It's not nearly as bad as I had envisioned when I read your initial description. I thought you meant all of the seams had contrasting stitching.
But, as others have mentioned, it isn't what you ordered and you should be entitled to a free replacement.
All appear to be very nice wallets.
I prefer the open end of the "flap" on the left side of the Launer; I believe it makes bills more accessible. Even though it is doubtful you plan to use it as a checkbook, my guess is that model is made that way for writing checks with carbonless duplicate paper.
Originally Posted by Tarmac
They are both made superbly but I have to give the edge to Edward Green aesthetically. It's a combination of where the seam is placed on the shoe and how well it is finished. "The Dover Man" is THE man.
Based strictly on the pictures posted, I prefer the EG. As Tarmac said, for me, it's the seam placement.
Originally Posted by Fuuma
Wait, can I buy this thread??
Meant to post this in the Men's Style forum, then subsequently found a thread about this very subject.
Mods, please feel free to remove this thread. My apologies.
I did a brief search and didn't see this subject addressed.
I would like to buy a white and a pink OCBD shirt. I was contemplating having Jantzen make up one, then tweak a bit for the second, before moving on to CEGO once my measurements are more zeroed in.
I realize the trad norm is to have a pocket (or even a flap pocket for the ultra-trad), but can anyone offer reasoning (other than "that's the way it is") for my not having an OCBD made without pockets?
Originally Posted by Sid
8.5 is close...
Did someone on this forum buy these shoes? Just curious.
They sat for several days with one $9.99 bid. I was semi-interested in buying them and made a $25 bid in the last minute or two of the auction. They ended up going for $32 + $16 shipping.