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Originally posted by CSL CSL wrote:

No, I know! I have a couple of them. Perfect size compartments for LPs!

So it's perfect for all of our retro-oriented needsWink


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Haha! That should be IKEA's new ad campaign slogan.
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What’s the sizing like on MOTOR engineers such as the 1st model? I wear 6.5 in White’s and Wesco and I’m concerned about Motor double sole. Is their sole flexible and able to actually walk in them?
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I haven't worn those boots, but I do have a pair of Motor boots and I take one size down from Brannock with them. I'm a 10.5 and my 9H fit quite well, though a little wide. I tried on the dress engineers and those are a bit more slim, but I take the same size. I would guess that the other engineers would be quite similar. 
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Not engineer boots but I recently purchased a pair of Finnish army boots, old style (pull-on). The pair I got were unissued and had direct molded soles. They are as tall as riding boots but the leg through the ankle and lower leg is very full. They are a little loose in the foot, so I've had to use some imagination and thick socks so they are suitable for long walks. I don't have a camera, so I can't post a photo. This is what they look like:  https://www.varusteleka.com/en/product/finnish-leather-jackboots-surplus/30216
They really aren't 'jackboots,' since the leather in the leg is fairly soft. They have proven to be ideal for the swampy places I go walking. The shipping was pretty fast, too, considering that they came from Finland.
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