Engineer Boots, Harness Boots...

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Creeping Past, Dec 12, 2008.

  1. Bfd70

    Bfd70 Call Me a Cab

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    Cxl. There doesn’t seem to be any difference between regular Lofgren and the Elmc version beyond the tag and embossing on the foot bed. I ran into a sizing issue. The first sent were Eastman labeled. The second Lofgren labeled. No discernable variation.
     
  2. regius

    regius Call Me a Cab

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    would love to hear how those high heel feel, also, let us know the height, 1,75?
     
  3. kenucklehead

    kenucklehead Familiar Face

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    Jealous. Where in Canada? :)
     
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  4. Kirk Stevenson

    Kirk Stevenson New in Town

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    South Surrey, about 45 min out of Vancouver.
     
  5. Kirk Stevenson

    Kirk Stevenson New in Town

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    Yes, they are about 1.75 inches. The height feel fine. I used to have cowboy boots. I also have a pair of Dayton square toe pull up boots with he same height so it feels normal. Never had engineers with a low heel.
     
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  6. jgordon311

    jgordon311 New in Town

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    I've been lurking for a little while and fortunately just received my Lofgren Devil's Causeway from Standard & Strange. They're a PITA to get on but they feel pretty nice on my feet. I think the break-in shouldn't take too long. IMG_0409.jpg IMG_0410.jpg IMG_0412.jpg IMG_0416.jpg
     
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  7. Bfd70

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    How did you just score devils causeway?
     
  8. jgordon311

    jgordon311 New in Town

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    They popped up in the scratch and dent section. I had a pre-order in for the natural CXLs, but was able to trade that for the Devil’s Causeway.
     
  9. Bfd70

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    Wow! Great score, those are great looking.
     
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  10. kazuma

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    @jgordon311 They look absolutely fantastic! I really hope they eventually get another batch of those engineers, missed them the firs round.
     
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  11. VestCoast

    VestCoast One of the Regulars

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    Can't let this thread drop too far. I picked up some Mr. Lous from the Wesco seconds page. The reported issue was grain at the top of the shaft but I think it looks great. Screamin deal for a brand new pair of horsehide engineers.

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  12. Bfd70

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    Great pics
    I never thought to look there for Mr. Lou.
    They’re my favorite looking boots in brown.
    I find the MP too narrow but for a screamin deal.....
     
  13. svenseeeek

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    Hey guys, anyone know the meaning of the number printed in the RoleClub Engineer Boots? Can I judge the fit simply according to it? Such as 26.5 printed is okay for my foot with length of 26.3?
     
  14. jpto

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    I don’t think the number is a safe way to go about sizing for Role Club boots, my two pair are marked different sizes on the box (different lasts) but fit exactly the same.
     
  15. svenseeeek

    svenseeeek New in Town

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    Thanks for your sharing
     
  16. kenucklehead

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    Damn!! I'm DT Vancouver! I'd sure love to check those out in person. Don't suppose you'd be up for it. Never seen them in person before!
     
  17. Edward

    Edward Bartender

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    I knew that's what they were soon as I looked at them!

    That's probably not a good thing, I should get out more.... ;)
     
  18. Kirk Stevenson

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    PM me your contact info. I will let you know the next time I am in town.
     
  19. Bfd70

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    Do any makers burnish the ends of their straps? Seems easy enough to do and a nice touch.
     
  20. Bfd70

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    Check out the preorder for Wesco waxed flesh at Standard and Strange. They look greeeeaaaat.
     
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