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post #466 of 8264
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Originally Posted by echoes View Post

ah thanks! do you by any chance if there's a size difference between RW 8138 (moc toe) vs. Iron Rangers? I wear size 9 US in RW 8138s and it sounds like I'm probably a 8.5 in the Viberg 110 last but just want to make sure.

Thanks!

not sure but from what i hear, it sounds like the 8138 also runs a little large so it might be similar to the Iron Rangers. 

post #467 of 8264
Got mine today. Horsehide built on the 310 last. For reference I wear a 10 in Wolverine 1K and 11 in Jack Purcells. My foot measures out to be 11 inches exactly.

I got these in a size 10, probably could have squeezed into a 9, but a 9.5 would have been perfect. They fit great in the heel so I'll probably throw a felt liner in and go with it. These are too awesome to sell.
post #468 of 8264
I compared these things to my 1Ks, viberg on the right foot and 1K on the left. I felt like I was wearing a tank on my right foot and, like a civic on the left. These things are crazy.

Cant wait for tomorrow.
post #469 of 8264
yep these boots are serious fucking business. they weigh like 3 lbs each, and make all my other boots feel like toys. I walked the dog in them earlier and every time I put my foot down I heard a very pleasant, and solid, thump.
post #470 of 8264
More boots on sale tomorrow. In case you guys haven't heard. Same station as last time.
post #471 of 8264

36 Bobcat Harness Leather Size 8.5D

The fit is spot on with thin socks and very comfortable. I'll probably be able to wear thicker socks by winter once these stretch out a bit.

I've owned the scout boots in size 9 and the 4Horseman boots in 8.5, both of those sizes/lasts were a horrible fit for me.

 

 

I wear a Trubalance 8.5E(measured at an Alden store), White's SD 8.5E(a bit wider than the trubalance), Russell Moccasin 8.5D(perfect fit), Red Wing 9E(hate) and a New Balance 9D(perfection). I can wear thicker socks with all of these brands/sizes except the NB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #472 of 8264

What defects have people found? Are most of you from Canada that received your boots already?

post #473 of 8264
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Originally Posted by urbanswoodsman View Post

36 Bobcat Harness Leather Size 8.5D

The fit is spot on with thin socks and very comfortable. I'll probably be able to wear thicker socks by winter once these stretch out a bit.

I've owned the scout boots in size 9 and the 4Horseman boots in 8.5, both of those sizes/lasts were a horrible fit for me.

 

 

I wear a Trubalance 8.5E(measured at an Alden store), White's SD 8.5E(a bit wider than the trubalance), Russell Moccasin 8.5D(perfect fit), Red Wing 9E(hate) and a New Balance 9D(perfection). I can wear thicker socks with all of these brands/sizes except the NB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Which last is this? And can you elaborate on what you hated about your Red Wing size?

 

Thanks!

post #474 of 8264
My boots had some minor defects in the leather. Nothing that you would notice unless you're closely inspecting the boot
post #475 of 8264
I have no idea what the last is.

I just hate Red Wings. I've never had a comfortable pair.
post #476 of 8264
Thanks for posting the fit pictures everyone! The boots all look great. You can definitely be looking at a serious break in period, but it's worth it. My first pair of service boots are about 4 years old and definitely my most comfortable non-sneakers. None of the the boots sent out have had any significant defects or anything. If there is is a cosmetic flaw it should be noted or visible in the photos. Structurally these "sample" boots are all 100%.

Round 2 of the sale is going up today at around noon (pacific) and will feature 20 styles. A wide variety of styles and sizes again. I'm really trying to keep the other thread clutter free so please post here if you have any questions. We've included more information this time around including the last, box toe vs. no box toe, and any glaring flaws. Hopefully this will cut down on the number of emails.
post #477 of 8264
So I'm guessing these boots are heavier then aldens indy? Also Guy, for canadian is there tax on top of the price? Thanks
post #478 of 8264
How does the 2030 last and 110 last compare to the 310?
post #479 of 8264

I am very interested in the 1950S... last 310

post #480 of 8264
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Originally Posted by gnu View Post

How does the 2030 last and 110 last compare to the 310?

I heard that the last 2030 is more narrow than the 110 and 310...

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