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The Janus is really nice stuff, hope more colours come out although I could buy both right now without regret.    Natty CXL RO is a slam dunk.  

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My natural "natty" roughout's. Almost a year old.


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Just about to order olive and now it is gone! :crazy:

what size?

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size 8

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Originally Posted by CityofChamps View Post

My natural "natty" roughout's. Almost a year old.


 

 

 

nice!

 

how often do u wear it?

 

the sole looks like its still in great condition!

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My natural "natty" roughout's. Almost a year old.


 

Those look great.  I'm kinda/sorta thinking that's my next pair, but then again Truman keeps surprising me w' new/unique/different stuff that I think I need instead.

 

Regardless, this thread needs more pics of well worn Truman boots.......

post #937 of 1324

I own 20+ pairs of boots but I now have a new favourite. Nothing better than having a vision for a MTO and it coming out perfectly.

 

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Congrats that is a stellar makeup - I have the Viberg in natural with the same heel config...one of my faves.

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I own 20+ pairs of boots but I now have a new favourite. Nothing better than having a vision for a MTO and it coming out perfectly.

 

 

 

Silly question.  HOws the heel flex on that?  Looks like it may wear stiff?

post #940 of 1324
that reverse kudu looks awesome. if i didnt have some navy shells coming, i would get those made.
post #941 of 1324
Truman's first week of work.
Absolutely loving them so far. Haven't worn my RW's since these came in.

After day one, natural stone retaining wall:



Lunch day three, rock removal and grading for a bioswale:


Anyone else use their Trumans this hard?
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Truman's first week of work.
Absolutely loving them so far. Haven't worn my RW's since these came in.

After day one, natural stone retaining wall:



Lunch day three, rock removal and grading for a bioswale:


Anyone else use their Trumans this hard?

Looks good! I am afraid I don't use mine that hard, but it is nice to see someone who puts them through their paces. Would you describe which leather and which sole you got on them? How do you clean and maintain them, if you do?
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Looks good! I am afraid I don't use mine that hard, but it is nice to see someone who puts them through their paces. Would you describe which leather and which sole you got on them? How do you clean and maintain them, if you do?

Coyote Roughout

-Commado Sole

-Size 11

-Cap Toe

-Remove Pull Tab

-7 Eyelets 

-Antique Brass

-Structured

 

Picture from the first day:

 

I only recently received them and have not cleaned them as of yet. The roughout seems to shed dirt and mud more readily than smooth leather.

 

For weekend use in the past I have cleaned off work boots with warm water and a horsehair brush. Rubbing excess water off with a towel, then leaving them open to dry, applying mink oil or conditioner and using shoe trees as necessary. However I'm still undecided on the cleaning regimen for tor these boots.

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Originally Posted by crackedleather View Post

Truman's first week of work.
Absolutely loving them so far. Haven't worn my RW's since these came in.

After day one, natural stone retaining wall: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Lunch day three, rock removal and grading for a bioswale: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Anyone else use their Trumans this hard?

 

My trumans got a scuff when I dropped one while putting it in my shoe rack...was like a three foot fall!!!!...LOL that is about how much rough work mine see...Although I do anticipate that changing as I get ready over the next month or so to thin my boot & shoe rotation in a big way...wardrobe needs have changed somewhat so this will be a good time to really look at what is getting worn. Going to be very tough to do.

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Haven't posted here in a while. Here's an update of the high wear areas on my coyote rough out trumans. The Christy sole has been amazingly durable considering how rough I am on these boots.






And also a shot on my feet. They pretty much go perfectly with any pair of jeans.
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