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post #151 of 220
I picked up my second pair of sand suedes (same deal as you). I'm going to dub them and use them as my work boots, along with my iron rangers.
post #152 of 220
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I picked up my second pair of sand suedes (same deal as you). I'm going to dub them and use them as my work boots, along with my iron rangers.

 

 

Would love to see pics and details on that.

post #153 of 220

Just wanted to let you all know that the service boot in crazy horse is on sale at Snake oil provisions for $185. Looks like most sizes too

 

http://www.snakeoilprovisions.com/footwear/6-service-boot 

post #154 of 220
Sold out. Has anyone seen the service boot in a wide size? The chippewa site says it comes in wide but i can't find anybody that sells it.
post #155 of 220
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Sold out. Has anyone seen the service boot in a wide size? The chippewa site says it comes in wide but i can't find anybody that sells it.


Where I found them on line I never saw wide sizes offered. I am usually a 10E so I just got 10.5 D and they are fine. I hope that helps.

post #156 of 220
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Sold out. Has anyone seen the service boot in a wide size? The chippewa site says it comes in wide but i can't find anybody that sells it.

If you want it in cordovan colour, ll bean carries EE sizing. The boots are slightly different, as they have no chippewa stamp on the side(i think this is a plus), and round laces, also they're cheaper at 210$.
http://m.llbean.com/llbean/product.html#78205
post #157 of 220
Anyone know where to get the Service or Homestead boots in the UK in UK size 12 (US 12.5 I think?)
post #158 of 220
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Anyone know where to get the Service or Homestead boots in the UK in UK size 12 (US 12.5 I think?)


 I have never seen a online UK store sell them. You could just have them shipped over, and I think you got the sizing correct.

post #159 of 220
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 I have never seen a online UK store sell them. You could just have them shipped over, and I think you got the sizing correct.

Good to know about the sizing, thanks. Sadly most places I've seen them in the US won't sell internationally. I saw Schott's store will but they don't have 12.5, perhaps I could get away with the US 12 but the shipping pretty much doubles the price - if I did that I might as well get some Wolverines, Red Wings or even Oak Street Bootmakers or something, all of which appear to be more readily available over here, oddly enough.
post #160 of 220
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Good to know about the sizing, thanks. Sadly most places I've seen them in the US won't sell internationally. I saw Schott's store will but they don't have 12.5, perhaps I could get away with the US 12 but the shipping pretty much doubles the price - if I did that I might as well get some Wolverines, Red Wings or even Oak Street Bootmakers or something, all of which appear to be more readily available over here, oddly enough.

 

 

Have you check with any of these in the link below? Click on "International"

 

http://www.chippewaboots.com/retailers/

post #161 of 220

I ordered both the current LL Bean Katahdin (Cordovan) and the J Crew Service Boot (Chippewa Brown)  in size 9.5 just so I can compare side by side.  The J Crew boots are slightly more sleek and less work boot like than the Katahdins.  The toe box on the JC boot is not as large and the heel is also a bit more narrow.  The LLBean boot appears to be based off of the GQ Apache while the the JC boot appears to be based of the heritage line service boot.  The leather on the JC boot feels like a higher quality leather as well.  Overall, though more expensive, I like the JC boot more.  I am wondering though, what differences there are between the JC boot and the regular heritage line service boot other than the hooks because the non JC version is a little cheaper and has a 360 welt. 

post #162 of 220
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Have you check with any of these in the link below? Click on "International"

http://www.chippewaboots.com/retailers/

Yeah I checked out the UK stockist: The Butler Company. They just have what looks like a placeholder site with an email address, no web store or anything. I've emailed but not heard back from yet.

Edit: If a 12.5 isn't available would it be better to size down to a 12 or up to a 13? I've had some shoes in UK 11.5 before, which would be US 12, I've also heard Chippewas can be on the roomy side?
Edited by Spong - 2/15/14 at 12:17am
post #163 of 220

PSA . . . J. Crew sand suede and black service are now down to half off ($130).  Code is "EXTRA50".

post #164 of 220
Anybody know what ever happened to the "Reserve" collection? Did they actually end up producing them with these leathers and soles?

http://archive.wrgmag.com/project-las-vegas-chippewa-work-boots/
post #165 of 220
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Anybody know what ever happened to the "Reserve" collection? Did they actually end up producing them with these leathers and soles?

http://archive.wrgmag.com/project-las-vegas-chippewa-work-boots/

I was wondering about this too the other day. Did some digging around the web to see if any Reserve stuff was available and came up with absolutely nothing.
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