viberg the British Tan seems like a very quintessential White color to me. I also was originally going to do eyelets and speed hooks but thought given the shorter nature of the boot I decided on all eyelets. Yes, I think about this stuff way too much...

post #3199 of 4570
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Yes, I think about this stuff way too much...

That makes two of us!
post #3200 of 4570
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post
 

Yes, I was planning on #8 CXL. However, some recent pictures I saw showed the leather much brighter in color than I was wanting. I think that the dark cherry water buffalo would be a better fit for what I am looking for possibly. Although I have the Iced Mocha CXL from Viberg the British Tan seems like a very quintessential White color to me. I also was originally going to do eyelets and speed hooks but thought given the shorter nature of the boot I decided on all eyelets. Yes, I think about this stuff way too much...

If you want a darker burgundy pull-up leather, you should really check out Nick's Boots offerings, one of which is a "burgundy anaflex" from Seidel Tannery.  It borders on black, but any stress/stretch point is a beautiful burgundy.  While I'm not impressed with Nick's non-pull-up leathers (plasticky and/or lacks dept), their burgundy anaflex, brown anaflex, and chrome mexcel (yes, spelled correctly) is some seriously impressive stuff (they sent me samples).

post #3201 of 4570
I look forward to looong discussions about which boots are better smile.gif
post #3202 of 4570
Ricky,

I've got the fear for you. I already feel for you, what a cock up and yes White's QC is being and does need highlighting and improvement. The fear is that I think you might get back mismatched heel sizes and shapes etc... If you don't send in your other boot. White's are a work boot company without mass produced moulds etc... You can already see quite a big difference in your boots (outsole aside) shape and I fear that unless you send the other boot in with it to be matched to you will spot a difference when it comes back. Maybe not but from experience no 2 White's that are supposed to end up looking identical. Just a suggestion.
post #3203 of 4570
Yeah. I've already decided to send both back this time. Thanks for the info.
post #3204 of 4570
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Question for you. Can you tell me what you notice is the difference between the SJ last and the BH/SD last? Photos to demonstrate?

Honestly there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of difference that I can tell, but the SJs are more broken in than the BHs, so it's hard to compare. They have a very similar toe profile, but the SJs seem to have more vertical room (taller toe box). The arch is supposed to be a little less aggressive in the SD/BH. To me it feels the same as my broken in SJs. The SJs were probably more agressive when new. Fit wise, both boots seem about the same. Hope that helps.

post #3205 of 4570

Thanks for the info. I wish White's would simply provide this info. Find it odd that they don't. Funny too because everyone says the same thing... that the SJ are a bit boxier. But when I see photos of SJ, the toe seems narrower. Example. Here's a shot from b-ewing from a few days ago of a SJ. Looks narrower, right?

 

Anyway, much appreciated.

 

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Originally Posted by 2eleven View Post
 

Honestly there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of difference that I can tell, but the SJs are more broken in than the BHs, so it's hard to compare. They have a very similar toe profile, but the SJs seem to have more vertical room (taller toe box). The arch is supposed to be a little less aggressive in the SD/BH. To me it feels the same as my broken in SJs. The SJs were probably more agressive when new. Fit wise, both boots seem about the same. Hope that helps.

post #3206 of 4570
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Originally Posted by kenucklehead View Post
Thanks for the info. I wish White's would simply provide this info. Find it odd that they don't. Funny too because everyone says the same thing... that the SJ are a bit boxier. But when I see photos of SJ, the toe seems narrower. Example. Here's a shot from b-ewing from a few days ago of a SJ. Looks narrower, right?

The narrowness will depend on the sizing width (is the photo of a D width or something narrower?). Also, when looking at any angle but straight down, the taller toebox of the SJ may give the illusion of it looking narrower (since it's width relative to the height is less) than when looking at a comparable SD. Looking at my SJ and BH, the toe box width and general contour looks about the same. The SJs are ltt though, which further complicates an objective comparison. The ltt and standard toe are built on the same last though.

post #3207 of 4570
That shot is on the classic boot or c461 last not the SJ last
post #3208 of 4570
SJ


SD/#55


Classic Work Boot/C461
post #3209 of 4570
SJ


SD/#55


Classic Work Boot/C461
post #3210 of 4570

Oh really? Good to know. I followed the link you provided and it said it was a SJ so I assumed it was the standard SJ last.

 

Like I said, I really wish White's would provide photos of the differences. Too hard to determine otherwise!

 

Thanks!!

 

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That shot is on the classic boot or c461 last not the SJ last
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