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post #256 of 264
Got these brand new at great price on eBay. Not my size but they were a great gift for my brother and a perfect fit.
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Got these brand new at great price on eBay. Not my size but they were a great gift for my brother and a perfect fit.

 

Excellent!  Did your brother like the shoes???

post #258 of 264
He loved it. The color especially. I am slowly but surely getting him into fine shoes. First Meccariello and now Corthay wink.gif
post #259 of 264
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He loved it. The color especially. I am slowly but surely getting him into fine shoes. First Meccariello and now Corthay wink.gif

 

'Tis a dangerous path you tread...

post #260 of 264
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'Tis a dangerous path you tread...

I always thought it was more fun to be a Sith than Jedi anyway wink.gif
post #261 of 264

Hello everyone,

 

My name is Chris Tuazon, and I'm a teacher in Shenzhen.  In my free time I update my own menswear and lifestyle blog called the honor roll.

 

I had a chance to photograph and interview a Maison Corthay colorist from Hong Kong. You can read it at the link here: "Kelvin's Colors."  While lacking in depth, I hope you appreciate his thoughts as a shoe artist.  Thanks for reading.

post #262 of 264
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Haha, it's no big deal, thanks Goodman.  I think my left foot is about a quarter size smaller than my right, so that accounts for the "bad" fit, but I also took a look at the pic again and my knee / ankle is bent at a pretty steep angle.  Are well-fitting shoes not supposed to show even a little bit of a gap if you're positioning your leg that way?

 

As for my watch of choice, well, here is my current favorite.  

 

 

 

I suppose there are others who will still say this is a piece of shit.  That's OK though!  Everyone is entitled to their opinion. smile.gif

I'm new to this forum, but a patek 3970J is not a piece of shit. Bravo! 

post #263 of 264
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Hello everyone,

 

My name is Chris Tuazon, and I'm a teacher in Shenzhen.  In my free time I update my own menswear and lifestyle blog called the honor roll.

 

I had a chance to photograph and interview a Maison Corthay colorist from Hong Kong. You can read it at the link here: "Kelvin's Colors."  While lacking in depth, I hope you appreciate his thoughts as a shoe artist.  Thanks for reading.

 

Great profile! Which camera do you use for your captures?

 

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I'm new to this forum, but a patek 3970J is not a piece of shit. Bravo! 

 

Thanks! Quite love her.

post #264 of 264
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Great profile! Which camera do you use for your captures?

 

Thanks!  At the time, I was shooting with a Canon 70D with an 18-55mm STM lens; however, I just picked up the new 50mm prime lens, and it's made a HUGE difference in the quality of shots.

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