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Chippewa Apache Lacers

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by LazerViking, Apr 14, 2016.

  1. LazerViking

    LazerViking New Member

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    Hey!
    new kid on the block here
    admittedly I have the fashion sense of a diseased rat (kinda a mix up of a metal head and a lazy couch dweller)
    but three things I care about is a nice reliable watch, a good knife, a fine pair of boots
    which brings me to this thread
    I bought a pair of Chipps Apache boots (8.5 D)
    and my pinky toe feels a bit too snug, a little on the squeezed and crushed side of things along with a couple of other places on the foot (obviously wrong size)
    the Barnnock says 8.5 D
    but hahahaha nah, that ain't it
    would anyone recommend getting the EE's or just go for 9's?

    also (I'm assuming this will probably get moved to a sale sections because of this)
    anyone want some 8.5 D sized Chipp Apaches for like $80? I got 'em from a promotional deal and I can order another pair through it if need be
    can post pics upon request, PM me, email, whatever
    haggling? sure
     
    Last edited: Apr 14, 2016
  2. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    If there is enough room in the front of the boot (about finger's width) in the boot, then go for the EEs. If they are too short. go for the 9s.
     

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