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Vasque Men's Sundowner GTX Hiking Boots

Vasque Men's Sundowner GTX Hiking Boots

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I have had a pair for years and they have served me quite well, working as a bouncer in NYC, outdoors every winter.
The price is right but I can’t risk getting stuck with the wrong size.
Will 14 wide be an option next time these drop?
I had a pair like these years ago, so I joined the drop. Before they were made in Italy & were very good quality, hope these are the same since Red Wing bought them out.
This is the first drop that I've looked at that has shoes or boots available in wide sizes. Every single other one that I've looked at had them only in a single width. I have very wide feet so I stopped even looking at Mass drops for shoes, knowing that they wouldn't have wide sizes available.
I clicked on this one because my main set of hiking boots was Vasque GTX Sundowners. So I was delighted to see that wide sizes are available. I hope Massdrop continues to do this.
I won't be joining this Mass drop though. I'm looking for more lightweight shoes or boots, most likely in size USA 7.5 and the Vasques only go down to size 8.
Does anyone know if tax & shipping will be extra?
Topmac7
If your shipment is going to Canada then yes. Based on the price there will be additional charges. I go headphones about the same price and paid $31.00 at the door.
No wide in 14 :(
Here it's a beer at sundown
For what it’s worth, the company did address the quality issues they had a few years ago. When they say they went back to the “original“ molds...these are the newer models. I bought a pair for Christmas and did need to exchange them a week later when one of the steel eyelets popped out...but the replacement pair has been going strong after some hard and wet summer backpacking and hiking.
I'd steer VERY clear of these things. They used to be nice boots when they were made in Italy. I bought some a few years ago and they only lasted a couple of months before the sole split in half and Redwing refused to warranty them. Keep in mind, I didn't even use these for hiking or outdoor use, I mostly wore them to work in an office setting. The store I purchased them from stopped carrying them because of all the complaints.
Boots seem nice but why are they called "sundowner"? Seems a bit odd to associate with dementia
Garrett57
In South Africa/Namibia a sundowner is like a happy hour held while the sun goes down outdoors.
FrancoisL
Thanks for clearing that up!