Frye Boots discounted at hautelook.com

Discussion in 'Vintage Finds and Deals' started by Guppy, Jan 22, 2020.

  1. Guppy

    Guppy My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Various styles, up to 55% off. I picked up a pair of Trench Combat Shearling boots at 56% off, in the color I wanted, and in my size, and it was the only place I could find them, the sale price making it the icing on the cake.

    While I've been hearing in recent years that Frye have fallen off in terms of quality/value since they started offshoring production a few years ago, the particular pair I received appear to be well made and designed, true to size, and for the discounted price, a good value.

    Lots of styles, size availability varies.

    https://www.hautelook.com/events/346592

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  2. AeroFan_07

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    "The event has ended." Hum, that was a short sale...
     
  3. Guppy

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    That's too bad. I don't know how long it had been going on by the time I found it.
     
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  5. AeroFan_07

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    I see it now, I like the Addison, but I have too many boots right now! Thanks
     
  6. FlatCap99

    FlatCap99 One of the Regulars

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    I tend to agree with Guppy, I think there are still some good Frye's to be had out there, but we just ordered a pair for my wife and were really disappointed in them and she has owned multiple pairs as have I. I still love my Frye Sam boots though. They are a perfect 30s 40s style throwback boot with a great antique color, but I wear them sparingly since they aren't goodyear welted and have strange rubber inserts in the sole. I wish they left it all uniform to I could apply sole protectors to keep them going as long as possible. Their top tier stuff still seems to be well made, but I feel like they are also trying to hit a more budget market as well, but as long as they offer a little of everything, that isn't a bad thing.
     

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