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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Those boots have one naughty shaft. Hopefully the pull tabs will last, several members have had theirs broken. Apparently shell doesn't last very well due to the tab's horizontal stitching, they become like metro ticket corners.


So that would be a common problem and not just a fabric defect?

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So that would be a common problem and not just a fabric defect?

If you read the post after VRavio's the broken tabs referred were not on AS boots but G&G ones.
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The same loafers after a few wears and some polish:

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The same loafers after a few wears and some polish:
darkened a lot. soles look like carminas
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Awesome!

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The same loafers after a few wears and some polish:
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AS MTO Handgrade Hunt in Chestnut Antique on the 48 Last Via ShoeHealer Personally final finished by Chay Cooper of Alfred Sargent Thanks Guys icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Stunning!

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Stunning!


Thanks Cali If its possible they're even better than the pics !!
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As fine as RTW English Handgrades get. And beautifully finished!
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As fine as RTW English Handgrades get. And beautifully finished!

Chay finished these personally himself over Xmas for me and delivered them too !!! A real gent and he did a great job i think. I placed another order for a make up of Dark Brown Calf and Pin Grain Dark Brown spectator (ish) !! Pics to follow..................
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Reminds me of the G&G Rothschild; Beautiful make-up. Craftsmanship looks great too
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Chay finished these personally himself over Xmas for me and delivered them too !!! A real gent and he did a great job i think. I placed another order for a make up of Dark Brown Calf and Pin Grain Dark Brown spectator (ish) !! Pics to follow..................

Sounds great. Pin grain is so lively. Add so much interest to a shoe. And with no contrast in color your 'spectator' will actually be subtle enough to wear in many situations in which a full on, high contrast, spectator would just be too much.
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Chay finished these personally himself over Xmas for me and delivered them too !!! A real gent and he did a great job i think. I placed another order for a make up of Dark Brown Calf and Pin Grain Dark Brown spectator (ish) !! Pics to follow..................

Sounds great. Pin grain is so lively. Add so much interest to a shoe. And with no contrast in color your 'spectator' will actually be subtle enough to wear in many situations in which a full on, high contrast, spectator would just be too much.

Thats exactly the result we're hoping for in discussions with Chay and Richard from Shoehealer. If i'm not mistaken both leathers to be used are new additions for AS too so should be quite exciting. The model will be based roughly on the Keats from the exclusive range but again on the 48 last.
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My little collection

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Chay finished these personally himself over Xmas for me and delivered them too !!! A real gent and he did a great job i think. I placed another order for a make up of Dark Brown Calf and Pin Grain Dark Brown spectator (ish) !! Pics to follow..................

Sounds a bit like these shoes, which AS make for Herring Shoes:

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?stylid=1812&shoeid=6721&brandid=6&catid=57&oldcolid=3522&stype=0&overlay=0
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