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Originally posted by shredwin_206 shredwin_206 wrote:

So my Lofgren are starting to have very little tread left on the front sole of my Lofgren Engineers.

Who has had a re-sole done? Where did you have them done? Did you go with the same sole or something with more tread/traction??
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-Edwin


John Lofgren recommended Georgio Sheklian at Sierra Shoe Repair in Fresno, CA. They're old friends, both recently relocated to Fresno to help out with their respective family businesses (John's helping out on the family farm, Georgio took over his father's shoe repair business). Georgio got the right machinery to do the proper logger heel shape on the Lofgren engineers and it's perfect. Really nice fella too. 
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Has anyone got any knowledge about sizing with Engineer Boots from Moto Leather (MOTOR)? 
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Motor 1st and 3rd Gen are in EE width and are indeed extra wide.  I wear 8EEE in White's and Motor 3rd gen 8.5, Lonewolf Engineer 8.5, so I think the Motor are pretty true to size.  Those are some of the best fitting boots for my wide feet.  2nd gen is D width which I have not tried on, so no idea but if your feet are D width, I doubt you will be comfortable in the 1st/3rd gen.
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There's a pair on ebay on at the moment that I'm tempted to buy. Beautiful boots.

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