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Eidos Napoli Kamakura Equus Rugby RL Loake
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Collar Point:Brooks Brothers OCBD : 8,5 cmIvy Chambray: 8 cmKamakura Regular Oxford: 9,5 cmhttp://www.styleforum.net/t/333221/kamakura-shirts-madison-ave-store/380_10#post_6617910
Absolutely,My post was simply a report of the obvious factory point of view...open to be commented.
Yes, at first I thought the same, but why do this with a boot where the tongue it's so long that it's easily handleable outside, even with an hand underside that cover the lining?
A very curious pic of an Islay uppers before lasting shows the smart way used by C&J to reduce hide waste: The hidden tongues are probably all cutted from a dark brown hide massively used, the rest in the same tan of pembroke coniston etc, matched in the finishing room. From a nice C&J factory tour by Gentleman's Gazette
About Gemming Failure, from a nice C&J Factory Tour by Gentleman's Gazette:
I remember some events in the past with a code especially for sample sale items (and here sample sale items are returnable)
Happy New Year to you too! Here some pics, taken after a quick care process (Saphir MdO Lotion, Dark Brown Cream on Uppers/Welt, Black Cream on Toe/Heel)Here four pics of the minor defects I've found:Right shoe: ugly welt finish, a large tear in the lining (that I glued down with Vinavil, now invisible)Left shoe: doubled welt stitch in the toe (annyoing, but I've cutted the thread excess and covered with cream), cracked buckle (this could be a problem but I hope it will...
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