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They sell cloth. In fact, they are the easiest way to buy Molloy and sons and Lovat Mills.... A little pricier, but not by much. Also their swatch samples, though expensive, are huge. Important for larger patterns often found in tweeds.
http://www.intweed.co.uk/content/sites/intweed/uploads/productimages/627/h03_large.jpghttp://www.intweed.co.uk/content/sites/intweed/uploads/productimages/628/h04_large.jpghttp://www.intweed.co.uk/content/sites/intweed/uploads/productimages/162/lm-k569-500-_large.jpghttp://www.intweed.co.uk/content/sites/intweed/uploads/productimages/694/uc094115-480_large.jpgSorry- can't figure out how to imbed these.
My recent haul from Ariston. Quite happy with the quality of these.
Heh. Sorry, I'm slow tonight.
You're going to Hawaii?!! Lucky man. Enjoy the trip!
It was a "no" to shell loafers in general, although strangely, they were wiling to make a pair of crup monks for me at the time. But as you said they have expanded their crup offerings more recently so things might have changed.
Forgot to mention that they have the best arch support of any RTW maker, if that is a key issue.
I looked into EG loafers in shell several years ago and the answer was a big "no". Things might have changed though.Have you thought about Saint Crispin's (perhaps through Skoak)? They will make just about anything you want, allow last adjustments and custom lasts, and allow you to give input into any detail of the shoe, including shape of the lake etc. Also are experienced with shell. They also do not make mistakes with details as Vass often does.Crockett and jones...
Seems like a bad move although they clearly know what they are doing. It's been a long time since I shopped at Ralph Lauren, but I remember the Purple label and Black label customer coming from different demographics.
Coming along nicely. Esp. like the pennies.
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