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Stock Boss and Mr. Lou are both 10" tall, but the circumference of the shaft is 1" smaller on Mr. LouIs there a significant difference in shaft size between regular Boss engineers vs. Mr. Lou? Wondering if I should have my MTO Boss reduced shaft size like my 7500 Boss, the MTO Boss are 8" so not sure if it's going to make a difference for such a short engineer.
Yeah, I'm just wondering whether reducing the shaft by 1" will make a difference on how an 8" Boss wears. I want my 8" Boss to wear similar to how my 7500 Boss wears on the leg, it's already roomy and the same dimensions as the Mr. Lou with 1" shaft reduction.Stock Boss and Mr. Lou are both 10" tall, but the circumference of the shaft is 1" smaller on Mr. Lou
It's supposed to make it fit under your jeans better. Stock boots allow for pants tucking.Yeah, I'm just wondering whether reducing the shaft by 1" will make a difference on how an 8" Boss wears. I want my 8" Boss to wear similar to how my 7500 Boss wears on the leg, it's already roomy and the same dimensions as the Mr. Lou with 1" shaft reduction.
From what I have gathered online, it comes from Seidel Tannery and is a waxed leather, compared to their standard "oil" leathers. It is similarity is softness and weight to CXL, but feels to be dye-d through much deeper, like all the way through (possibly chrome tanned?)Does anyone have any info on domain leather? Is it CXL? Where does it come from?
Received an update today, boots projected to finish in early December now. 14 weeks lead time at order issuance is projected to turn into 36 weeks.Just checked in on my order through ShipJohn today... order was placed 30March, estimated complete date Oct or Nov. Woof!
Love my Wesco's but that wait time is really something to consider when looking at new boots.
Yeah mine took about 8 months to complete (and I had to follow up to find out they were delayed), and now they have been on a world tour on their way to Australia. They should arrive next week depending on the efficiency of Australia post. Disappointing wait time, but still excited to finally get them.Received an update today, boots projected to finish in early December now. 14 weeks lead time at order issuance is projected to turn into 36 weeks.
I find the quality on the Wesco's to be consistently great. With Nicks, I see stray stitches and more quality variation (have a couple pairs). With White's I have been fortunate but White's stitchdown stitching seems to have a lot of variation, we've all seen photos.Dang, these lead times are making me question the order I have ready for some Boss boots.