Rancourt & Co. Court Classic Sneakers

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So, some pretty momentous news: Rancourt & Co. is now making sneakers. And they’re beautiful. Really beautiful. Maine-made leather uppers, Horween horsehide lining, and Italian-made Vibram soles, all stitched together in Rancourt’s own Lewiston, ME factory. So not only are these the only American-made minimalist sneakers on the market, they’re some of the nicest too. And, as if all that weren’t pant-tent-inducing enough, you can get them for 20% off if you pre-order. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some sneakers to buy.

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For price and purchase info, visit Rancourt & Co.

  • Illuminatus

    Average looking sneakers
    Quality has to be really good to make people buy them

  • buttonstack

    These are very similar to the shoes Gustin just released.

  • ThisIsScottandThisIsScott

    The leather converse look reminds me of that moment in the late 90’s/early 2000’s when leather soccer shoes were all the rage (think Larry David in the early seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm) It’s a shoe that looks too dressy with jeans or shorts (in a way that boat shoes/moccasins aren’t) but isn’t quite nice enough to go with business casual.

    Basically, I have no idea what to do with these shoes. These and the Gustin ones look nice, I guess, but I can’t imagine a scenario in which I’d wear them.