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post #76 of 179
I find the double leather soles quite comfortable on concrete...
post #77 of 179
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Originally Posted by mechanical pencil View Post
I find the double leather soles quite comfortable on concrete...

How does that hold up in snow or wet slush?
post #78 of 179
Just got mine in today. I'd say they fit true to size if anyone needed another reference. The quality is very good for the price too; it makes me want to buy another pair.

7 in Chuck Taylors, 8 in Nike Dunks, 39 in YSL Rolling Sneakers
post #79 of 179
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Originally Posted by shahanshah View Post
How does that hold up in snow or wet slush?

Hard for me to say as I live in Los Angeles!

That said, I don't see these as the first shoe I'd reach for if it was snowing outside.

Russell Moccasins on the other hand....
post #80 of 179
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Hard for me to say as I live in Los Angeles!

That said, I don't see these as the first shoe I'd reach for if it was snowing outside.

Russell Moccasins on the other hand....

that's true i dont even want to go out with the rain wearing these till i get some sno seal on them. you use chelsea leather food ? it's great for kangaroo and calf leather i donno about these mocs though.
post #81 of 179
Just ordered some of these:


This color isn't something they sell a lot of, and they actually hand dye the hides in shop to get the color. He was surprised I lived in the US and wanted to order shoes I've seen on a Japanese site.

Hopefully will have them around Christmas, but might be longer if he has to hunt for a cleaner hide.

130 for shoes they cut, sew and dye by hand is crazy cheap.
post #82 of 179
^wonder what other colors/shades they can do and also how the ring boots would look in that color...
post #83 of 179
These are close:


Here are some with other colors, black, white, a grey color


blue
post #84 of 179
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Just ordered some of these: This color isn't something they sell a lot of, and they actually hand dye the hides in shop to get the color. He was surprised I lived in the US and wanted to order shoes I've seen on a Japanese site.
I hope that'll darken to look like this: Found it here, but even with google translate, I had no idea what leather they used.
post #85 of 179
Just got my ring boots in today. Amazing quality, double soles are pretty comfy and I imagine will only get comfier with each wear. I tried to contact the Arrow people to see if they could have had put a crepe sole on but they are hard to get a hold of. They call you, you don't call them.
post #86 of 179
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Originally Posted by crimpologist View Post
Just got my ring boots in today. Amazing quality, double soles are pretty comfy and I imagine will only get comfier with each wear. I tried to contact the Arrow people to see if they could have had put a crepe sole on but they are hard to get a hold of. They call you, you don't call them.

you can get crepes, i have mine with crepe sole. only problem is they can't resole, but that's not to say another cobbler won't try. the issue is destroying the upper when you remove the crepe sole
post #87 of 179
^ Thanks for the info. So perhaps I was better off not getting the crepe, but the crepe just makes it look that much better. Do you use any product on your mocs?
post #88 of 179
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^ Thanks for the info. So perhaps I was better off not getting the crepe, but the crepe just makes it look that much better. Do you use any product on your mocs?
sno seal. now it's a dark dark brown. also applied chelsea leather food on the first day
post #89 of 179
someone should take some better pictures of the ring boots from arrow and post them up here.
post #90 of 179
google images
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