Author Topic: Uncle Sams Sutlerly on ebay  (Read 6656 times)

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Re: Uncle Sams Sutlerly on ebay
« Reply #25 on: July 22, 2008, 01:52:32 pm »
"... Well they were working ok until they got wet and the glue failed thus causing the shoes to fall apart."

Ha!  well that is authentic.... that happend in 1863 too ... unscruplus Gov. contrators

But your right , and Andy knows my testmonial on his boots....
I'm not dissing Butternuts , but I will prase Andy
when planets the deal !

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Re: Uncle Sams Sutlerly on ebay
« Reply #26 on: July 23, 2008, 08:41:47 am »
I have a pair of Fall Creek's regular boots (slightly higher in front, but not the full flap type) and they are great.  Worth MUCH more than I paid for them.
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Re: Uncle Sams Sutlerly on ebay
« Reply #27 on: July 23, 2008, 09:21:28 am »
I have fall creek's officer brogans and with a set of sports orthotics(sp) put in them they are my most comfortable cowboy boot to wear bar none.

I have nothing but praise for their stuff.  They have stood up to mud, dust, rocks etc etc...  The only issue I have had is be careful on slate and grocery store type floors - with the hob nails - they are slick on that kind of surface.

I have used mostly them and Quartermastershop and am looking at another Sutler for a French 1870-1880 uniform - but they are US made to order and quite costly.

But I need one to go with my French 1873 (11mm) pistols and my WWI french carbines!!

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Re: Uncle Sams Sutlerly on ebay
« Reply #28 on: July 24, 2008, 07:18:19 pm »
FCS...makes two grades of boots, one pair sells for around $175.00, the other is the custom boots (around $225.00 last years prices), I don't think you can buy a better boot for the money, custom fitted. As Deadeye get what you pay for....

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Re: Uncle Sams Sutlerly on ebay
« Reply #29 on: July 25, 2008, 10:48:20 pm »
Thank you all for helping me sort out these two competitors' products.  I don't take too kindly to being offered a pair of boots for $120 from a guy using the picture of another guy's boots that he sells for $210.  Same picture tells me it's the same boot.  But I trust you folks here that have assured me it is not.  As for that other guy...  >:(

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