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post #1006 of 1328
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Originally Posted by M635Guy View Post
 

Those look really sweet!

 

I vote flat waxed


x 2

post #1007 of 1328
Here is a another picture..

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post #1008 of 1328
For once I prefer round. Why not rawhide?
post #1009 of 1328
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Originally Posted by mogili222 View Post

Here is a another picture..

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The amarettos are great! Received mine but had to send them back since they were a half size too small. I'll post pics when my replacement pair comes in. Enjoy your pair!
post #1010 of 1328
Speaking of horsehide, Standard & Strange is going to have two stock models coming soon (I think): reverse Kudu and horse hide with a rough out toe cap and heel counter.
post #1011 of 1328
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Originally Posted by mogili222 View Post

Truman boots in Amaretto horse hide.. The leather is amazing and the construction is really good.....

Ignore the different laces on each boot.. was just trying to see which ones looked best


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Love to see a straight on side shot if you get the chance..
post #1012 of 1328

Can anyone possibly help me out here,

 

So I wore my marrone trumans for the first time yesterday. We had some moderate rain. I was walking outside for maybe 1 hour in total in the rain. Anyway, when I got in my car I noticed my toes felt a bit wet, when I got home I took my boot off and put my hand towards the toe area. It felt a bit damp and looking outside, there was a "wet" spot on the toes. It was only on the toes too. I've included two pictures here, one of the outside and one inside.

 

http://i.imgur.com/ELwx72Y.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/5pZEODm.jpg

 

Can anyone think what may have happened? I highly doubt water seeped through the double stitchdown and leather. And it was only concentrated in the toe, could it have been sweat? Any advice or insight at all would be appreciated. It's odd that a full leather stitchdown boot got wet on the inside so please share your thoughts.

post #1013 of 1328
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Originally Posted by linafelt View Post


Love to see a straight on side shot if you get the chance..

Here you go..

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post #1014 of 1328
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Originally Posted by mogili222 View Post

Here you go..

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Really nice! Some of my favorite Trumans I've seen.
post #1015 of 1328
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Originally Posted by SirKrimzon View Post

Can anyone possibly help me out here,

So I wore my marrone trumans for the first time yesterday. We had some moderate rain. I was walking outside for maybe 1 hour in total in the rain. Anyway, when I got in my car I noticed my toes felt a bit wet, when I got home I took my boot off and put my hand towards the toe area. It felt a bit damp and looking outside, there was a "wet" spot on the toes. It was only on the toes too. I've included two pictures here, one of the outside and one inside.

http://i.imgur.com/ELwx72Y.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/5pZEODm.jpg

Can anyone think what may have happened? I highly doubt water seeped through the double stitchdown and leather. And it was only concentrated in the toe, could it have been sweat? Any advice or insight at all would be appreciated. It's odd that a full leather stitchdown boot got wet on the inside so please share your thoughts.

Honestly, I just think the water seeped through.
post #1016 of 1328
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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post

For once I prefer round. Why not rawhide?

Not a fan of rawhide...
post #1017 of 1328
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Originally Posted by mogili222 View Post

Not a fan of rawhide...

I think the flat waxed look great.
post #1018 of 1328

How can it seep through in such light rain mate?

post #1019 of 1328
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Originally Posted by linafelt View Post


Honestly, I just think the water seeped through.

how can it seep through such light rain man?

post #1020 of 1328
That black Kudu RO derby is the business!
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