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post #136 of 2031
I'm willing to bet they will be more.

My advice would be to wait until you see what The Bureau brings before you do anything.
post #137 of 2031
From Bureau:
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# Yuketen: we have collaborated with this cult American footwear company to make a "special" for us of their classic Maine Guide boot. This is some thing that is available only at The Bureau.

I'm more interested in seeing what goodyear welted boots will be available.
post #138 of 2031
That one will have a goodyear welt. Apparently it's one of the hybrid models we talked about earlier in the thread.
post #139 of 2031









Anyone know what the tassly things sticking out beneath the laces are called? Thanks in advance!

post #140 of 2031
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Originally Posted by timpoblete View Post
Anyone know what the tassly things sticking out beneath the laces are called? Thanks in advance!
Kilts. They're not that great in the long run, as they tend to roll up the more you wear them.

I don't like most of those shoes pictured. I'm sure the bloggers will think each one is perfect though.
post #141 of 2031
yeah, to try and get them for free.
post #142 of 2031
Dig the suede captoes. Where to kop? Seriously, I can't find any online stockists.
post #143 of 2031
There aren't any stockists because they haven't been made yet. The buying is going on now and you may see them next spring if the deal with Bergdorf is over by then. If not you will probably have to get them from Europe or Japan. Bergdorf's buy is pretty small/ lame. There are something like 30 different models in the collection and only 5 pictured. These wouldn't have been my highlights, although I like most of them except the chukka and the ones with kilties ( which personally I think should not appear anywhere except golf courses).
post #144 of 2031
A kiltie tassel loafer is increasingly appealing to me, although I doubt I'd go through with it. The ghillie lacing is

But the regular moccs and crepe sole moccs are nice. I like the green.



Thanks timpo etc. for keeping this (and the EG threads, and the WWM threads) updated!
post #145 of 2031
hell yes, I'm going to try to get them for free. But unfortunately Yuketen doesn't really have the resources to give away shoes... There will be a small run of 3 models from Yuketen some SS10 available in our h(y)r shop fyi. These things are great. Fall has some even better models coming, or hopefully coming I should say. Distribution is still pretty tough in North America, and most buyers play it safe and don't get the really great models.
post #146 of 2031
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hell yes, I'm going to try to get them for free. But unfortunately Yuketen doesn't really have the resources to give away shoes...

There will be a small run of 3 models from Yuketen some SS10 available in our h(y)r shop fyi. These things are great. Fall has some even better models coming, or hopefully coming I should say. Distribution is still pretty tough in North America, and most buyers play it safe and don't get the really great models.

Great news, Ryan.

Regarding the Kiltie, they are probably removable, no?
post #147 of 2031
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Originally Posted by Simontuntelder View Post
Regarding the Kiltie, they are probably removable, no?
Yes, easily. They're just laced in.
post #148 of 2031
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Originally Posted by Ry'on View Post
There will be a small run of 3 models from Yuketen some SS10 available in our h(y)r shop fyi.

Awesome!
post #149 of 2031
I liked the crepe soles... Quoddy's arriving sooner than later for those more camp sole inclined...
post #150 of 2031
yummy.
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