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post #16 of 19
I have a similar pair of Mantellassi's that I love for the fall and winter. They only look good with bulky pants though - cords, flannels, or ones with a substantial weave. I have pulled them off with bootcut jeans before but you have to be a bit more careful. They mostly get worn on the colder weekends with a casual cord sportcoat.
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by designprofessor
one question, on the photo it doesn't look like the toe has pebblegrain? it'd be strange if it didn't?
In my experience, the pebblegrain isn't really raised on the toes of pebble grain shoes, which are actually smooth. The toe just has a bit of pebbly appearance/pattern. I have some pebblegrain boots on which this is the case.
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by zjpj83
In my experience, the pebblegrain isn't really raised on the toes of pebble grain shoes, which are actually smooth. The toe just has a bit of pebbly appearance/pattern. I have some pebblegrain boots on which this is the case.

Interesting. Didn't know this. I wonder if there is a particular reason why.?
post #19 of 19
I dislike both - the Grenson would do a whole let better without pebble grain; then again , I don't like pebble grain shoes in general.
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