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Top opening, I'm not great with the technical terms I don't know if it was just me, but that's what it seemed like at times.
They're a bit slow to be honest, I've sent boots (strap repair) and a pair of shoes for new insoles that took many months. They do a great job otherwise. Perhaps I should send them back, but the shoes have been 'abused' for a while and I'm thinking that I should use them as 'bad weather' shoes after a resole. Oh, and they weren't that much back then.
Nice, the sad thing is that it probably fits me now, but I should really slim back down. regards, Tor
The 2009 is a nice shoe. I've found that the opening (whatever it's called) is a bit wide and you see the top of the front of the shoe, with your socks sometimes peeking between pants and shoe at the front, which i don't particularly like.
Each to their own
Sorry, it's called Tacticus. Go to his instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/_eDl8yRA2m/?taken-by=a.meccariello
I've said this before, I'd get Meccariello to make it for you (Cataline model?). I've had the 2009, and whilst it was one of my favourite Lobbs, it is blobby and unrefined compared to the Meccariello.
Nice poses. Slightly off topic, but does anyone have a shoe repair guy for a complete resole please? I have an old pair of Lattanzi shell brogues that I don't think is worth sending back to Milan.
So Apple are claiming victory in the case vs FBI, seems a bit pyrrhic to me.
Top is Tonik, bottom is fresco 520. I'd say that the tonik is slightly stiffer and smoother.
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