- May 1, 2021
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Keys, change, lighter, pocket knife, flashlight, pen…that’s the typical stuff in mine.
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@Buellrider @TyrLI Maybe I can find a use for mine. I gave my old man the drink sleeve. I don’t know if he actually makes any use out of it he’s picky with that stuff. Now the key clip is my favorite by far. It’s the best key clip I’ve ever owned
I think the drink sleeve doesn't have much use personally. Maybe if it was shaped for a can. I'm going to use mine to test conditioners. Conditioning the chestnut w&c terrifies me
That leather is beautiful I would never condition personally but that’s a good idea to test on the swag instead of the boot … the renegades are great. My only gripe with nicks was the work boot brown leather tongue but on your boot you don’t have that!I think the drink sleeve doesn't have much use personally. Maybe if it was shaped for a can. I'm going to use mine to test conditioners. Conditioning the chestnut w&c terrifies me
Sorry about that!@Nicks Boots Shuyler
I just tried to call the company to ask some questions and your menu system is not working. It just keeps repeating the menu options over and over again and won't connect to anything. Is there a problem with the phone systems currently?
Edit: I sent an email which was replied to and was told everything should be working. Tried again and got through this time without issues. Not sure why it wouldn't work the first time.
Welcome and thank you for your business!Well, I just placed my first order for a pair of BuilderPro's Now for the wait to get my try-on pair to see if I have the sizing right. Considering this cost me as much as I generally spend in 3 years on shoes I really hope they work out.
I am not sure if we’ve made a soft toe with the moc. I would be surprised if it acted too differently than the celastic as the stitching adds a decent amount of structure. Interesting question.