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George Cleverley George Loafer, Mr Porter Exclusive





post #1757 of 2100
Hey guys

I can buy these Santoni unlined suede shoes (goodyear welted), on sale for 245 euro (they were 490 euro).

What do you think, good deal? I'm not familiar with Santoni shoes, are they good quality? These are sold by a fashion shop (casual style), is it possible that they are of inferior quality? I haven't found them online..

post #1758 of 2100

Do you have a favorite suede brush for cleaning?

post #1759 of 2100
I just use my normal brush for calf.
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C & J Monkton today

AppleMark
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I need more suede in my life.

post #1762 of 2100
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I need more suede in my life.

+1. I'm on a suede kick right now. I love how it softens up an outfit without making it too casual.
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I've been drooling over a suede Mark McNairy derby boot that I saw on an online ad from 2011.  I need them in my life but for teh life of me I cannot find them.  They were supposedly sold at Inventory but their customer service has not been answering emails. Someone help me to quench this heroin-like itch

 

Mark McNairy x Inventory Snuff Suede Dainite Sole Derby Boot

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today

AppleMark
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today

AppleMark

Ha, me too! Milbank, right? It's my only pair on that last, and though I really enjoy the chukkas I find the fit a bit too snug. I went with the same size as my other C&Js, but if I'd had the chance I had gone for an F width...
post #1766 of 2100
Hi SKM, these are Chukka 3

I have lined and unlined chukkas but these are so comfortable. I fear they're getting too much action, but hell thats what they're there for!
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Brooks Brothers Chukka

 

post #1768 of 2100
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Originally Posted by Cleav View Post

Hi SKM, these are Chukka 3

I have lined and unlined chukkas but these are so comfortable. I fear they're getting too much action, but hell thats what they're there for!

 

Thanks Cleav, I see. I have two pairs of chukkas myself, and they're the most stable in my rotation since I use them all year round more or less; for rainy days it's Tetbury, for all other days it's the Millbank. I have been drawn towards the Chukka model myself, but the D-width of the last has kept me on bay.

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Tetbury and millbank icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Bespoke--made by the wife of a shoemaker....


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