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ranger55

"old style" mountaineering boots

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Hey everyone...

I'm desperately searching for pair of Norwegian welt leather mountaineering boot in a mens US size 9.5 medium D width. Kastinger, Gro-Nell, Munari, Fabiano etc.,

These feets just like leather better ! Thanks to all,

Rick

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Scarpa and Meindl make old-skool boots. The slosest place for Meindl is in Vancouver. It's calle AJ Brooks. I think they have a website. The only place I've ever seen the Scarpa's is on the BD website. Of the two, the Meindl boots are much sturdier.

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If you haven't checked their website yet, Sierra Trading Post (sierratradingpost.com) often has the type of boots you're looking for. Very hit or miss, but if you find something, you're unlikely to be able to beat their price (or their very fair and unquestioning return policy). Good luck.

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