Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.
a page or 2 back there is a 10% code
Brown Engineers after 2 months of wear 2 or 3 times a week
^ fit pics or it didn't happen. haha.
Cool Engineer boots.
We just got a bunch of boots from a consolidation of other RRL stores. Most boots are on sale for either 265 or 235. They were all either 850 or 950 originally. There are a fair amount of sizes. The boots are all made in the US with leather sourced from the US too.
I'll take a picture of the styles tomorrow.
RRL Specialist, Chicago
I will be calling you tomorrow haha
yes please post your stock here. im sure quite a few of us will jump on those
YES PLEASE!!!! I am down to buy some boots, been ready and would hope I can get my hands on some, gonna PM you from now so that tomorrow you get my size and etc..!
I am also interested if you can post some pics and prices.
How do the boots fit sizing wise?
dastig told me to give about .5 extra from your regular size
Ok yeah that's what he told me as well. Just trying to see if anybody has RRL boots and could give some sizing info. I've got slightly wider feet as well.
From Left to Right:
Leujene, Summit, Canyon, Aberdeen, Varick, Engineer
(Edited. Forget to mention the Fringe detail on the vamp of the Aberdeen boot is removable. It can tied in with the laces or be completely removed)
Below are all the sizes I have in each style. I have multiple in some sizes, so don't worry if someone claims one pair, as I might have another one in the same size.
Send me a PM if you are interested in any of these. Include your name and number and email. I can give you call tomorrow or you can call me so I can ring up your order if you are interested.
Thanks again for all those who have responded. I know we don't have a full size run, but these are great deals on RRL boots. Most retailed for either 850 or 950. For those who haven't seen the RRL boots in person, most of them are very heavy and are the type of boot that are stiff and need to be broken in. Also, all RRL boots this past F/W were made in the US, with materials sourced from the US too.
Leujene ($265.30, Cats Paw heal)
Summit ($237.30 I think, will double check tomorrow.
Canyon ($265.30, Non slip oil resistant sole)
Aberdeen ($265.30, Commando sole)
Varick ($265.30, Vibram sole)
Engineer ($265.30, Cats Paw heal)
the Varick looks pretty slick to me.
found some extra pics off ebay
if interested, click here
Moar pics here:
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