Oak Street Bootmakers

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JRyder, Aug 31, 2010.

  1. Vinneus

    Vinneus Senior member

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    Great Event, OSB booth was jumpin all day! new stuff is very "Yuk'esq"....
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    ^Those boots look great. Can't wait until they go up on the web site!^
     
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    Ok, I tried to google this myself to no avail, what and where is/are The Woodlands socks?

    Here's what you're looking for. Not sure where to buy them, but you can always call Two Feet Ahead...

    http://www.twofeetahead.com/page24.htm
     
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    Maybe if the Vibrams came in a different color. I really, really want to want the tall boot, but I can't. Not with the white sole.
     
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    Went to the Pop Up Flea and picked up a pair of brown trail oxfords (they look amazing). However, I noticed that the leather piece on the sole with the OSB name was coming off (because it's glued and not stitched).

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  6. URALLMORONS

    URALLMORONS Senior member

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    PM George on here and he will get right back to you I am sure.
     
  7. cking

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    A note about sizing. I'm a 10 in barrie and the oxfords I got in 10 are a solid snug fit without socks.
     
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    whatever123 Senior member

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    cking, it looks like a defect in the sole or you punctured it somehow. but that sole is stitched on.

    e-mail george and im sure he will fix that for you.
     
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    Would someone care to share the price of the boots, as well as their expected availability please?[​IMG]
     
  10. cking

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    There's no problem with the sole...it's the nameplate (highlighted in red) that is glued on and coming off. [​IMG]
     
  11. whatever123

    whatever123 Senior member

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    oh...i see now. that is kindof cool. let george know and im sure he will be more then happy to fit it.
     
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    Did they happen to mention if they will be making the trail oxfords in the pebble grain that they used for some of the boots?
     
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    How are these quality / comfort wise compared to Quoddy?
     
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    Great guys and some really nice quality boots. I went to the pop-up and left with the pebble hunt boot. Having never owned Quoddy's I can't really compare, but these appear to be very well made. As for fit on these, I normally wear a 12 and I went with 11.5. [​IMG]
     
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