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Nicks Boots Ranger, walnut smooth 8" with plain cap toe, size 10.5EE

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Midguardian, Dec 4, 2015.

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  1. Midguardian

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    I received these new in April 2015. Turns out the #3 toe won't work for my wide foot. These were sporadically worn in an office setting. I had the toe box stretched by Kyle at Baker Shoe, but no substantial change was noticed. Only other modification was that I cut the kiltie down to be more low profile. I paid $425 and asking $275 $225. I'll cover shipping in the continental U.S. Below are the specs

    Ranger boot (55-R-8)
    8” height cut top with pull loop
    10 ½ EE
    Walnut smooth
    Walnut smooth cap toe
    Brass eyelets and hooks, top eyelet
    Natural edge finish
    Curved heel
    New Leather Laces
    Vibram mini-lug 430 Sole
    #3 Toe
    Single celastic toe
    Thick premium leather for durability (7 ½ to 8 oz)
    Each boot built from the same hide
    Resolable and Rebuildable
    Handmade in the USA

    Ebay Link-There are more pics here

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    Last edited: Dec 13, 2015

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