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Ooo must be that chukka that was posted on Instagram a little while back!
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Thread Starter 
Oak Street Bootmakers for Steven Alan Exclusive
Officially available beginning 11/09/13 at the Chicago Trunk Show - by phone or in person
*If you'd like to lock your pair up before the release, call Steven Alan and ask for Drew - (773) 697-4102

Black Horween® Chromexcel® leather
True Goodyear Welt Construction
Dainite® Soles
Stacked leather heel with Dainite® top lift
Calfskin vamp lining
Fully recraftable. Handcrafted in the USA.
**2 sets of laces - round black cotton & black rawhide

Built on our Elston Last – a unique last providing exceptional fit and shape. Developed to embody the character of Chicago, the Elston last is engineered specifically for the trench boot providing the comfort yet durability demanded of the every-man.

The 2 sets of different laces that come with the boots allow the owner to select his preference between a traditional round cotton, or the tough black rawhide.

Black Dainite Trench Chukka:

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Originally Posted by OakStreetBootmakers View Post

Oak Street Bootmakers for Steven Alan Exclusive
Officially available beginning 11/09/13 at the Chicago Trunk Show - by phone or in person
*If you'd like to lock your pair up before the release, call Steven Alan and ask for Drew - (773) 697-4102

Black Horween® Chromexcel® leather
True Goodyear Welt Construction
Dainite® Soles
Stacked leather heel with Dainite® top lift
Calfskin vamp lining
Fully recraftable. Handcrafted in the USA.
**2 sets of laces - round black cotton & black rawhide

Built on our Elston Last – a unique last providing exceptional fit and shape. Developed to embody the character of Chicago, the Elston last is engineered specifically for the trench boot providing the comfort yet durability demanded of the every-man.

The 2 sets of different laces that come with the boots allow the owner to select his preference between a traditional round cotton, or the tough black rawhide.

Black Dainite Trench Chukka:

Those are sick...saving my pennies for some black OSB's for sure now! Never worn many black shoes but I will find a way to work these in. 

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Originally Posted by OakStreetBootmakers View Post

Oak Street Bootmakers for Steven Alan Exclusive
Officially available beginning 11/09/13 at the Chicago Trunk Show - by phone or in person
*If you'd like to lock your pair up before the release, call Steven Alan and ask for Drew - (773) 697-4102

Black Horween® Chromexcel® leather
True Goodyear Welt Construction
Dainite® Soles
Stacked leather heel with Dainite® top lift
Calfskin vamp lining
Fully recraftable. Handcrafted in the USA.
**2 sets of laces - round black cotton & black rawhide

Built on our Elston Last – a unique last providing exceptional fit and shape. Developed to embody the character of Chicago, the Elston last is engineered specifically for the trench boot providing the comfort yet durability demanded of the every-man.

The 2 sets of different laces that come with the boots allow the owner to select his preference between a traditional round cotton, or the tough black rawhide.

Black Dainite Trench Chukka:


Very very nice 👌
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There has never been - but there will be - on this side of the year

That's awesome! Would make a nice Christmas gift. (Hopefully it would be available before Christmas haha)
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PSA: a few OSBs are on sale at Gentry. Use code TAKE20 through Sunday.
http://gentrynyc.com/collections/oak-street-bootmakers




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Well...I was planning on waiting on Christmas money.
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Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post

PSA: a few OSBs are on sale at Gentry. Use code TAKE20 through Sunday.
http://gentrynyc.com/collections/oak-street-bootmakers





Saw that but shame they don't have my size !
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I saw a bunch of awesome exclusives(?) over at French Garments Cleaners in BK. Peanut suede 3-eye chukka, brown cxl leather soled trench oxford/chukka (super sharp looking, thinking I may pull the trigger on the oxford). Ill take pics if I think of it tomorrow.

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Ok, what is so great about this danite sole? Never worn one before, sell me!
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The shoes fit well and are comfortable. Maybe I'm just being obsessive, but after a few wears, the leather is creasing in a different pattern on both boots. Should I be concerned or is this normal? 

 

 

 

Camera isn't so good, but you can see that the creasing is very fine on the one of the left while the right has thicker creasing patterns. It's more obvious in normal light in person. 

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Originally Posted by cemeg View Post
 

The shoes fit well and are comfortable. Maybe I'm just being obsessive, but after a few wears, the leather is creasing in a different pattern on both boots. Should I be concerned or is this normal? 

 

 

 

Camera isn't so good, but you can see that the creasing is very fine on the one of the left while the right has thicker creasing patterns. It's more obvious in normal light in person. 

Dude, totally normal. Your feet aren't exactly the same, and your gait will largely determine how these wear. They are workbooks, beat the shit out of them and live your life. 

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Originally Posted by 45bur View Post
 

Dude, totally normal. Your feet aren't exactly the same, and your gait will largely determine how these wear. They are workbooks, beat the shit out of them and live your life. 

Thanks. Makes me feel better. The crease pattern happens all over the boot where one creases very thinly and the other is thick. Was just worried about quality and what not since none of my other boots did that. 

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Originally Posted by cemeg View Post
 

The shoes fit well and are comfortable. Maybe I'm just being obsessive, but after a few wears, the leather is creasing in a different pattern on both boots. Should I be concerned or is this normal?

 

 

 

Camera isn't so good, but you can see that the creasing is very fine on the one of the left while the right has thicker creasing patterns. It's more obvious in normal light in person.

 

 

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Originally Posted by 45bur View Post
 

Dude, totally normal. Your feet aren't exactly the same, and your gait will largely determine how these wear. They are workbooks, beat the shit out of them and live your life.

 

 

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Originally Posted by cemeg View Post
 

Thanks. Makes me feel better. The crease pattern happens all over the boot where one creases very thinly and the other is thick. Was just worried about quality and what not since none of my other boots did that.

 

Read, and enjoy your boots: http://www.theshoesnobblog.com/2013/10/mythbuster-part-1-leather-creasing-means-something-is-wrong.html

post #1845 of 3000
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Originally Posted by 45bur View Post
 

Dude, totally normal. Your feet aren't exactly the same, and your gait will largely determine how these wear. They are workbooks, beat the shit out of them and live your life. 

Ha. 45bur, I wanna buy you a beer. Can I just steal that line from this point forward? "Dude, just [something relevant] and live your life." 

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