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post #1696 of 2056
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Originally Posted by mellowfellow View Post

sorry guys but I have a quick question.
I'm a 40 in CPs. Do I need a u.s 7?
365

no.
post #1697 of 2056
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Originally Posted by whatever123 View Post

no.

Don't mind this guy, he likes attention and giving snarky responses, internet-ite-ess.

Mellow - I'm a 41 in CPs and take a 9 in Quoddy's if that helps. I wear the same size in Sperry's as I do Quoddy so I would try on some Sperry's with the socks you plan on wearing your Quoddy's with and go from there. The Quoddy site has a measuring suggesting as well if you don't have access to being measured on a Brannock. If I were you though, I'd opt out of getting the crepe sole version of that boot and find the one with the Vibram sole, I think that fits more in line with your style, but that's just me.
post #1698 of 2056
thanks tonio! your the bestest! I need some winter shoes, I was going to get that "ugly" duck boots from CPs but it was sold out. The quoddy looks like it could be a nice alternative.

Yes, I'm looking for boots with vibram sole to go with cropped pants. Something like Trickers though!
post #1699 of 2056
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Originally Posted by mellowfellow View Post

thanks tonio! your the bestest! I need some winter shoes, I was going to get that "ugly" duck boots from CPs but it was sold out. The quoddy looks like it could be a nice alternative.
Yes, I'm looking for boots with vibram sole to go with cropped pants. Something like Trickers though!

yes tonio ... your the BESTEST!
post #1700 of 2056
tonio is a sikkknt!
post #1701 of 2056
quick question: if i'm going to be wearing my quoddys grizzly boot in the snow do i need to waterproof the leather using some sort of wax? or are they durable enough as is? Thanks!
Edited by lexleung - 12/9/11 at 8:17am
post #1702 of 2056
quick question: before i ask stupid questions do you think i should read the thread first?
post #1703 of 2056
south willard has the worst email customer service in the world
post #1704 of 2056
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Originally Posted by biggerliz View Post

south willard has the worst email customer service in the world

Not in my experience. They get back to me every time with a good response time. You just have to note the time difference too depending on when you try to reach them.
post #1705 of 2056
lulz
post #1706 of 2056
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Originally Posted by biggerliz View Post

south willard has the worst email customer service in the world

they are a bit more responsive then quoddy.
Edited by whatever123 - 12/10/11 at 11:06am
post #1707 of 2056
Is quoddy able to custom make any of their past collabs? i am looking at the southwillard grey charcoal red brick...looks very nice, but can't find any online.
post #1708 of 2056
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Originally Posted by biggerliz View Post

Is quoddy able to custom make any of their past collabs? i am looking at the southwillard grey charcoal red brick...looks very nice, but can't find any online.

they can make some. you need to ask them instead of the quoddy thread.
post #1709 of 2056
I have a question that has probably been answered somewhere in this thread, but I can't go back through hundreds of pages looking for it.

I got a pair of black leather bluchers about 18 months ago. I've been wearing them heavily since then and have not applied any care in the way of cream/wax/oil/whatever. The leather is looking a little dry and I just wore them at a music festival for a few days and the application of sun and dust has them looking a bit more worse for wear. Can anyone recommend a course of treatment?
post #1710 of 2056
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Originally Posted by blake3030 View Post

I have a question that has probably been answered somewhere in this thread, but I can't go back through hundreds of pages looking for it.
I got a pair of black leather bluchers about 18 months ago. I've been wearing them heavily since then and have not applied any care in the way of cream/wax/oil/whatever. The leather is looking a little dry and I just wore them at a music festival for a few days and the application of sun and dust has them looking a bit more worse for wear. Can anyone recommend a course of treatment?

yes.
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