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RANCOURT & Co. Shoes - Made in Maine

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

  1. seer

    seer Senior member

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    Hehe, I wasn't going to ask...
     


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    Nice:)
     


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    It is actually a parking lot...
     


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    Calikid Senior member

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    [​IMG]
     


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    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     


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    ^Beauties, Calikid. Enjoy wearing those.
     


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    ^Thanks for the pics. Those do look very nice. Note to self: tempest sole, natural edging, color 8 shell = very nice combination.

    Care to elaborate on the parking lot theme?
     


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    We meant more pics of the parking lot.
     


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    That #8 shell really glows...
    Here's poorman #8 (rancourt) among other (yuk, osb)
    [​IMG]

    I was looking at green suede ranger moc, but snatched one at yuketen booth at SF10, will post photo later.
     


  10. Kashiwa

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    ^^ Is that a two tone Rancourt? Was that an MTO?

    On a side note, I wonder if Rancourt can do the Kiltie. That's classy!
     


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    yeah, L-R: yuketen, osb, rancourt

    It's combination of natural cxl (collar) and #8 cxl (rest) with black vibram christy sole, I was in white vibram christy withdrawal at that time.
     


  12. Kashiwa

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    The two-tone Rancourt looks nice. Don't know if I've ever seen the natural x color 8 combination.

    Out of curiosity, what leather is the Yuketen?
     


  13. FrankCowperwood

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    ^ I've definitely contemplated a two-tone Rancourt. Considering the range of leathers and colors and the variety of other options we can choose from, it could get pretty wild. We should come up with the most outrageous shoe we can think of and group buy it. What better to do with $300, right...? :lol:
     


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    I'm curious to know what you would propose as an "outrageous" combination. I'm interested . . .
     


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    Don't remember the exact leather, but possibly bullhide / textured calf?
     


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