- SIZING: Order ½ size smaller than you wear in sneakers.
- Studded rubber soles for extra grip on all surfaces.
- Classic cap-toe style ankle boot featuring a lace-up vamp, speed-hook eyelets and flat wax laces.
- Goodyear welt construction for added support and durability and a water-resistant seal.
- Cork footbed and EVA comfort strip that form to your feet over time for all-day comfort.
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Will be with me for a long time.
I'm a boot guy. Retired First Class Warrant Officer.
Here's what you should do.
First: The laces have a hard time going threw the round eyelets because there flat and need to be round. I changed mine right away and it makes a big difference.
Second: Thursday boot says to order 1/2 size smaller. Don't. If you take a 11mUS like me than order size 11. There going to be nice and smug. Then put in a Dr.Scholl's Sport with arch support insoles (spend so money here, its no big deal) You'll be then walking on pillows, very comfortable.
Third: Get yourself some Kiwi shoe polish of the same color and take care of the leather, just go to YouTube on how to care for boots. Do this and the'll last and look beautiful for years and years.
Four and final: Order up a shoe storage bag and use it on the off season that your not using it. That will keep the dust and dirt way. Top shoe companies include this bag in the box. Too bad Thursday didn't do this. It says a lot if they had one included. (would cost what 50 cents)
The boots I received had very good leather quality with no major defects (ie. no loose grain creasing, surface cracking,
visible veins, striping, etc...). Only some minor scuffs, and a small shallow cut towards the toecap that is not visible unless you look underneath. No cracks or peels. Also some bad stitching on the quarter towards the toecap.
However, the build quality was not quite right. One boot has a cracked welt, a visible welt stitching exposed near crack and the heel does not sit flat. The other boot has a cracked welt as well. Overall, most of these issues affect the structural integrity of the boots.
Going through an exchange/return process now...
Update: After going through 2 exchanges due to the issues described above, I ended up getting the brandy coloured leather boots. Not sure why, but the quality control and the leather for this pair was much better for this colour; plus I like this colour more with the lighter tones and faded dark browns. When trying the browns ones, I noticed that it was easier to crease. These ones, not so much. I've been wearing them for 2 days now so I'm still breaking them in.
My complaint right now is the back of my heel is being chafed since day 1. The material in the inside of the back of the heel is this suede material, which really puts a lot of friction and gave me a hard time walking. Granted, I was wearing an old pair of merino wool socks where the back of the heel was worn out. But after switching to a thicker pair of merino wool socks, it's not as bad now but I can still feel it, so I may need to insert something. Overall, updated to 4/5 stars. Hoping that chafing will go away after the boots are worn in.
The sole is comfy enough for most surfaces. Grip is good on wet surfaces too. Warning though : do NOT wear on snow or ice; that could prove lethal. On snow, these things are as slippery as waxed skis.
That snow caveat aside though, these boots are perfect. They are very versatile and can dress up or down, they're very comfortable, they're relatively cheap, and they looks sturdy enough to last.
For me, they didn't have a hard break in like a pair of red wings or wolverines, and they are snug in the toe box with a little extra room for. Thicker pair of socks.
Would recommend these to family and friends however. I wish they were priced at 199 instead of the 250 CAD as this mean they loose a star for competing against other Goodyear welt shoes in that price point, and seems to go against their core brand message of a better boot for less.