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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

what do you like most about that model?

If I'm not totally mistaken, that comment was a little tongue-in-cheek. lol8[1].gif
post #14762 of 20253

Great minds think alike !  ;)

post #14763 of 20253
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Originally Posted by Sander View Post


Thanks!
Already on its way. wink.gif I have the same for myself (U doesn't fit me as well and I have similar shoes) and I can't take them off.

Is there a double sole on the Museum calf?

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Shouldaville - Gorgeous shoes. Model and Last details? Who did you order them through?

 

 

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There Will Be oxBlood

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Originally Posted by CASE97 View Post
 

 

That's the Old English II on the F last if I'm not mistaken - I have exactly the same, and it's probably the best shoe choice I've ever made: the colour and brogueing are dark and subtle enough for serious business dress, but warm enough for an odd jacket and chinos on a lazy weekend.  And the F last is just wonderful.

 

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Originally Posted by Nikola View Post
 

:wow: I imagine these in Plum Museum .. That would be a pure porn .. Is this style available as a MTO?

 

This style, which in the civilised world is known simply as a balmoral, is based on Vass's "French Oxford" model.  You can order it direct from them in any leather, size or fitting you like.  Any last, too, though I'd recommend leaving it on the F.

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The F last and the OEii is the best marriage between a shoe design and a last. Perfectly well suited for each other.
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I think those are the oeii boots
post #14768 of 20253

I see, yes.  That could be even  better. :)

post #14769 of 20253
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Originally Posted by vriche View Post

Is there a double sole on the Museum calf?

No, Vass' single sole is already quite thick. We thought a single sole is better suited for this kind of elegant shoe.
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

I think those are the oeii boots

oeii?
post #14770 of 20253
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Originally Posted by Sander View Post

No, Vass' single sole is already quite thick. We thought a single sole is better suited for this kind of elegant shoe.
oeii?
Old English II.
post #14771 of 20253
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Originally Posted by Shouldaville View Post

There Will Be oxBlood

Really sharp!!.  Did you think about ordering the HAF outsole instead of the single one?.  I think both ways should look outstanding for boots in this model.

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Originally Posted by DonRaphael View Post

Old English II.

lol8[1].gif I thought it was maybe Japanese.
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Orange, gold, and dark brown museam

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"Horween color #8"
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Some awesome boot makeups. Left 2 remind me of saint crispin 401 and 402. Far right osloer. All on f last
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