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post #2071 of 2075

Nice.  I was looking at the Red pair but passed.  The blue is much nicer.

 

I did end up grabbing a pair of the Maliseets from that Mr. Porter sale.  $134 was a lot nicer than $270.

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Nice.  I was looking at the Red pair but passed.  The blue is much nicer.

 

I did end up grabbing a pair of the Maliseets from that Mr. Porter sale.  $134 was a lot nicer than $270.


You know, I saw them on the site and thought they looked too royal bluish. My plan was to dye them brown. However, was pleasantly surprised at how dark they were. No dye for these :nodding:

post #2073 of 2075
Here are some pics of my new Tracker Boots. Leather very thick and incredibly waxy. They feel a bit tight, but they'll ease up right? image.jpg 1610k .jpg file image.jpg 769k .jpg file
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Here are some pics of my new Tracker Boots. Leather very thick and incredibly waxy. They feel a bit tight, but they'll ease up right? image.jpg 1610k .jpg file image.jpg 769k .jpg file

Yep...that's chromepak, and although it's thick, it's also quite stretchy.  I've got a pair of ring boots in the same leather and they're slowly stretching to comform to my feet.

 

If you want to hasten the process, wear thicker socks for a day (or even just a few hours around the house).  It may be a touch uncomfortable, but it should speed up the stretching a bit by forcing it a little.

post #2075 of 2075
Thanks for the advice Cathpah. They're starting to ease off a bit. I might have been able to go up half a size but hopefully it will be ok. Love the leather 😄
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