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For anyone's who interested. I thought that it would be nice to put the pictures in the same place.

Last, AS 53 - Style Name, Carrol.









The wholecut is named Milton, the Adelaide brogue, Carrol and the loafer, Keats.



Not sure what this one is (and apologies for the repeat post).







I've basically lifted these from the "other" site.

Cheers

Clint

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Those adelaides are awesome.

Thank you
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Any info on when/from whom these would be available?
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Those adelaides are awesome.

Thank you

+1. Are both Adelaides on their 53 last?
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Any info on when/from whom these would be available?

As I gather, they're available now, if you ring the factory directly. I'm sure Clint knows more than I though.
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The brogue is splendid, but why make it in Tan? Crockett & Jones do the Handgrade "Clifford" on the 337 last in that colour.
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Dear All,

AS Handgrade shall be available for order from the first of March, unless you are planning on seeing me in NYC this week, looking forward to meeting some of you!

Best, Chay.
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Looking forward to meeting you this week although I have told Edward Green I will only wear their shoes
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The brogue is splendid, but why make it in Tan? Crockett & Jones do the Handgrade "Clifford" on the 337 last in that colour. I'm not a fan of the elongated last, but others may go for it.

All of the styles are available in a broad range of colours not just the tan, there are also three new lasts, any style can be made on any of the lasts in any fitting so there is quite a degree of flexibility within the range. Best, Chay.
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Looking forward to meeting you this week although I have told Edward Green I will only wear their shoes

Sssh! They do make some lovely shoes I must admit!
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Any info on when/from whom these would be available?

They are available MTO direct from the factory.
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+1. Are both Adelaides on their 53 last?

No sir, the espresso is on 724.
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I like the 53 last!

I reckon a pair of a 3 tie Derby style with a skin stitched apron in and mid-dark antiqued brown would look the business.
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As I gather, they're available now, if you ring the factory directly. I'm sure Clint knows more than I though.

Actually, I don't know that much (apart from the snippets I've "stolen" from various sources). I guess that you're nearly right about the availabilty as March is only one week from now.

I see so many lovely shoes on this site, I guess I like what I'm seeing with this manufacturer. Plus, I've had a very good experience with the staff (read Chay). But I'm sure I've already said this over and over and over and over......

I'll be happy when I get to see them in all colours and styles. Then I'd be able to see what AS has that I haven't got and see whether I can rob the bank to buy any .

Bris, I think that you could do far worst than confining your feet to Edward Green. But variety is the spice of life.

Cheers
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I like the 53 last!

I reckon a pair of a 3 tie Derby style with a skin stitched apron in and mid-dark antiqued brown would look the business.

Wonder where you saw that?
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