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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

I'd be interested in that exact boot as shown. My only issue would be timing. Boot season is already upon us. If it would take a while then I might just wait to order it in advance of fall 2016.

 

You and I both. I've been nagging Justin about this exact pair since he showed them on this thread sometime back. Pfft, and love at first sight isn't real...

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Originally Posted by The Shoe Snob View Post

I appreciate that, thank you and hope that you have been enjoying your burgundy Wedgwoods.

Absolutely. Favorite pair of boots in the rotation.
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Originally Posted by Shawl Lapel View Post

Absolutely. Favorite pair of boots in the rotation.

Love to hear that!! Thank you for making me smile!
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Rainier MTO in Burgundy Calf/Black Suede

http://blog.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/2015/11/rainier-mto/

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I dropped by yesterday at the trunk show and I must say that Justin's line of shoes look beautiful in person. The lasts shape are perfect and I love the styling ....I couldn't resist and ended up ordering two pairs. I

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Originally Posted by enrboy View Post

I dropped by yesterday at the trunk show and I must say that Justin's line of shoes look beautiful in person. The lasts shape are perfect and I love the styling ....I couldn't resist and ended up ordering two pairs. I

I don't blame you! Between that and the hell of a deal he was offering, it was hard not to buy.
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What was the deal?

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Originally Posted by Trqmaster View Post

Guess I'm just not really a fan of pebble. It seems too casual to go with the dressier smooth calf. Personal preference.

Anyway, I never understood why there are so many shoes with pebble uppers and smooth lowers. For winter, wouldn't smooth calf get dirty easier than pebble? Wouldn't one want pebble on the bottom and smooth on the shaft? Does it not look right the other way? Can't say I've seen it the other way.

I was just catching up on the thread and had the same thought. I don't understand grain uppers on any boots unless the entire boot is grain. If you do contrasting uppers and lowers, I would take suede uppers every time. So comfortable and love the contrast.
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Originally Posted by The Shoe Snob View Post

Rainier MTO in Burgundy Calf/Black Suede

http://blog.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/2015/11/rainier-mto/


Nicer than the AS style they sell at Herrings IMO
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beginner questions:

 

I like the way his shoes look.  how do I buy them? credit card?  ship to Massachusetts?  if they don't fit, can I return them?

 

I do love his shoes.

 

best

 

bob     and thanks!:) 

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Originally Posted by RobertE View Post

beginner questions:

I like the way his shoes look.  how do I buy them?
Go here: http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/

credit card? 
Yes

ship to Massachusetts?
Free shipping to USA: http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/pages/shipping

if they don't fit, can I return them?
You can return if they don't fit but you'll pay the shipping: http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/pages/returns


I do love his shoes.

best

bob     and thanks!smile.gif  

If you have sizing questions just email. Justin is really good about answering questions.
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THANK YOU Shawl! do you own any of his shoes?  like them?

 

have a great  day

bob

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THANK YOU Shawl! do you own any of his shoes?  like them?

 

have a great  day

bob

I own 3 (going to be 4 once my MTO comes) pairs and love his designs. Width options are limited outside of MTO, so if you have wide feet you might consider taking a half size up. If you're blessed with normal feet, have at it. You'll be hard pressed to find better construction, materials, last shape, or design at the price point offered. 

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THANK YOU rbhan!

 

I WOULD like to support his business, and the price is much lower than Edward green!

 

best

 

bob and thanks:)

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THANK YOU Shawl! do you own any of his shoes?  like them?

have a great  day
bob

Wedgwood boots that I reviewed elsewhere in this thread. Great boots. I think the new last he has for his button boots might fit me better. I'll definitely be buying more from him in the future
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