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    Hoggs of Fife Rannoch veldtschoen boot UK10.5 G

    Hoggs of Fife Rannoch Veldtschoen boot in size UK10.5 G, most likely made by Cheaney. These retail for about £349 online.I wore these a couple of times but sadly they are just slightly too short for my right foot (I have 2 different sized feet which makes it hard finding the correct size).These...
  2. inmamy

    [SOLD] Alfred Sargent Kelso Veldtschoen Boots UK8/US9

    This is the perfect pair of boots to take you through any kind of inclement conditions – rain, snow, ice, rough terrain, whatever. The rugged “Kelso” boot by famed English shoemaker Alfred Sargent has “veldtschoen” construction, which means the upper leather turns outwards and is stitched...
  3. goalaso

    8.5E UK (9D US) Edward Green Rosewood Country Calf Galway on Ridgeway Sole F64 Last

    8.5E UK fits like a 9D/E US. Veldtschoen construction, unlined upper, Ridgeway soles. F64 last is quite comfy and roomy in the toe box especially. Originally from EG directly, I bought these new here on SF and am just looking to send them off to another good home. Nothing wrong with the boots...
  4. goalaso

    WTB: Edward Green veldtschoen Galway boots, Rosewood CC, 64 last (or 202), UK8.5E

    I'm looking for these boots on the 64 (or possibly the 202) last in Rosewood. Ideally new, but price negotiable depending on condition. Send me a PM if interested in selling. Thanks
  5. dagman1

    Shoes in Winter

    I'm in Canada. I know there has been a few threads on galoshes... but I wanted people's opinions about what works better. Option 1: Look dorky, wear galoshes. Option 2: Keep shoes at the office, wear boots to work. Option 3: Buy some beater shoes for the winter. What do you recommend and why...

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