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post #3346 of 6048
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Originally Posted by kczsilence View Post

Good to hear, thanks guys. So same deal, 8d us, 7.5e uk, and whatever the equivalent for Eu (41?) for me. Decisions decisions. Guess need to see if we get any traction on the Harlech or Coniston.

Not sure if I'm misunderstanding you, but for clarity, I am an 8D US, and I took 7E in both Harlechs and Conistons.
post #3347 of 6048
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Originally Posted by makewayhomer View Post

Is that with or without VAT?

Great question. Once I have the full options list I will post it here and attain clarity on the pricing details. So far this whole GMTO is preliminary...but has generated a ton of interest.

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Originally Posted by chipshot View Post

So any traction here.. I would be interested in this unlined beauty... Happy New Year Hoit!

Bruce, I love you man, you're a great human being...but I hope those chukkas never see the light of day. They are quite literally as repulsive as they are offensive.
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Originally Posted by Threeputt View Post

Might be interested as well. Em r some beauties and I need a shell boot in my collection. Would prefer a sleeker sole than commando. Look forward to seeing the options.

This would make your first forray into the wonderful world of shell? Be very careful sir...They tend to multiply quickly.

PS: I personally love the commando sole...but again the options will all be decided democratically.
post #3348 of 6048
325 Whiskey CapToe Boot I'd get on board with. As for MrVanneri, those boots would be perfect for Desert Trails, unlined, cool, sometimes it's about getting the job done in total comfort. This is why they are commonly called Desert Boots.
post #3349 of 6048
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Originally Posted by BootSpell View Post

Not sure if I'm misunderstanding you, but for clarity, I am an 8D US, and I took 7E in both Harlechs and Conistons.

Should have clarified, I'm a 9D US, so I would be I guess an 8E US (that was my mistake) in the 325 and 341 last from everyone's replies.

Which boot is actually on the radar at the moment?
post #3350 of 6048
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Originally Posted by kczsilence View Post


Should have clarified, I'm a 9D US, so I would be I guess an 8E US (that was my mistake) in the 325 and 341 last from everyone's replies.

Which boot is actually on the radar at the moment?

 

I will let others answer what is on the radar at the moment as I am not involved in those.  I'm currently waiting for the Zug GMTO Snowdons.

post #3351 of 6048
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Originally Posted by kczsilence View Post

Should have clarified, I'm a 9D US, so I would be I guess an 8E US (that was my mistake) in the 325 and 341 last from everyone's replies.

Which boot is actually on the radar at the moment?

You would probably be an 8e UK but it's confusing BC you're referring to US size twice for some reason.
post #3352 of 6048
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Originally Posted by kczsilence View Post

Good to hear, thanks guys. So same deal, 8d us, 7.5e uk, and whatever the equivalent for Eu (41?) for me. Decisions decisions. Guess need to see if we get any traction on the Harlech or Coniston.

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Originally Posted by Threeputt View Post

Might be interested as well. Em r some beauties and I need a shell boot in my collection. Would prefer a sleeker sole than commando. Look forward to seeing the options.

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Originally Posted by chipshot View Post

325 Whiskey CapToe Boot I'd get on board with. As for MrVanneri, those boots would be perfect for Desert Trails, unlined, cool, sometimes it's about getting the job done in total comfort. This is why they are commonly called Desert Boots.

So is there anybody else interested in Coniston in whiskey shell.
post #3353 of 6048
Everywhere I've read, seems zesize 1 full size down. But that's just what I read. I would love them. Need to keep up with this thread. Need to justify getting two shell cordovan boots!
post #3354 of 6048
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Originally Posted by Watchman1 View Post
 

@TommyB And @bespoken pa 

 

Thanks guys.  I appreciate the advice.  

 

From what I understand the 341 is actually a roomy last.  And yet very aesthetically appealing as well.

 

I am really looking forward to receiving these Harlech's, they were a serious grail for me.

 

Every since I first saw @mdubs Harlech's last year.

 

Thanks.

341 is more long and narrow than roomy in my opinion 

post #3355 of 6048
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Originally Posted by Watchman1 View Post

So you chaps were sizing down 1.5 from your US size on 341?

What I did:

 

11.5 US (alden grant)

10.5 UK - EG 

10 CJ 341 - very long last 

post #3356 of 6048
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by chipshot View Post

So any traction here.. I would be interested in this unlined beauty... Happy New Year Hoit!

Happy new year to you Chipsy! Unfortunately hardly any interest in these beauts. Maybe there will be more takers in the spring?
post #3357 of 6048
As we're expected the zug Snowdon in a handful of months, I am wondering if we can get a running list of individuals who may be interested in a second run. What I'm thinking of is below:

Boot: Snowdon
Leather: Zug
Veldt construction
Full bellow tongue
Speed hooks
Sole: Ridgeway
Faux cap toe (similar to the EG's Galway)

Anyone interested? If so, I can assist in coordination and inquiry if the materials are available.
post #3358 of 6048

I am interested on joining the whiskey cordovan Harlech order. Looking forward to hearing the options.  

post #3359 of 6048
I'm hoping for a dark brown Harlech and whiskey Coniston both in shell cordovan. But will wait to see what comes up in group interest
post #3360 of 6048
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Originally Posted by kczsilence View Post

I'm hoping for a dark brown Harlech and whiskey Coniston both in shell cordovan. But will wait to see what comes up in group interest

 

Dark Brown Harlech's can be had all day long here:

 

http://www.crockettandjones.com/product/harlech-darkbrown

 

I think you may be able to get them a tad bit cheaper ordering from the UK

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