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Posts by Michael Ay329

SLEWFOOT: Those ankle monk boots look great and feel great....but they are a hassle to take on and off...takes some time for the buckle to easily get done...its much more difficult so take off than an ordinary monk strap shoe...buyer beware
Hassle to take on and off...takes some time for the buckle to easily get done...its much more difficult so take off then an ordinary monk strap shoe...buyer beware
Luk-cha...the color....I like the overall look...as if the leather has age and character to go along with it And Fritzl...you are right, I had forgotten, that country shoes look more complete with a double sole
Nice Luk-cha. The hand sewn apron looks nice and the welt looks awesome. Why the double sole? And the color.....
HGB4529...I have the Chelsea on the MH71 and find it to be the most comfortable shoe G&G has made for me. Grab it NOW I just don't find Oxfords as comfortable...and since the Hayes is in a band aid color...its not a business shoe anyway...so I would choose the comfort of the Chelsea
Joonian...I do NOT see it as the U last.. maybe F or the New Peter last as it appears more rounded to me I would pay less than $450 for them
Nick and Knezz...I had forgotten about the Warwick...but I still like it without the brogueing/punching along the throat and top line...thus I had used the Kent as my base
I had them make this shoe without going bespoke http://centipede.web.fc2.com/gandg3.htmlUse the Kent model as the base and remove the medallion. Then ask for imitation brogueing and punching along the apron. I added steel eyelets and asked to remove the single stitching along the throatThis does not require a pattern change...thus it can be done via the MTO
Jerrybrowne, I commend you for experimenting with this design plus the faux lacing. The look of this leather add so much character to this shoe.What convinced you to make a rounded toe last instead of the famed "Cleverley" chiseled & squared toe?
Gorgeous wing tip monk strap design
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