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post #1291 of 1926

Peal and Co

 

 

 

 

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post #1292 of 1926
sdolina, would you mind sharing pictures of the boots from a wearers perspective?
post #1293 of 1926
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang View Post

Dub suede (Click to show)
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Normally not a big fan of double monks, but these look rather nice. Have you shared where your shoes are made? Couldn't find it on your site...
post #1294 of 1926

Pretty cool get a G&G feeling out of this.

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Handgrade double monk

post #1295 of 1926
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Originally Posted by Patek View Post

I don't know what your budget is but I do love my EG. You can find similar models from other makers but I have two pairs of shoes that I have worn with everything from a casual suit to jeans:
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In addition, I don't know what people here are spraying on their shoes but I advise against it. Suede should be brushed and cleaned regularly. It will start to get some patina with time but as long as you are not changing your oil in them they clean off just fine. Also, I don't understand some member's fear of water as suede can be washed.

Both are great looking. I have a pair of boots in dark brown suede that is very similar looking, but mine are made by Ron Rider.

-LR
post #1296 of 1926
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Originally Posted by bluedove View Post


How Makes this BOOT

I don't know how to make them, but they appear to be made by Alden. Hope this helps.
post #1297 of 1926
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Normally not a big fan of double monks, but these look rather nice. Have you shared where your shoes are made? Couldn't find it on your site...

The handgrade line is made in Taiwan and the benchgrade line is made in Vietnam. With the lower cost of labor there we're able to put a lot more handwork in these, more than even C&J handgrade.

post #1298 of 1926
post #1299 of 1926
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The handgrade line is made in Taiwan and the benchgrade line is made in Vietnam. With the lower cost of labor there we're able to put a lot more handwork in these, more than even C&J handgrade.

I have examples from CJ and LM Meermins. My Wang chukka boots are on par with both, love em.

Thanks Kent.

post #1300 of 1926
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post #1301 of 1926
^^ Those are awesome. Details please!
post #1302 of 1926
They are Mcnairy Boots made years ago for Urban Outfitters, ebay find bought for a friend.
Even I am not an unusual boots guy, I found those great looking, really nice boots.
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post #1304 of 1926
Hampton - I like the last shape. Who is the maker?
post #1305 of 1926
Yes. There should be a law against posting shoes without deets.
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