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post #1576 of 2331
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Originally Posted by singsong View Post

Does anyone have experience with pull on ankle boots like these? Cannot find any product pages/images of these ones with the XL Extralight sole.

I want to make sure the uppers are narrow enough to be worn under slim pants, and am having second thoughts about that. Probably should have just waited for some zipper ones, but these are definitely slimmer than most of the pull on ankle boots I can find pictures of.

i have them u cannot tuck them under slim boots the tops are pretty loose
post #1577 of 2331
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Originally Posted by thisstylishlife View Post

What's the consensus on Sock Ramones sizing? I wear a 42 in Geos, Ramones, and Island Dunks, but have heard these feel a bit bigger due to the stretch.


Also, someone should buy these, $1280 CAD for last season's Socks, size 44 only though: http://www.kokko.me/men-footwear-casual-shoes-rick-owens-leather-shoes-sock-sneaks-ru15f7872-lssp/dp/16247

definitely one size down, at least for SS16 - the footbed of the 42 is a full size too big for me and i'm typically a 42 in all rick.
Edited by curiouscharles - 4/1/16 at 4:13pm
post #1578 of 2331
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definitely one size down, at least for SS16 - the footbed of the 43 is a full size too big for me and i'm typically a 42 in all rick.

So, stick with a 42 like kunk said and I should be good?
post #1579 of 2331
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Originally Posted by thisstylishlife View Post

So, stick with a 42 like kunk said and I should be good?

sorry, minced my words - i meant to say the 42 was a full size too big in the foot for me, and i'm always a 42 in Rick.
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I definitely size down on sock ramones. Sometimes even down 2 because the leather stretches out a lot. 

post #1581 of 2331

I sized down 1 from my usual Rick sneaker size FWIW.

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I have a RO stooges hanging in my wardrobe, and has done for quite a while now. It is just too small for me (size S). Contemplating selling it on the classifieds, but not really sure what to ask for it. It's pretty much brand spanking new, leather isnt worn in, etc. It's the calf leather version, and the leather feels really nice and it just screams "use me". What should i ask for it? I still have the receipt, bought for 1850 euro at their store in Paris.

 

Edit: Black, of course.


Edited by effay - 4/2/16 at 6:36am
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Originally Posted by effay View Post

I have a RO stooges hanging in my wardrobe, and has done for quite a while now. It is just too small for me (size S). Contemplating selling it on the classifieds, but not really sure what to ask for it. It's pretty much brand spanking new, leather isnt worn in, etc. It's the calf leather version, and the leather feels really nice and it just screams "use me". What should i ask for it? I still have the receipt, bought for 1850 euro at their store in Paris.

Edit: Black, of course.

Bit hard to tell you without more details such as what season, what type of leather. If i were to sell either of my stooges i'd ask for over 1000, if you paid 1850 euro maybe try listing for 1500 usd and then just drop price until a buyer pops up eventually.
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Im guessing spring/fall 2012, so yeah, its been in my wardrobe a while...

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Originally Posted by effay View Post

I have a RO stooges hanging in my wardrobe, and has done for quite a while now. It is just too small for me (size S). Contemplating selling it on the classifieds, but not really sure what to ask for it. It's pretty much brand spanking new, leather isnt worn in, etc. It's the calf leather version, and the leather feels really nice and it just screams "use me". What should i ask for it? I still have the receipt, bought for 1850 euro at their store in Paris.

Edit: Black, of course.

the only stooges that sells for decent money is any of the heavy calf leather versions, FW10 is the money, but any heavy calf leather version you can start at around $1,500.00 USD and work down, just as sinnedk suggests.
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Originally Posted by curiouscharles View Post

the only stooges that sells for decent money is any of the heavy calf leather versions, FW10 is the money, but any heavy calf leather version you can start at around $1,500.00 USD and work down, just as sinnedk suggests.

Trust this man he knows what's up. That and he sells RO :-p
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That looks identical to the one i have. The leather is fairly shiny though it doesn't seem all that heavy to me. Tag says RU 7762/LB if that tells you anything.


Edited by effay - 4/2/16 at 1:54pm
post #1588 of 2331
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Originally Posted by thisstylishlife View Post

So, stick with a 42 like kunk said and I should be good?

i am a 46 in all rick footwear fwiw don't make an expensive purchase you will regret better a bit too big than a b9t too small
post #1589 of 2331
so i just got a new stooges from ebay...i got a 52 but would probably prefer a 50. the midsection is a little loose. has anyone had any luck altering any of the leather jackets?
post #1590 of 2331
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post

i am a 46 in all rick footwear fwiw don't make an expensive purchase you will regret better a bit too big than a b9t too small

Thanks everyone for the size advice, might just have to order from a place with a good return policy or ideally get somewhere I can try them on.
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