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The welt is stiched to the mid sole which is next cemented to the outsole.This is pretty common for this kind of vibram sole ( and also for vibram morflex, crepe soles etc.)Btw Very nice make up.All these boots make ups from meermin are very nice, but that fucking omnipresent storm welt is a deal breaker for me.I really dislike how meermin, carmina and orher spanish makers do it
Thanks for posting this, very very strange sizing...
It is considered by vendors a standard US width.C&J (like Eg, Trickers) have only one scale for widthC&J marked D are truly narrower than the ones marked as E (and not identical and just conversion)http://www.styleforum.net/t/177625/uk-or-us-sizing-c-j-for-bbThe sizing used for lenght is controversial as previously stated, but the one used for width seems to be clear.
The only sure thing is that they are a narrow Uk D width, as stated by the /4 on the insole. Consider this if you compare them to your UK E size (/5 writed on insole)
They are Hiro Yanagimachi Bespoke http://instagram.com/hiroyanagi1999
The toe profile from the side speak for 325 or 335, surely not 365
For sale a brand new pair of: Edward Green "Troon" Single Monk Strap Shoes Dark Oak Antique Single Leather Sole and Brass Buckle Size UK 10, Last 82, F Width The shoes are in A1 First Quality - Perfect pristine conditions, never worn and never tried-on. Supplied with their Original Box, Shoe Bags, Polishing Cloth and Care Booklet Measurements (for reference only): Outsole Lenght: 31,5 cm Outsole Width: 10.8/11 cm Insole Lenght: around 30,5...
For sale a brand new pair of: John Lobb "Cavendish" Oxford Shoes Copper Suede Single Leather Sole with Bevelled Waist Size UK 9.5 , Last 7000, EE Width The shoes are First Quality (not R or S marking) in perfect amazing conditions and Unworn, supplied with John Lobb Box and Care Booklet SOLD Payment via Paypal in Euro Feel free to ask any question! Thanks
But are you serious?This is the Loake Official Thread, do you think that for a member interested to buy a pair of Loake, is more useful a good and honest comparision with other brands with realistic pros an cons, or a one way "appreciation" like the one you suggest (and do)?I don't see any negative comments above.
I really like their Casual / Mcnairy / Thom Browne ranges, and I own/owned and handled lots of models,but honestly I never found their Ambassadors range interesting, too "old man" lasts and styles, some really UGLY like their penny loafer.Diplomats are nicer but I don't have experience with them.Their best is obviously the casual/country range and private labeling.
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