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post #1606 of 2042
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

top pair is better imo regardless of sole

Fair enough, lucky me I got'em both biggrin.gif
post #1607 of 2042
Does anyone where Quoddy chukkas or grizzly boots sockless? How is the comfort?
post #1608 of 2042
I have suede chukkas and they are extremely comfortable sockless
post #1609 of 2042
Dunno if anyone is interested. I have some original boat shoes in 8.5D. PM if interested.
post #1610 of 2042
Quick question: is there a size discrepancy between shoes with Quoddy's camp sole and their boat shoe soles?
post #1611 of 2042
seems like no one has the boat shoes in burgandy anymore frown.gif
post #1612 of 2042
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

Quick question: is there a size discrepancy between shoes with Quoddy's camp sole and their boat shoe soles?

Not in my experience, I have shoes with both and the fit seems consistent.

Also just wanted to say that Quoddy is great, they have amazing pricing for resoles and such. I have the J Crew bluchers that I love but I decided I really wanted them with the thicker Vibram rugged sole that they have started offering. I emailed them inquiring about the cost to change, expecting it to be $60-80 or more even (Russell wanted $60 to resole my chukkas for example)......Quoddy said the red Vibram soles I wanted were $25 + $10 for shipping. I was shocked. Needless to say my shoes are now in Quoddy's hands getting some new red treads.
post #1613 of 2042
I am thinking of getting another pair of Quoddys. I am torn between Maliseet Oxfords and their new Venetian loafer or maybe even Beefroll loafer. Does anyone with experience know which looks better with their chromexcel leathers?

Is the Maliseet too casual. ie. can be worn only with shorts, jeans, etc? Whereas the Venetian loafers are suitable for dressier occasions too?
post #1614 of 2042
+1 on the beefroll

not enough of those out there.
post #1615 of 2042
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Originally Posted by miran View Post

I am thinking of getting another pair of Quoddys. I am torn between Maliseet Oxfords and their new Venetian loafer or maybe even Beefroll loafer. Does anyone with experience know which looks better with their chromexcel leathers?

Is the Maliseet too casual. ie. can be worn only with shorts, jeans, etc? Whereas the Venetian loafers are suitable for dressier occasions too?

Venetian Loafer/Beefroll's fit LARGE! My foot probably measures a true 10.5. I wear 11 in sneakers, sometimes size down to a 120.5 if the shoes run a bit larger or I plan on going sockless. ANyways i got the Quoddy x Leffot Moccs and wnet down to 9.5 and tehy fit nice. a big more snug than normal but teh right size none the less.
post #1616 of 2042
i am a 10.5 D in the Alden barrie last, and an 11D Maliseet feels very tight. how much stretch can i expect?
post #1617 of 2042
Thinking about getting the quoddy grizzly boot vibrams http://quoddystore.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=62 (One on the very left) for the coming winter. Anyone know how the boots hold up in heavy snowfall? Also can't find additional photos of them anywhere, so any comments/reviews from someone who's seen them first hand would be extremely helpful smile.gif Thanks!
post #1618 of 2042
probably ok with snowfall, but when the snow melts your foot will likely get wet. A single vamp moc constructed boot is not waterproof at all. I love my Quoddys but for a true winter boot I would look for something double vamp, like Russell, or a non-moccasin style.
post #1619 of 2042
post #1620 of 2042
500

Here are my resoled Quoddy bluchers (these are the shoes that J Crew sells). I love the red Vibram sole on these, definitely gives them a more substantial look which is what I was going for. Also had amazing service from Quoddy. It was $35 including return shipping and the replaced the soles and included new insoles and laces as well as reconditioned the leather and sent them back in a new Quoddy shoe bag. Can't believe how cheap it was and it only took them about a week in house to turn it around for me (they quoted 3 weeks).
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