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Originally Posted by mrUnicorn View Post

brwondom means brown oiled leather.

Hmmm. I want to believe you. But my eye keeps telling me that the pics here:

http://sturdy-web.com/?pid=10735731

have a lot of red in them.
post #872 of 4323
Methinks you're right. Here's another boot with "brown smooth."

Hmm....

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Yeah, the original pic I posted definitely has more red, but it could be some sort of optical illusion. Was going to call the shop in Yokohama, but they're closed on Mondays. Will give them a ring tomorrow and see what I can find out.
post #874 of 4323
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Originally Posted by Kashiwa View Post

I think you're right! Thanks! "Browndom" is an awfully odd name. What do you think of that Smoke Jumper makeup. [b]What does LTT mean?[/b]
I'm mulling over a leather jacket in "red brown" that looks very close to the brown smooth.

 

 

Lace-to-Toe

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Thanks!
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So, I've been thinking all along that I would be ordering some configuration of the Semi-Dress, but now I am wondering if I should consider also the 6" Farmer Rancher.  I like the extra leather heel cap (or whatever that piece is called at the back of the boot) and the generally more rugged look.  I had in mind that the Farmer Rancher or Smokejumper would be taller than I want, but I see they are available in 6", and that's actually what my current Chippewas are - though for some reason the FR and SJ have more eyelets.

 

Anyway, can anyone (1) post a picture of SDs and FR back to back in order to compare height; or (2) testify to the feel of a 6" FR in comparison to the SD?  Does it feel much higher on the leg?  Is the fit and comfort more or less the same?

 

Thanks!

post #877 of 4323
on [more] eyelets, make sure you're not comparing plain toe with lace-to-toe.

6" is 6"__ don't get why 1 would be "higher" than the other.
however, SJs have higher profile due to the lug soles+heels.

.... & depending on your [build] selections, SJ/FRs are designed for a more rugged utility than SDs.
post #878 of 4323
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Originally Posted by IIIrd Icon View Post

on [more] eyelets, make sure you're not comparing plain toe with lace-to-toe.
6" is 6"__ don't get why 1 would be "higher" than the other.
however, SJs have higher profile due to the lug soles+heels.
.... & depending on your [build] selections, SJ/FRs are designed for a more rugged utility than SDs.

 


The Semi-dress is a 5" boot right?  Just wondering how much difference that extra inch makes to folks, either in looks or in feel...

post #879 of 4323

I have both the SD 5" and a Bounty Hunter in 6". I can say that the extra inch makes a huge difference in the ability of the boot to fit on the foot. The SD grip is like a chukka boot, and the BH is like a hiking boot - it may have a lot to do with the cut of the boot or the lace design, but it does make a difference.

post #880 of 4323
Pics of a couple of makeups that drew my attention while searching for ideas for a White's SJ order.

Smoke jumper in brown dress leather. Seems like this leather is nearly always used on the SD. Looks good on the SJ as well, no?



Smoke jumper with black and red dog bull hide. I'm not a huge fan of two-tone, and probably wouldn't go with this combo. But it's definitely eye catching.

post #881 of 4323
that brown dress sj looks awesome! I`d probably copy unicorn`s red dog/(forgot the other leather) setup
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Just curious, can anyone compare the differences in feel and foot support between White's and Viberg's?  Clearly both are a high quality of boot, but does Viberg offer good support?  Are they comfortable to stand and walk in?

 

At over $600 a pop, the Viberg service boot will do a number on your wallet for sure. But I confess that I love the look of those 1940/195 service boots with the sprung toe.  But I am curious how they feel.

 

Thanks.

post #883 of 4323
A couple of q's.

Anyone have any pics of oiled red dog?

Have you ever seen a lace to toe smoke jumper with a non-celastic toe? Pics? Thoughts?
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Originally Posted by Kashiwa View Post


Have you ever seen a lace to toe smoke jumper with a non-celastic toe? Pics? Thoughts?

I`d suggest here the lack of support in the toe and the leather being softer around the toe box will be a bad balance to the strength of the lace to toe structure.

post #885 of 4323
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Originally Posted by Kashiwa View Post Looks good on the SJ as well, no?

Looks great! A very fine pair!

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