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Any chance of a restock for sizes sold out?
post #107 of 186
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Any chance of a restock for sizes sold out?

perhaps;

if we blow out of these I might be able to facilitate a restock - it all depends on timing, since we have to wait a while after ordering to actually receive these. I can say with some certainty that we hope to be doing more limited release products like this so if you miss the kudu there might be something new around the corner. we can also facilitate MTO pairs, but the costs go up in that event. if there seems to be room for a restock I'll be sure to touch base with interested parties before I put in the numbers, I'd love to get these on the feet of everyone interested!
post #108 of 186
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Gitman Brothers SS15 Now Online




Hi Guys, our Gitman Vintage madras are up on the web, check em out here.
Edited by Portland Dry Goods - 5/12/15 at 1:25pm
post #109 of 186

I've never bought Rancourts before but I'm loving the Chandler Camp moc. Do you have any sizing advice for both the loafer and camp moc?

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I've never bought Rancourts before but I'm loving the Chandler Camp moc. Do you have any sizing advice for both the loafer and camp moc?

true to size generally works with Rancourt in our experience - the kudu doesn't stretch so its not advised to size down to counteract that in this particular slip on. You might have to sneak up here and check em out before tourist season really kicks off! For whatever it's worth, I take a 10 in most of my sneakers, a 9.5 in red wings (chukka, and iron ranger), and a 9.5 in the camp or loafer. Hope this helps.
post #111 of 186
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PDG Private Label Shirting is Now Online





Linens, Textured Cottons & Madras, Slim Fits. More of the same from our private label shirting, all made in Fall River, MA. please note that the white/black/yellow plaid is a popover! wouldn't want someone to find that it has half of the buttons they wanted when it arrived on their doorstep. non-coincidentally it's my favorite of the bunch.
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true to size generally works with Rancourt in our experience - the kudu doesn't stretch so its not advised to size down to counteract that in this particular slip on. You might have to sneak up here and check em out before tourist season really kicks off! For whatever it's worth, I take a 10 in most of my sneakers, a 9.5 in red wings (chukka, and iron ranger), and a 9.5 in the camp or loafer. Hope this helps.

 

Thanks Dustin. I'm heading up your way Monday or Tues this week. Fingers crossed you have something that works. I'm an 11D via brannock. Hope all is well.

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Thanks Dustin. I'm heading up your way Monday or Tues this week. Fingers crossed you have something that works. I'm an 11D via brannock. Hope all is well.

crossing mine too - we've got a few things here that might fit the bill.

see you then! I'll be in house both days.
post #114 of 186

Big thanks to Dustin at PDG for stellar service as usual. I picked up the gorgeous flint kudu Rancourt loafers last week and am loving them. PDG really hit one out of the park with this makeup. Dustin indicated he was going for an ultra comfortable shoe and accomplished that goal tenfold. These will be my perfect air travel shoe. It's my first pair of Rancourts and while I've considered making up something like this for years now, I just never took the time. Being able to try them on made it an easy decision for me. The crepe is like walking on air and the unlined kudu suede upper so soft out of the box.

 

The color varies from a gray to brown depending on the light. In the far-from-ideal direct sunlight, they end up more brown. Indoors or overcast light, the gray takes over.

 

Well done PDG & Rancourt!

 

 

 

 

post #115 of 186
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good to see you Patrick! Thanks for the kind words.
post #116 of 186
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PDG Post-Memorial Day Lookbook

We were lucky to have an opportunity to take some shots with our friend Ryan, who runs a cool local shop called MORE & CO with a super creative team of people. I styled a few looks with some of our more interesting products - here's a few of those shots & a rundown of what items we styled. The whole idea was taking these more outlandish clothes and styling them for everyday wear - getting a beer or heading to a cookout. Hope you dig it!


Barbour x Deus Ex Machina Hornet Jacket, Sunbleached Olive
Battenwear 5 Pocket Island Shirt, Hawaiian Floral


Barbour x White Mountaineering Mountain Parka, Bark
Engineered Garments Khaki Herringbone Work Shirt
Wings + Horns Westpoint Chino
Seavees Navy Linen Canvas Slip Ons


Snow Peak Rain & Wind Resistance Jacket, Charcoal
Engineered Garments Olive Cotton Ripstop Fatigue Pant
(Brisket Sandwich from Salvage BBQ)
post #117 of 186
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Originally Posted by patrick_b View Post

Big thanks to Dustin at PDG for stellar service as usual. I picked up the gorgeous flint kudu Rancourt loafers last week and am loving them. PDG really hit one out of the park with this makeup. Dustin indicated he was going for an ultra comfortable shoe and accomplished that goal tenfold. These will be my perfect air travel shoe. It's my first pair of Rancourts and while I've considered making up something like this for years now, I just never took the time. Being able to try them on made it an easy decision for me. The crepe is like walking on air and the unlined kudu suede upper so soft out of the box.

The color varies from a gray to brown depending on the light. In the far-from-ideal direct sunlight, they end up more brown. Indoors or overcast light, the gray takes over.

Well done PDG & Rancourt!
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Beautiful photos! I was just thinking to myself the other day how the camp mocs read more gray-brown in certain light.
post #118 of 186
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Beautiful photos! I was just thinking to myself the other day how the camp mocs read more gray-brown in certain light.

yup! the brown shows through which is why these are so much easier to match to a pant (compared to a full blown gray suede)
post #119 of 186
Did a quick stop in the store on my way from Boston back to Bangor today, and I have to say I am more than impressed! I am ecstatic to have my favorites brands available locally. And you stock by far the best of each collection. And the store itself is gorgeous, clean, and immaculate.

The Portland Dry Goods shirts are beautiful.. and there was one blue Workshirt in particular amongst the Barbour coats that I instantly fell in love with. Is there anyway to grab a flick of it!? I didn't see it on the site.
Thanks again!
Edited by jajordan378 - 6/5/15 at 8:15pm
post #120 of 186
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Did a quick stop in the store on my way from Boston back to Bangor today, and I have to say I am more than impressed! I am ecstatic to have my favorites brands available locally. And you stock by far the best of each collection. And the store itself is gorgeous, clean, and immaculate.

The Portland Dry Goods shirts are beautiful.. and there was one blue Workshirt in particular amongst the Barbour coats that I instantly fell in love with. Is there anyway to grab a flick of it!? I didn't see it on the site.
Thanks again!

Thanks for stopping by!

not sure which shirt you may have seen - this comes to mind


Barbour x White Mountaineering Peak Shirt

Mike moves things around pretty often - at any rate I'm glad you found some cool gear! we've just recieved some great goods to kick summer off and I think you had the first crack at them

Best,

D.O.
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