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smaller crowd than florence too! and much more interesting than milan
hrm, so what differentiates alexandru from lucien? maybe they have the same people crafting the shoes, just different store fronts? next to nachtmarkt isnt the most desirable location for upscale shoe shop their double eyelet bluchers and pricing are tempting
I'm sized for 43U and 42.5F in standard shoes.The 42.5F shoes are a hair too tight for me, esp when feet naturally swell during the day.P2-42.5 boots laces up just right. There is enough breathing room in the toes. And with winter socks they would be a firm-perfect fit. So, very happy as they are.For lacing I actually considered going full eyelets the whole way. In retrospect, would not be practical. I emailed them a pic I found on the web and asked to "make em like...
linen-cotton mix wrinkles slightly less than pure linen. but still wrinkle plenty. and the weight/density of the fabric has a major effect, too, not just the composition; a heavy irish linen could wear equivalent to a lightweight l-c blend. as far as comfort, in tropical climates like south and southeast asia, no clothing fabric is of any help. they are all intolerable. the reason i like the linen is simply for its interesting texture.
yesyesi hang it on my dolphin statue when i get home
youre also crazy but this is nice.love whatever this leather is 2nd from the left - whats it called?
thats a tasty shade of green
im not sure of the terminology. ive seen split toe models with the edges burred off and so i expressed to vass that i preferred this pinched style for confirmation.this is top down of p2 last. they seem a bit wider at vamp and toe box than F last
new arrival this morning
In magnitude of events for people it's a side distraction in their daily lives that ranks about the same as going for coffee.So they stop in after work, a day of shopping, etc. (And there's a big part from walk-up tourists too)The difference is that in general the local population has a tough higher dressing standards than those in California.
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