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post #31 of 49
Pimpin'!
post #32 of 49
Gaz,

Great catch. The shoes are too sexy for you to wear and Mrs. Gaz may not like you wearing them to get female attentions. So, what to do ? Pass them to me at half of your cost, kakakaka :-)
post #33 of 49
hmm not feeling it
post #34 of 49
Gaz i really cant beleive you went thru and got these THING'S!!!
post #35 of 49
looks great gaz! +1 on the 002 last!!!
post #36 of 49
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hmm not feeling it

I dont know if its my "conservative side" but im not feeling it either but they are obviously a stunning shoe and ooze class !!
post #37 of 49
Corthay and AUBERCY are very creative and are more designed for the urban Dandy than the CEO...
It is not my cup of tea but we all have different taste making this forum interesting.
post #38 of 49
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the follow up comments. I noticed that the nay comments are much more constructive and civilised. Looks like either the juviniles have left due to the recession or grown up a little.
This is certainly not a conversative pair but it does add a bit of flair to the rotation.

Gaz
post #39 of 49
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Originally Posted by gazman70k View Post
Thanks for the follow up comments. I noticed that the nay comments are much more constructive and civilised. Looks like either the juviniles have left due to the recession or grown up a little.
This is certainly not a conversative pair but it does add a bit of flair to the rotation.

Gaz

An SF first! I think we're becoming soft, gentlemen.
post #40 of 49
Hi, Whilst I'm not 100% on the colours I really think the shoes have some sophistication about them and I like them very much.

I may get blasted for this, but I really do like shoes that stand out (in the correct environment). Not in a flash, or garish way. But in a way that can provide a conversation point with people who may not be well versed in shoes.

So, well done for being so "daring". I just wished that I could afford something similar

Clint
post #41 of 49
We sometimes forget watching one picture that particular pair of shoes is part of an overall collection..
It is easier for someone having already every shoe colours and styles under the sun to pick up a more risky pair than for the beginners...
Somebody asked me once why I did order a pair of bespoke shoes with a deep wine colour, the answer is most likely that I have already enough brown/black/burgundy oxfords or derbys and I really ewanted something different this time.
post #42 of 49
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
We sometimes forget watching one picture that particular pair of shoes is part of an overall collection..
It is easier for someone having already every shoe colours and styles under the sun to pick up a more risky pair than for the beginners...
Somebody asked me once why I did order a pair of bespoke shoes with a deep wine colour, the answer is most likely that I have already enough brown/black/burgundy oxfords or derbys and I really ewanted something different this time.

Cha ching!!!
post #43 of 49
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Originally Posted by Four Aces View Post
Gaz,

Great catch. The shoes are too sexy for you to wear and Mrs. Gaz may not like you wearing them to get female attentions. So, what to do ? Pass them to me at half of your cost, kakakaka :-)

Now why did you have to drag Mrs Gaz into this. I'll email Mrs Four Aces a link to the purse forum.
post #44 of 49
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I have a vague memory that these are galoshes not specs. Regardless, they're certainly interesting.

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Originally Posted by gazman70k View Post
According to wikipedia, and not claiming that wikipedia is 100% accurate, "Galoshes (from French: galoches), also known as gumshoes, dickersons, or overshoes, are a type of rubber boot that is slipped over shoes to keep them from getting muddy or wet. The word Galoshes might be used interchangeably with boot, especially a rubberized boot. "

Maybe you were thinking of something else but if I have misused the term "spectators" then I stand corrected.

This may shed light:
http://www.mensflair.com/style-advic...-city-shoe.php
http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/...-day-wear.html
post #45 of 49

Very enlightening - good show.
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