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didnt want to go through all the pages so i'm hoping someone can answer....

for those who have the classic moc boot (875s, 8138s) and iron rangers, did you get the same exact size for both? do they basically fit the same?
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Originally Posted by thebuyingseller View Post

didnt want to go through all the pages so i'm hoping someone can answer....

for those who have the classic moc boot (875s, 8138s) and iron rangers, did you get the same exact size for both? do they basically fit the same?

12d in iron ranger and 9011 round toe beckman are a great fit. The 9012 moc toe beckman in 12d did not have enough toe room; I could feel my big toe pressing against the front.

Hope that helps.

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hey, i would get a sweet deal for the 8196 boots (-50 %).. my size is 10,5 in iron rangers so the question is do the run the same? these would be size 11 and i dont want too big boots.

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Have you found the 224 last to be big in the heel at all? When I try on the chukkas I feel like it is narrow in the toes and huge in the heel. I'm assuming the same is true for the 9029-30? I've never seen the 9029-30 in real life though as no one stocks it where I live.
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The 9029 and the chukkas do feel very similar.  Mine feel just right in the heel area.   My Iron Rangers on the other hand felt much loser to me.

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How is it that the black amber iron ranger in 9.5D felt so much wider (on the heel) and looser than the brown amber iron ranger 9.5D... Anyone had same experience?
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Does anyone have advice on where to buy Red Wing Iron Rangers in Australia (particularly Perth)? Have never tried them on before, so free shipping and free return shipping would be very welcome! Red Wing Australia have this option, but have limited sizes and the price is $100 more than on other sites. I tried Revolve, which have a great price, but they said Red Wing don't let them ship to Australia. 

 

Any suggestions would be most appreciated!

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I got my Iron Rangers shipped to Australia from Revolve in November 2012.  Their shipping policy must have changed since then, or someone is giving you BS.
 

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Any idea what these are?  I have not seen them online anywhere.

 

Gregg

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Huh. GT brogue chelseas? Chelseas are EU only, so maybe they're some special edition?
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I got my Iron Rangers shipped to Australia from Revolve in November 2012.  Their shipping policy must have changed since then, or someone is giving you BS.
 

Thanks for your help, mate!

Strange...I talked to two different online "chat" representatives from the company. Both said that they don't ship RW to Australia.

 

Maybe if I just went straight ahead and placed an order it would sidestep the restriction (if there is one).

 

Either way, Revolve has a great price - better than all the rest with the 30% new customer discount and free shipping.

 

Considering Shoebuy as well, but shipping is 50 bucks, which more or less negates the savings in buying from the US.

 

Now all I gotta do is try to get the size right - down 1/2 or down a full size... I have quite a narrow foot.

 

A local store sells the 875 (I think) and invited me to try them on for size before ordering the IR online. Am I right in saying that the IR and 875 have the same last? 

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Also, would love to see some pics of the IR in Copper Rough and Tough with a bit of wear. Can't decide between that and the Amber Harness

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Update for anyone interested:

Revolve no longer ships Red Wing to Australia (not sure about other countries outside the US) as of the end of 2012.

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Does anyone know if the 9157 are able to be resoled and if they are welted?

 


Edited by takashi78 - 2/13/13 at 10:23pm
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