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I prefer the broguing. I like that it's on the toe and heal but not the eyelet tabs. If there were momentum toward an austerity version I'd probably join though.
I am proposing doing the wingtip derby in plum museum. I can see that my last post might have been a little confusing. I would definitely do it on a leather sole. So far only Steve and I have expressed any interest.
I'm fighting a cold and don't think I'm going to make it tonight. Have a ball everyone. Wish I could join you.
I agree and might have proposed it at some point. There wasn't much interest. And now I want that burgundy museum. I can't believe that only Steve and I are interested in this shoe!
Finally took my Formosa sport coat to my alterations tailor to have the sleeves shortened and buttons attached. He really admired the handwork. He wasn't sure that he'd seen a nicer piece in his shop.
Mike can answer this better than I, but it would be a struggle to find a Horween horsehide cafe racer for significantly less than the Wyatt. The material itself is the main driver of price. There are similar jackets with similar hides in the same ballpark price-wise, which just makes it a matter of preference about the details and fit. I like that the skin is skived as thin as it is, which is a differentiator. You can get the same look with cafe racers made with cow...
If I got a 4 in the ts(s) dobby coat, should I go with 4 in quilted jacket? (Worried that the chest might be too small, since the quilted jacket seems like something that might get cut a little slimmer there.)
Completely sold out now! As it should be. I wonder if that's the fastest the SkoAB has had a model go out of stock.
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That makes 2! There was a lot of interest last time I posted about this idea, but it might be overshadowed now in light of those boots (understandably). I'm totally in for this shoe, which will be awesome.
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