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Nicks Handmade Boots Official Affiliate Thread

Cycling Sasquatch

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I might need some help, y'all – now I'm half thinking of trying the Honey Vibrams on my 10" tan English Bridle build.

I'm pretty rough on soles, getting about 12-14 months out of a pair of Red-X V100s, so the faster wear is definitely a concern... but I can't help but think how incredibly it'll complement the veg tan as it darkens and builds patina. Any thoughts from anyone who's got experience with both outsoles?
 

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I might need some help, y'all – now I'm half thinking of trying the Honey Vibrams on my 10" tan English Bridle build.

I'm pretty rough on soles, getting about 12-14 months out of a pair of Red-X V100s, so the faster wear is definitely a concern... but I can't help but think how incredibly it'll complement the veg tan as it darkens and builds patina. Any thoughts from anyone who's got experience with both outsoles?
I'd be willing to resole them for free down the road if you got the honey vibram sole just to have a comparison, but they do wear a bit faster, in our experience.
 

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I'd be willing to resole them for free down the road if you got the honey vibram sole just to have a comparison, but they do wear a bit faster, in our experience.
You're just too cool. Thank you!

Then I'll order as an MTO veg tan Urban Logger so I can select the honey sole, and just have you change the color to tan since the MTO UL only has the medium brown W&C option.
 

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Does anybody have pictures of any builds with the new veg tan leathers? I'm specifically looking for burgundy and chestnut.
 

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Does anybody have pictures of any builds with the new veg tan leathers? I'm specifically looking for burgundy and chestnut.
Here is the Chestnut. We haven’t made any burgundy’s yet but should have some over next two weeks or so.
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Hello, wanted to share a few new/different boots that have come off the line this week.

Here is an officer boot in the milled buck brown from Wickett & Craig:

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And here is is an 8" Urban Logger with a honey vibram sole and roughout Predator Orange on the lowers:

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