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They really are like tanks!The 202 is a good last for this shoe.
Yes, I have the whiskey crup version. I'll post some pics tonight.
Here is their current price list for trees. Again, they are very nice but pricey; Hollow Hinged Wax Polished Shoe Trees £647.00 Three-Piece Shoe Trees £696.00 Three-Piece Boot Trees £1,046.00 Wellington Boot Trees £1,278.00 Long Boot Trees £1,823.00
Those boot trees are another ball game. Even more expensive than their standard shoe trees. Very nice though.
Does anyone know of a good source for tan on tan herringbone camelhair overcoating? TIA
This is most appropriate for sport coats. I've amended the original post.
Really? I'd be all over these if they were my size....
It's shetland and a lightweight 360g. It has a feel very similar to breanish, but sturdier. The light blue windows are 3 X 4 inches.
Custom run from Hunters of Brora Shetland tweed came in. I think it came out great and am planning another one (there is some available). If anyone is interested in a brown herringbone shetland similar to the London Lounge version, but cheaper and just a bit less springy, please PM. Best
1. John G Hardy Flannel. 2.5 meters. $250 $200 $180 shipped. 2. Scabal shetland tweed made in England. 2.5 yards of 150 cm width. I don't know the weight of this, but it's pretty heavy. $150 shipped 3. Hardy Minnis Alsport. 2.5 meters $270 shipped. 510 g 4. London Lounge Price of Wales. 2.5 meters. around 500 g/ meter. $300 shipped (way under current asking).
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