2/11/13 at 10:34pm
Posts by stupendous
2/5/13 at 7:23am
For my SCa, they actually fit perfectly! . Especially compared to my G&G which are really, REALLY tight!I'll try...firstly, the leather seems to be of higher quality. There are a lot of finishes and burnishing effects available. Mine are 105s made of crust leather, and they are beautiful!For the broguing, SC use unique patterns.Design-wise, they both have great designs, so that's even between the two of them.For the sole? Vass uses JR soles as standard I believe,...
2/4/13 at 8:12am
I have both Vass and SC, one of each, the Vass MTO and the SC RTW. The SC fits better, and feels to provide more support, likely due to the narrower waist. The sole looks to be done better, and for the pairs that I specifically own, the overall quality and finish seem to be better. Of course, this is reflected in the price point.It really depends on what you are willing to pay and, maybe more importantly, what you want.My 2c.
2/3/13 at 3:57pm
2/3/13 at 3:55pm
Quick one...how much of a difference is there between the E and F widths in the TG73 last? A little, a lot or somewhere in between?
1/30/13 at 5:52am
Well, working in the financial industry precludes wearing such shoes for work, and a limited budget preludes buying (and wearing) such shoes anywhere else! Lol!They are, at least, interesting. I have my own opinions, but am interested to hear (read) yours.
1/30/13 at 5:46am
1/28/13 at 8:32pm
+1000. We all spend a not insignificant amount of money on shoes, and the extra weight (hopefully, no excess luggage charges) are a necessary evil in order to ensure that they last as long as possible. I usually bring two pairs of shoes for my two-night trips, and three pairs for week-long ones. I always bring the proper trees for the shoes. I know that this is a G&G thread, but the best trees are those provided by St. Crispins - they're lasted, and hollowed out...
1/27/13 at 12:04am