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Quote: Originally Posted by Rob_Sutherland Get a pair of SWIMS galoshes (black mobsters are great) and don't worry about boots that don't go with your suit, changing shoes, bringing your dress shoes with you etc... http://swims.com/#/galoshes/mobster_1 +1. Great idea.
Quote: Originally Posted by Horatio Approved I'm wearing a pair today, too... Me too...
I recently bought a pair of Church's Sahara - dark blue with a crepe sole. I'm very happy with them.
Quote: Originally Posted by BeaconHillBoston Are those AE Calhouns? I just picked up a pair on sale, myself. What are the shoes in your avatar? They are awesome. The shoes are C&J Tetbury in black - the one with the dainite sole My shoes in the avatar are G&G Wigmore MTO. Here's a larger picture.
I put segs in the toe of all of my leather soled shoes - otherwise I wear the front down too quickly. I don't have any problem with scratches, but I do tend to kick them out every so often...
I just picked up a pair of the Church's... A great pair of boots, and on discount from Kurt Geiger...
I've been looking for a pair of casual shoes and found these...
Quote: Originally Posted by rich_202 I'd recommend finding a good used Parker 51. You can often find a decent one ebay for around $50.00. I'd recommend learning about the subtle differences in production years, so that you know what to look for. The following sites are quite good: http://www.parker51.com/ http://www.vintagepens.com/Parker_51.shtml I have a Parker 51 from the 50's and it writes beautifully. It is easy to refill, not fussy,...
I've got a pair of Wigmore's on the TG73 last. I take a UK 9.5E standard fitting, which is the same size I take in JLP 7000/8000 and EG202. The TG73 is certainly a snug fit for me in boots - I'm not sure whether this makes any difference in shoes.
X-posted JLP 2009 St Crepin C&J Finsbury Cheaney FS029 Tricker's Stow Tricker's Piccadilly Tricker's Piccadilly Tim Little Bumble Bee EG Sandringham Cheaney
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