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I'm as impatient as anybody, but just keep in mind that it's not unusual for these things to take a little more time given the culture over there. Also, she probably get here inbox slammed with spam, being that people are always posting her email here. (People write code that crawls the web looking for xxx@xxx.xxx and then scrapes those bits of text and aggregates them. Then they sell the lists of email addresses in bulk to people who want to make giant email marketing...
I think that I probably could come up with 12 shoemakers that "choose not to work with shell cordovan" I think that I could refute each one of your points.  I just don't care to.
You win.  I'm wrong.
I suspect that this may be a contributing factor to why many shoemakers choose not to work with shell cordovan.  Not only is it difficult to procure, but sometimes you end up with these types of imperfections on a finished product (and sometimes you don't).  Then they either have to discard a pair of shoes that was made with scarce and expensive materials and has already had hours of labor dedicated to them, or pass it off to the consumer, who may be dissatisfied.   They...
 My mistake.  I simply right-clicked in Chrome and selected Search Google for Image.  @Bespoke DJP Maybe reach out to OP @JubeiSpiegel ?
http://www.styleforum.net/t/141581/allen-edmonds-appreciation-thread-reviews-pictures-sizing-etc/3330#post_5267078
I wear the same size in Oscar, Robert and Uetam.  in terms of roominess: Oscar>Robert>Uetam.  Also worth noting, the instep is slightly on the high side, and the toe box is slightly on the narrow side.
That will be dope! Just this fall they put a RLH sole on a boot for me that normally has a vibram christy, and I didn't even get hit with the full up-charge, just a bump for the materials.
True.  PTB on Llubi.
No way, that Sherman with the RLH has a midsole and is $305.  (And that's with more premium materials, such as the RLH and American Bison.) Their demand must really be THAT good. I would think their cost to produce a camp moc on leather sole is like $50-$75.
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