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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post


No. I figured that was another StarWars reference! LMAO.

dude! That is too funny. You never watched Lost either...we have very different tastes in TV/movies...

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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

dude! That is too funny. You never watched Lost either...we have very different tastes in TV/movies...
Nope. Never saw it. haha
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Never saw Lost -- seems like it requires a serious investment of time to completely hate the ending. Kind of like those who've been waiting months to buy a brandy shell boot here.
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^ now that is funny
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Anyways my zug can beat up your brandy.
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Originally Posted by Michael Haines View Post

I was log in and had credit card info handy so I by passed paypal and got my confirmation email already

That's exactly what I did and it worked smile.gif
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I guess I'll just keep my fingers crossed for some whiskey shell in october, then...

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^now that's awesome.
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@rydenfan I'm watching Lost for a third time. Was thinking about how the women all lack feminine products while on the island.

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Any Bigfoots out there that picked up a size 12 in the shells, and may have a little buyer's remorse, PM me. I'll take 'em off your hands.
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Originally Posted by solographik View Post
 

There is so much salt in this thread that it's absurd.

 

Why would Viberg, who's competency is in boot making, invest time and resources into building a cart locking feature? Outside of major ticketing sites, you would be hard pressed to find another ecommerce site that has it. If anything, you guys should be directing your feedback to shopify.


Well thats par for the course

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Glad I decided to sit this one out.  But congrats to all those that scored.  They look pretty awesome.  Seriously, $1,100 is way crazy.  I haven't ventured into JL or EG so have never spent over $1K on a pair of boots.  C&J shell boots are the most I've paid so far. The EG Galways have caught my eye for quite some time, though.

 

In the meantime, I am really enjoying wearing the hell out of the SF waxed flesh service boots.  So far, it's really the only pair that I truly don't mind getting scuffed badly, almost welcoming the scuffs so they don't look new. If I weren't so OCD, I wouldn't worry about any of my boots.

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fwiw, I've passed on any number of shell cordovan boots.  Although they do have a nice lustre, there is much more selection in calf... that, and you can get a much more comfortable boot in calf.  imo, shell cordovan is the most hyped thing around, and really, not particularly well suited to must uses.  But, every company will keep on making cordovan boots and shoes.  They can sell them in no time flat, and they get a good absolute profit for each pair, so why wouldn't they?

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Originally Posted by BootSpell View Post
 

Glad I decided to sit this one out.  But congrats to all those that scored.  They look pretty awesome.  Seriously, $1,100 is way crazy.  I haven't ventured into JL or EG so have never spent over $1K on a pair of boots.  C&J shell boots are the most I've paid so far. The EG Galways have caught my eye for quite some time, though.

 

In the meantime, I am really enjoying wearing the hell out of the SF waxed flesh service boots.  So far, it's really the only pair that I truly don't mind getting scuffed badly, almost welcoming the scuffs so they don't look new. If I weren't so OCD, I wouldn't worry about any of my boots.

Embrace the wear!

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