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RANCOURT & Co. Shoes - Made in Maine

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whatever123, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. zippyh

    zippyh Senior member

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    Buckle loafers from Ralph. Very pleased with these.
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  2. tv2177

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    wow, your pic is 100x better than the one on RL's site.

    enjoy wearing! they look stunning.
     


  3. Kashiwa

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    Thanks for the outdoor pic!

    Those look fantastic. The brightness of the cavalier makes it one of the more eye-catching browns I've seen. Enjoy!
     


  4. RingTail

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    I was initially looking for more of tan color, and kyle sent me the sample which looked lighter than the actual shoe. Even with it being darker I'm quite satisfied.

    Tnx about to enjoy them!
     
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  5. Winston S.

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    Wore mine today and probably did at least 2 - 3 miles of walking in them. Even with their thin sole they didn't seem uncomfortable. I actually didn't realize I had a pair of John Varvatos loafers that have soles that are just as thin. No issues with comfort there either:

    Varvatos vs. Rancourt
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  6. tv2177

    tv2177 Senior member

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    those navy looks real nice under the sunlight. hum, maybe a good choice for my beefroll penny loafers. Thanks for the pictures.
     


  7. Kashiwa

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    Well, another tan loafer with a lighter sole would be an option. :) And, if you, or anyone, is interested in tan, there is, of course, the tan shell, but there is also this tan Italian calf, if Kyle still has it. This looks nice to me.

    http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/...fe-s-new-Rancourt-loafers-lots-of-pics-inside!
     


  8. Kashiwa

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    Nice! Like the hardware. Can you open a bottle with those?
     


  9. Louis XIV

    Louis XIV Senior member

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    Any more pics of the Ranger Moc, maybe even made of the lovely pebble grain?
     


  10. FrankCowperwood

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    Two photos of my #8 shell beefrolls. I have been wearing them a good amount since last August and have really done nothing to them other than wipe them with a wet cloth a few times. I'm going to give them a good cleaning and some Venetian Shoe Cream sometime soon, but I thought I'd post now to show how they look with some wear and very little attention.

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  11. zazaza

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    they look awesome, thanks for posting these photos!


     


  12. zazaza

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    looks like the Rancourt sale is now up on Urban Daddy (just typing that name embarrasses me)

    Burgundy suede looks mighty nice
     


  13. Kashiwa

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    Does Rancourt make all of the made in USA eastland shoes?

     


  15. Kashiwa

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    Burgundy suede does look very nice. Would really like to see these in person.
     


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