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Wolverine's Heritage Line...

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by hboogz, Feb 5, 2009.

  1. MikeDT

    MikeDT Senior member

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    It is a little off-putting to buy "real american americana workwear" made somewhere other than the US.... I bet you chinese people would be pissed to buy a kimono or whatever ching-chongy clothes you wear made in Guatemala, too.

    /racist

    (Just to clarify, because some folks on the internet take shit too seriously, I'm asian and don't really care.. )
     
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    No change in size.


    LOL! From day one.....
     
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    Dude, you're Asian and you don't even know that a kimono is Japanese?
     
  5. CharlieAngel

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    It's called irony. And I was being sarcastic. See Special Flower at the end.

    Man, I don't keep up with that crap. All Chinese people know karate, too, right?
     
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  6. MikeDT

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    Oh the Chinese love and know many Japanese things, Judo, Kendo, Katana, Manga and Anime, girl's school uniforms, crazy hairstyles, Honda, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Sony, big ugly Toyota SUVs, horrible Evisu jeans, etc.
     
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  7. CharlieAngel

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    What about white girls? ;)
     
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    [​IMG] so funny asian guys.
    You have to understand one thing, when I buy a Wolverine, I expect to get "Made in USA" boots.
    If I'll need USA boots "Made in China" I will buy Timberland [​IMG]
    That's what I mean.
    I have a lot things made in China, even iPhone [​IMG], but i believe chinese Wolverine's made not on Foxconn factories.
    So quality are not the same as made in usa Wolverine's.

    And I like green tea from china, but not the boots, sorry [​IMG]
     
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    yeah I have the problem too..
    My RW beakman in size 8,8138 in size 7.5
    and I wish to buy wolverine 1000 mile stockton,anyone know 7.5 or 8 should I get?[​IMG]
     
  11. tonicab

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    I want to buy the the Wolverine Montague Chelsea boots too.

    I have RW 875 10US, and Wolverine 1000 mile 9,5US.

    I don't know if I have to buy Montague Chelsea 9,5US (the same Wolverine 1000 mile) or another size (up or down).

    Regards.
     
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    Anybody has classical 1000 mile and Montague boots to know about size?
     
  13. styleforumfan

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    For Montague, I recommend TTS or half a size down at most as the toe box runs narrow.
     
  14. styleforumfan

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    Is the Horween Predator leather meant to have a matte finish like this?

    [​IMG]
     
  15. Tinkertrain

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    I always wonder why the 1000 mile doen not have a lining, what are the benefits of an unlined boot?
     

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