Quote:Originally Posted by Pembers People pay outrageous prices for used Berluti. Very silly, especially given the abundance of (Italian) shoes along the same lines that are cheaper, more stylish and better-made.
OK, in your...
Quote:Originally Posted by T4phage prototypes
round and square
on teh welt
is wax because
he had just finished
using the welt
T, you are a good man to have as a client. Your posts far exceed most paid marketing.
Quote:Originally Posted by Superfluous I think this is the only way I could do alligator shoes. Maybe also alligator loafers. However, I don't think alligator lace ups work well.
Seems a bit of a waste. Trouser legs will cover the...
Quote:Originally Posted by alloy13 I really don't feel the allure of white in spectator shoes. There's so much contrast and just makes the shoes look like painted school shoes.
I would think spectators work well with colours of...
[/quote]Quote:Originally Posted by meister Spectacular.... the first and last ones in particular
I agree 100%. A similar 100% handmade by Florsheim circa 1930. The welt edge is cut so close, it is virtually invisible.
Quote:Originally Posted by mr monty Top shelf, 3rd shoe (brown and white) details??
looks like RL?
RL has traditionally reproduced several U.S. vintage shoe styles, with C&J making some very nice ones.
My pair is a Johnston &...