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post #31 of 1910
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Damn, those are nice -maker?
post #32 of 1910
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Originally Posted by Clark View Post
Alfred Sargent for Thin Red Line:
really like these. doesn't look like they have any more on their site unfortunately.
post #33 of 1910
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
C&J Savile (337), mink
C&J Belgrave (337), polo brown
C&J Tetbury (348), snuff
Santoni (Prince), ambra



post #34 of 1910
jenö kovacs, pápa



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post #35 of 1910
Thread Starter 
NIce shoes, folks ...

May I ask: MOAR!

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These are amazing. Fritzl, is something like possible as part of paprika?
post #36 of 1910
Fritzl, these are very swell shoes.
post #37 of 1910
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
Define 'janky'.

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Originally Posted by r_fine View Post
"Poorly constructed or of inferior quality"?

He probably meant "tacky; in poor taste" and not the above. I don't know whether he say my descriptions of the shoes (ie maker/model).

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I thought a gentleman was supposed to keep quiet in case he did not have anything nice/ constructive to say. The OP never asked for any criticism and to offer crappy remarks is in poor taste. Especially from a person who started a thread purely to criticize a seller for poor taste.

That thread is a trainwreck already. I don't understand these kinds of threads and the recent "polls" at all. However, discussing that is not the point of this thread ... criticism is inevitable when you post photos or start threads here. I take it for what it is.
post #38 of 1910
An older pic, but they still look very much like that (just wore them in fact): Loake for Herring "Campden". PS: Damnit, why is suede so damn sexy?
post #39 of 1910
Lousy photo, but Edward Green for Kurt Geiger in Navy Suede from last years PSA:

post #40 of 1910
More grim photos:

Cheaney Suede Monk's with crepe sole:


post #41 of 1910
x-post from SDRPC




post #42 of 1910
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Originally Posted by Scrumhalf View Post
Being in Oregon where it rains about 7 months of the year, I have been a bit reluctant to pull the trigger on suede shoes. Is this fear irrational?

Yes. I have a pair of dk brown suede Façonnable (AE made) split toe bluchers w/ Vibram Gumlite soles that I wear almost exclusively on rainy days. They were treated with silicone suede spray and have held up very well.
post #43 of 1910
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Originally Posted by designprofessor View Post
Damn, those are nice -maker?

Alden for Leather Sole.
post #44 of 1910
The shade might not be to everybodies taste, but I really need a pair of these. (If any one's selling or knows where to get a pair, PM me...)

post #45 of 1910
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
Lousy photo, but Edward Green for Kurt Geiger in Navy Suede from last years PSA:


very nice and I love the color
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