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I have P2 chukkas, and while they aren't a disaster from the last's point of view, they aren't nearly as nice as those Fs. They also didn't end up fitting as well as Vass usually does, but that's another story.I've got a pair of wide Fs in process, and if they work, that will imply some re-thinking of my casual shoe inventory.
Madder, challis, or grenadine in dark colors. Sam Hober has nice examples of all 3.
If it were F, it would almost certainly have the beveled waist. Too Central European in any case. Is this so you can replicate an order? Before you get hung up on the best-looking last, find out which ones you fit-- and don't .
Sturdier but not heavier (in the urban tweed family) would be Worsted Alsport II. There are a few windowpanes there. https://shop.hfwltd.com/collection/41
Maybe the first one, which seems to have more height/volume in the toe.
Yikes. It's easy to want to gloat, but there was a lot of pain dished out to people who had no idea. That special needs mom's story hits close to home. People have seen worse, but it's still a huge blow.
Those don't look quite svelte enough to be F, so they're probably P2 or Peter. The second one, especially looks Peter-ish. Banana isn't totally out of the question, but I've seen so few of those I wouldn't want to make too wild a guess on that.
Is this Fidelity? They just asked me in last month for the same thing. No time for networking, and we were asked to comment on some pretty skeevy/unethical advertising they wanted to do.
It's been a while since I've had contact with the American Funds/Capital Group, and it wasn't on the retail side, but FWIW, it has always been known as a good organization. The funds tend to be very large and run by teams (Mr X gets 13%, Ms Y runs 7%, etc.), but for some reason they tend to make good use of the firm's thorough research. Whether that's continuing today, at high enough levels to earn the fees, I couldn't say.
I've got an Alden Glen Check tweed in the works that is about the same but with even a little larger check. We'll see if my shoulders are broad enough to confuse onlookers about that.
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