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post #61 of 74
From what I know of the newer collection will start popping out from end of December on..
post #62 of 74
Own two pair fit great
post #63 of 74
...uh yeah, but do they fit great true to size?
post #64 of 74
YES mine do............
post #65 of 74
I wear 10 in sneakers like Sperry Top Siders and I wear 9's in Redwing GT boots. The 10s in the Manny Chukkas were way too big and I could barely get my foot in the 9's, the 9.5s worked for me. True to size I'd say. They look good in jeans too, haven't tried them on with anything else.
post #66 of 74
I wear an 9.5 in Addidas samba milleniums, 8.5 in Kenneth Cole dress shoes. What size Frye Chukka's do you think I should get?
post #67 of 74
Yeah I used to have an old pair of Kenneth Cole dress shoes that were 9.5, try a 9. If you can, buy them in a couple sizes and return the ones that don't fit. They sell them on Zappos too as well as many other places but tobi has the cheapest price.
post #68 of 74
hey folks. i've been looking for a forum thread or something similar to address the issue of frye's fit specific to larger mens sizes in the heaths, but am not having any luck.

i measure 13-1/2 (13-1/4 on one foot, actually), but typically have to size up to 14 as very few manufacturers offer 1/2 sizing above 13. i have a pair of danner super rain forests, and they're 14s - looser than i'd ideally like, but a better fit than the 13s. i'd love to pick up a pair of the heath motos, but they stop at 13. does anyone have any experience with the heaths in this size range? it would be awesome if they ran a 1/2 size large, as that would make them perfect for me.

thanks in advance for any help.
post #69 of 74
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Edited by Radagast - 12/31/11 at 9:06am
post #70 of 74
Looking for a pair of logger boots and this is the one that caught my eyes. Frye logger boots: http://www.thefryecompany.com/mens-boots/view-all/87927/logger#/mens-boots/view-all/87927/logger?color=DBN

Made In USA.

Yay or nay?
post #71 of 74
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Originally Posted by bellyhungry View Post

Looking for a pair of logger boots and this is the one that caught my eyes. Frye logger boots: http://www.thefryecompany.com/mens-boots/view-all/87927/logger#/mens-boots/view-all/87927/logger?color=DBN

Made In USA.

Yay or nay?

 

Sorry no one answered you - but once you into buying quality boots, I suspect you already looking for your next pair!

 

A great web sit to get fab deals is www.6pm.com

 

Here are examples:

FRYE LOGGER - Reg $248, on Sale:  $179.00 with free shipping and returns (owned by zappos.com)

 

FRYE COBB HIKER - Reg $348.00, on sale for $188.84

 

They currently have 624 styles on sale in the Womens section, and 196 styles in the Men's.

 

Great selection in case your size is out of stock.

 

All my best,


David

post #72 of 74
Just picked up these Frye Arkansas pebble grain boots. Made in USA, Goodyear welt, etc. Looks like a direct competitor to the Wolverine 1000 Mile boot, costs as much but not quite as good as the 1k's. I'm happy wtih them though. Anyway, here are some pics:



post #73 of 74
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Originally Posted by bl@ster View Post

Just picked up these Frye Arkansas pebble grain boots. Made in USA, Goodyear welt, etc. Looks like a direct competitor to the Wolverine 1000 Mile boot, costs as much but not quite as good as the 1k's. I'm happy wtih them though. Anyway, here are some pics:



Nice choice.  Interesting sole - heel combination in materials.

post #74 of 74
Picked up a pair of Frye chukkas on Ebay. So far, they're my favorite shoe ever.

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