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+1If allowed on a different last, I understand it would have to be MTO or TD.IMO, the Asquith is best suited for the 888. And there are plenty of models for which I would not say that.
I don't plan to be part of this order, but that would be a very nice shoe.Something similar is here:http://www.khakisofcarmel.com/just-in-edward-green-ullswater/And here (C&J):http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Peal-Co.%C2%AE-Leather-Wingtips/MH00442,default,pd.html?cmp=AFC_CJ_ShopStyle.com_Brooks+Brothers+Product+Catalog&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_source=cj&utm_campaign=2178999&cvosrc=affiliate.cj.2178999
I found this curious as well. Frankly, any of the models being discussed in various smooth calf offerings would be just as desirable (perhaps more so) to me: edwardian, chestnut, hazel, burnt pine.
Some truth to this.
I would add:A flex sole is a single leather sole soaked in oil. A double waterlock sole is a flex sole (i.e., single leather sole soaked in oil) plus the addition of a regular leather (i.e., non-oil soaked) midsole.
Single MTO's thru Skoak are very decently priced, and come with zero headaches.
Makes the 202 look downright sleek.
For a captoe Oxford with medallion toe, it is hard to beat the Asquith, regardless of maker.
I agree it would be best in a derby or boot.
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