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post #76 of 143
looks like a cool brand to me.
post #77 of 143
I went in their Dallas store, and they didn't have raw jeans. They had a dark wash, the label warned it might bleed, but it wasn't rigid. Everything else looked excellent, the peacoat especially caught my eye.
post #78 of 143
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Arg, I got all hyped up from reading about these logging boots, just to find out that they don't ship to Canada.

You can always try calling one of the stores and see if they'd ship it to you.
post #79 of 143
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Originally Posted by Histrion View Post
You can always try calling one of the stores and see if they'd ship it to you.

I tried, but they were closed for Christmas. No one picked up.
post #80 of 143
I bought one of their shirts, and it seems like there is too much material right around my clavicle bone. It's really strange to say the least. It's like the shirt was made for body builders with huge traps. As it is, it makes the collar quite high, and the collar doesn't even sit on the shirt, instead its a half inch in the air.

Anyone else had this problem? I was thinking maybe tailor can take this in by opening the top, taking in the fabric, and sew it back, but I'm not 100% sure.

Edit: Ended up returning it, and kopping the Logger boots. The waterproof thing had me sold. They are awesome.
post #81 of 143
I just got my Logging Boots, but they're too big for me. For sale if anyone's interested! Size 10D. Unless I can return them, does that 14-day return period thing fly for sale items?
post #82 of 143
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I thought I told you guys they run large.

Onion, I haven't noticed a difference between the shirts there and all the others I own. It sounds like your shoulders are too narrow and you need to size down.
post #83 of 143
how large?
post #84 of 143
i also like a lot of the shoes/boots here but no size 7.
post #85 of 143
Anyone try the logging boots in the snow / on the ice? I'm in the market for new winter boots and these look pretty appealing from the pictures.... How do they hold up in real life? Are they worth $180?
post #86 of 143
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Originally Posted by mrjosh View Post
Anyone try the logging boots in the snow / on the ice? I'm in the market for new winter boots and these look pretty appealing from the pictures.... How do they hold up in real life? Are they worth $180?
I think they are definitely worth $180, imho. Even at retail, I think they are priced well when compared to other boots at similar price points. The leather is quite nice (and it's waxed), with very solid construction, they are good year welted, with a commando sole, calf lined (think it's calf anyway), and are "handmade" in Italy. They are very supportive, are are comfortable even after wearing them all day. I would say they are about a half size large, maybe a little bit less. I think going down a half size (from your normal dress shoe size) would be a good idea. That's what I did.
post #87 of 143
Why do they not offer international shipping (to Canada), why!! seems to be pretty good sale going on
post #88 of 143
Nice sale indeed. I just wish they made anything in 36R off-the-rack. I don't know if I can make it down to Charlotte when Mr. Reid comes in to do MTM this spring. On another note, I have a Billy Reid shirt I bought in December I'm looking to sell. Size S, Tuscumbia style. Nice fabric. I'll probably post it in B&S tonight.
post #89 of 143
^ Nice boot tuck action going on here:


post #90 of 143
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^ Nice boot tuck action going on here:



I actually want those, especially since they are only $200. The no international shipping policy is keeping me in the no feb purchases club though
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