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post #826 of 1326
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Originally Posted by gsgleason View Post

Does anyone know if Vince changed something with lasting/production that gives boots significantly more volume? The Dark Olive I recently got is much more loose than the Snuff Mohawk.

Yes, as has been discussed over on Reddit, by a Truman employee, they have made changes, including a thinner sock liner and other things which I don't know precisely.
post #827 of 1326
Is everybody else as excited about shell cordovan Trumans as I am?
post #828 of 1326
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Originally Posted by Whirling View Post

Is everybody else as excited about shell cordovan Trumans as I am?
Didn't catch this till I saw your post
Navy shell! They look unbelievable
post #829 of 1326
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Originally Posted by avsmusic1 View Post


Didn't catch this till I saw your post
Navy shell! They look unbelievable

Are they actually offering it?

 

The instagram post tags guardedgoods which makes me thing /u/Deusis over on reddit provided the shell.

post #830 of 1326
The MTO Buyer may have provided the shell, and I would do the same.

edit: wheen beat me to it
post #831 of 1326
The customer may have provided the shell in this case, but Truman will be selling shell soon to the general public. I can't wait...
post #832 of 1326
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Originally Posted by Whirling View Post

The customer may have provided the shell in this case, but Truman will be selling shell soon to the general public. I can't wait...

 

Correct! I provided the shell cordovan as a test but these will be offered in this color and possibly others in the near future. Consider me the guinea pig.

post #833 of 1326

Sample sale FYI.  Its been live for about 2 hrs, still stuff left

 

http://www.trumanboot.com/shop/boots/sample-sale/

post #834 of 1326

some folks snagged some really badass boots today

 

My favorites were the black kudu and the Navy Cavalier 

post #835 of 1326


Can anyone please help me to figure out what kind of boots these are? I'm absolutely in love with them. Style/brand? And where I can get them?
post #836 of 1326
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Can anyone please help me to figure out what kind of boots these are? I'm absolutely in love with them. Style/brand? And where I can get them?

 

I don't think this is the right place to be asking that question

post #837 of 1326
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I don't think this is the right place to be asking that question

I know. I'm just trying to ask anywhere. I can't find them for the life of me.
post #838 of 1326

Classic shoulder still in stock in size 9!  That's a great boot...

post #839 of 1326
Looking to order my first Truman's, between marrone horse or snuff waxy mohawk. The website pictures look to have a reddish undertone, is this true in person? I like the reddish undertone.... thanks
post #840 of 1326

Just want to give a little feedback after wearing my Blue Madrone's with the RLH sole a ton...this really only applies if you have big feet I think...I am not sure if they offer a bigger size or if if Vince used the largest he had...anyway it really gives you a lot of foot wobble due to the lugs being pretty far away from the edge of the boot...so much so that for a few wears I was getting big toe pain from always stabalizing itself. I have worn them so much that that has stopped.. as they wear down and firm up some(as RLH will do) I do not forsee it being a problem.

 

Just a word of caution as I can see some hating the foot feel of it out of the box...The blue madrone is so nice that I don't even want a blue shell boot now which was a lust of mine. My boot size is 13 so I could see this being an issue with say size 12 and up.

 

looking forward to my Java waxed and if any new styles when they hit.

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