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post #76 of 87
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Originally Posted by Earnest Hemingway View Post

It's not a hiking boot...

The boot is, the sole isn't. wink.gif

Like I've said before, I use my boots during fall/winter, on 90% asphalt, which is what I expected the boot to be able to handle, I didn't feel like it could. th_shrug.gif
post #77 of 87
Can anyone provide more sizing advice? I'm typically a US 12. Norse store shows a 46=12, while caliroots says 45=12.
post #78 of 87
from their website

"This sole has excellent slip-resistance on floors, but will be slippery on ice due to its high flexibility."
post #79 of 87
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

It should have gone.
Me: blah blah
EGBA: thanks for the feedback, we will look into it. (This will make the customer think/believe they will look into to it, whether or not they do it doesn't matter)
Me: great thanks

 

Can't believe I missed this. The guy would rather have a company lie to him than have a reasonable communication. Amazing.

post #80 of 87
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post

from their website

"This sole has excellent slip-resistance on floors, but will be slippery on ice due to its high flexibility."

Yey for waking up and listening to clients.


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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

Can't believe I missed this. The guy would rather have a company lie to him than have a reasonable communication. Amazing.

If you had bothered reading the entire discussion, you would know, that is not what I said.

What I said was, that it's never a good idea, for a company to start a discussion with customer claiming what they say is wrong, as it will never lead to anything good for them, as the customer knows what they have experienced, so the best thing he/she could have done, was to say "You know what, I haven't experienced that myself, but let me look into it".

Instead he/she decided to start a discussion, which will only lead to me or any other dissatisfied client to take their money elsewhere and not come back and worse, to tell people not to buy the products, where as the other option, would have made the customers believe that they actually gave a fuck.

It is pretty much rule 1 and 2 of business, the customer is always right and 1 dissatisfied customer can do more harm, than 1000 satisfied.
post #81 of 87

Styleforum is the one place on the internet where fashion companies can engage their customers in honest discourse. Please don't ruin that.

post #82 of 87
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

Styleforum is the one place on the internet where fashion companies can engage their customers in honest discourse. Please don't ruin that.

It's not honest, when they wont hear whats being said and like I said they should have looked into the issue instead of claiming it doesn't exist.
post #83 of 87
post #84 of 87
whats up with AW 2013/2014? Haven't seen anything yet. I feel like it should be out soon.

Still lookin for those grey roccia vets from last fall too.
post #85 of 87
Hi Nicky,

The AW13 sneakers were shipped out to stores about two weeks ago and the boots will ship in about two weeks time.

We have quite many new styles for this season and we feel we have managed to lift the collection a bit so it will be exciting to see the reaction to them. Our website is being updated with AW13 in these days, but currently it is only the women's collection that has gone live: http://www.diemmefootwear.com/collections/Fall%202013
post #86 of 87

Sorry to revive an old thread, well.. not too terribly old but I do have a few questions.

 

I recently just bought the Roccia Vet, with the soles that I fear may kill me in a sense (however they are comfortable to walk in and support my ankle and knee issue quite well) so I'm not questioning the design as I know the intent for it. I now know there is another site for the 'hiking' style soles but I am curious as others have mentioned to having theirs 're-soled'

 

1. How do I go about obtaining one of the 'hiking style soles' (if this is possible)

2. I guess I don't have a 2.... just #1.

 

Oh, I'm also in the US.. so.... I'm sure that may present a fun challenge somehow.

post #87 of 87

Diemme Roccia Due (NEED 29CM) 29 centimeters = 43 EU 44 EU or 45EU?
thx

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