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Edwin Clapp 1940s/50s New Englanders in black. Like DFW says when the leather dries out pas a certain point you can't get it back. Hence the surface cracking on the vamps But underneath is is sound.
Tarsal straps 'em!
Very sharp exhibiting what I called the Moilloy "vibe" you don't see for instance in other Donegals like Magee.
Edwin Clapp were the best, J&M Handmade were great too and of course Nettletons. Stetson are also fab and Crosby Square.The best place to get/find/buy such things is style forum member isshinryu101.
Relaxing in my late 40s/early 50s Edward Clapp New Englanders
beautiful what brand are they?x postC&J Suede ghillies for Barneys from a couple years ago with red dainite thin soles!
I have bought a couple of canvassed top quality Paul Frederick suits on discount. The problem is the fusing used in the lapels and foulard pocket rim are inferior so the long of the suit looks ok but you see the bubbling/lifting under the lapels etc.
Warm spring day 30C and as it was Friday went with these: C&J Ghillies for Barneys.
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