Today we introduce a special shoemaker from Japan to everyone.
We're searching all around the world for great shoemakers.
Looks nice. Looks like Joe Works to me, but I'm sure it could be one of several others too :-)
T4 pointed out something that's easy to miss, and I did not see it as so rude.
That said, I still think it's a great model, and good work from the Skoaktiebolaget guys to get Enzo Bonafe to create this new pattern.
Nice comparison. Amazed you got all that down in some hours.Your chisel toe would be more towards what Marquess' square toe shape toe is like. It's fun to see how the proportions change due to a slight rounding of the edges.In my opinion, the main difference of the last shape is how Shoji aspires to keep the lines as straight as possible, whereas Yohei cuts in a bit more to acquire his look.I think they're both great, but for my next pair I may ask for a slightly more...