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INT: Considering tackling ACCURATE Jango Boots

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    Re: INT: Considering tackling ACCURATE Jango Boots

    Until this project is completed, in addition to GBX brand boots, I would also like to recommend LUGZ as well as REDWING. They both have several styles that, although are not precise, they are somewhat passable. Maybe by the time I finish my Jango armor this venture will be complete, or someone at Kenneth Cole will stumble upon TDH and realize they could make a MINT by simply revisiting the Pit Crew style of boot as a limited run.....say, in the name of Empire's 30th Anniversary!

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    Re: INT: Considering tackling ACCURATE Jango Boots

    Some of you can also take a look at some options on www.tacboots.com
    Hope some of this helps.

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    Re: INT: Considering tackling ACCURATE Jango Boots

    I would be interested in a set.

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    Re: INT: Considering tackling ACCURATE Jango Boots

    Interested, pending the usual - price, accuracy, and availability of my size (11).

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