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post #181 of 2018
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Originally Posted by Casual View Post
Yeah, just checked my receipt to make sure.

Seems odd that pricing would be that far off. I'll look into it.
post #182 of 2018
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post
Viberg?

Yeah, I had actually thought about it, but from what I understand Viberg makes really good boots, and the boots that I have aren't that good. Actually they are a bit disappointing. Does Dayton make anything similar? Just trying to sum up every know boot manufacturer in Canada. If anybody knows anything feel free to chip in.
post #183 of 2018
My only pair , and i love em . Struggle to get them in uk . Only Oi polloi stock them and thats pretty rare occurence





post #184 of 2018
Opening Ceremony has some on their site now. Most of them are ugly, and expensive.
post #185 of 2018
They're all ugly.
post #186 of 2018
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
They're all ugly.
Yeah, I guess that's true. Those are just more ugly than normal.
post #187 of 2018
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Originally Posted by robin View Post
Yeah, I guess that's true. Those are just more ugly than normal.

x3.

Saw them in person yesterday, wasn't impressed what so ever.

Yuketen's S/S10 looks MUCH better.
post #188 of 2018
Not a big fan of Yuketen footwear. However, Quoddy on the other hand...
post #189 of 2018
Just picked up these from The Bureau. http://www.thebureaubelfast.com/shop...ne-guide-boot/ Very nice. Don't like the e uk width though. are there any options for having Yuketen or someone taking some of the width out? anyone have a customer service number for yuketen? Can't get on their site with my phone.
post #190 of 2018
Not for the Lanvin ladies.
post #191 of 2018
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Originally Posted by cottonadam View Post
Just picked up these from The Bureau.
http://www.thebureaubelfast.com/shop...ne-guide-boot/
Very nice. Don't like
the e uk width though. are there any options for having Yuketen or someone taking
some of the width out? anyone have a customer service number for yuketen? Can't get on their site with my phone.
I got a pair of the Yuketen chukkas earlier this year and was told (by Meg Co.) they were made with a "C-width last." For me they fit perfectly. They fit much better than my Quoddy bluchers, which have stretched out (it's okay for now, though -- I just keep pulling those laces tighter & tighter). I was also told (by Meg Co.) that Yuketen was switching to a wider last for their shoes & boots.

You could certainly try asking Meg Co. or a shoe repairman if there is a way to make your shoes narrower. But that seems unlikely. Personally, it seems to me you have a couple of options if they don't fit properly: try adding a foam footbed to your boots so they feel less wide, or RETURN THEM and find a pair of shoes that fit you. The premise of Yuketen is that they are small production & individually made, and they charge accordingly. Why put up with a shoe or boot that clearly doesn't feel like it's actually made for your foot? Those are great-looking boots you picked up, but Yuketens are simply too expensive to settle for anything less than a great fit.
post #192 of 2018
Any more information on the pair to the right their? I'm really interest in that or in a shoe version of it. Love the laces/color/sole pretty much everything. Didn't see that on the OC site though. e: NVM found it.
post #193 of 2018
Does anyone own this model? Or anyone what is the name of this model?

post #194 of 2018
I've got a pair, also got them from ebay. Not sure what the model name is, but the tongues are stamped: "23172♦7 0797". They're great shoes and a steal for the price. Not much of anything wrong with the pair i bought save for al ittle extra glue at the cap toe.
post #195 of 2018
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Originally Posted by PinkPantser View Post
No known US stockists then? I've tried emailing them again to no avail. Maybe i'll have to give them a call.

North American Stockists include:
Bergdorf Goodman - NYC
Bodega - Boston
Holt Renfrew - Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary
Lavish & Squalor - Toronto
Opening Ceremony - NYC & LA
Philippe Dubuc - Montreal
Saks 5th Ave. - NYC
Steven Alan - NYC

This might have been answered already, but better twice than not at all.
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