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    Posted: 25 Jun 2020 at 10:41am
Originally posted by dudewuttheheck dudewuttheheck wrote:

Originally posted by Denimetc Denimetc wrote:

^^Great stuff Jake!!

Thanks! Pretty happy with these. Love the Clinch boots to death
 
 
Can you give a brief synopsis on your rankings?  What you like and don't like, etc.
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Canucklehead, how much will you be charging for boots
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Originally posted by Denimetc Denimetc wrote:

^^Great stuff Jake!!

Thanks! Pretty happy with these. Love the Clinch boots to death
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^^Great stuff Jake!!
Too much Denim - too little time...
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Still tweaking design but here are some current samples



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Here's my engineer collection in order from least favorite to favorite because why not?

6. Wesco x Standard and Strange Knuckle Draggers


5. Attractions Horsehide (Lot 444) 


4. John Lofgren in Natural Chromexcel


3. Role Club 2307 

2. Clinch Classic Narrow in black Japanese veg tan cowhide
 

1. Clinch Classic Narrow in brown Italian veg tan horsebutt



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Toys McCoy's

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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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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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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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