- Aug 1, 2008
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New for winter:
New for winter:
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well done, but...
...no kidding: what kind of winter are we talking, where crepe soles are doing fine?
Thanks! These are F last. I really like how the F last looks with a captoe. It makes it seem wider and more structured than usual.
whether, i would like it or not. it's not functional on snow. dainite is a rain wheel, no more or less.Fritzl - I seem to recall that you don't like Dainite for winter.
I've worn crepe in snow, slush, and on ice - admittedly, not for all day treks in the woods - but around town and kept dry and slip-free.
i didn't realize that the majority is without a captoe. i'm a derby man and the Wiener style, with or without medallion(Alt Wien) is my favourite execution on them. i cannot care for the bevelled waist. it's not flattering for my frame.
I believe this is the Alt Wien model...I didn't meant that the F last is usually done without a captoe. Just that there's a noticeable difference in the look between the two. Are you sure you're not a lawyer? :^)