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post #1 of 6
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Tempted to buy these. They're about $114 after 10% off and shipping. Can anyone tell me anything about this model? Any opinion? http://www.bluefly.com/pages/product...der_id=6615001
post #2 of 6
I think they are kick ass. I am going to get some in brown. Are there any discount codes one can use?
I really like the stitching detail on the upper sole, a detail from the more traditional thread that would be appreciated. It indicates the quality of construction.
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Originally Posted by antirabbit
I think they are kick ass. I am going to get some in brown. Are there any discount codes one can use?
I really like the stitching detail on the upper sole, a detail from the more traditional thread that would be appreciated. It indicates the quality of construction.

This is a little tricky. Go to www.ofb.biz, then click on any of their articles. There's a square ad inserted in the middle of the article. Keep refreshing until it serves up the Bluefly ad. There're a 10% off over $100 and a $15 off $100. I had the $15 off earlier, but lost it after I closed my cart.

If you can't find any, then come on back to SF and click on the affiliate link here so SF gets some referral dough.
post #4 of 6
Those look good, Frye is solid from what I've read. These are pretty nice as well: http://www.bluefly.com/pages/product...&Nu=Product+ID
post #5 of 6
I purchased a pair of black chelsea boots from Bluefly a week ago.
I've only put about 12 miles on them and the right heel is already starting to separate from the sole a little bit and it makes a terribly annoying creeking sound when I step.

I'm actually planning to call Frye on my lunch-break to discuss the problem.
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Originally Posted by GameBoy
I purchased a pair of black chelsea boots from Bluefly a week ago.
I've only put about 12 miles on them and the right heel is already starting to separate from the sole a little bit and it makes a terribly annoying creeking sound when I step.

I'm actually planning to call Frye on my lunch-break to discuss the problem.

Good looking out man. Let us know how it works out. I might still buy these boots and get an extra tube of crazy glue, just in case.
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