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Shoe Damage Report & Shoe P0rn Central - Part II - Page 9

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Yep. Plaza PTB in Cordovan #8.
^^^Hard to believe Alden can look this good. Stunning!
post #122 of 19126
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post
Cos cos cos.. Lettuce

I like. Maker?
post #123 of 19126
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Originally Posted by gumercindo View Post
I like. Maker?

Superga.
post #124 of 19126
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Where from?

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Originally Posted by archetypal_yuppie View Post
looks like corthay

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They look like some Aubergine Arca's, by Pierre Corthay Definitely up there as one of my "grail" shoes.

I think that Arca's may very well be some of the most gorgeous shoes I have ever seen. If only they were Goodyear welted

Well, they are in fact JLP Luffield in plum museum calf





post #125 of 19126
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post

He have hammer toes,
left foot.
Bad fit footwear cause that.
ls left foot longer than right?
post #126 of 19126
These are navy suede wholecuts with fake captoe. Corthay like last.








These are specs. The dark is a blue micro grain? The white has perforations on a rectangular grid. I got these lined in linen for summer. On a modern round last.





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post #127 of 19126
^^^I like the specs. It's not a shoe I'd wear, but I do like them.
post #128 of 19126
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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post
He have hammer toes,
left foot.
Bad fit footwear cause that.
ls left foot longer than right?

Son Of Podiatrist
post #129 of 19126
Testoni (Norwegian construction). A few years old, back when Black Label was the high end line.
After-market antique finish by Rider. Not a fan of heel plates. Asked for toe plates, but the cobbler did both toe and heel plates

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post #130 of 19126
Testoni (Norwegian construction) is very good.
post #131 of 19126
Thread Starter 
Today, my favorite shoes: G&G Harrow (GG06-Expresso Calf):
Naked:





With lace:


post #132 of 19126
Awesome!
post #133 of 19126
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post
Not a fan of heel plates. Asked for toe plates, but the cobbler did both toe and heel plates


Four seconds work with a kitchen knife will have the heel taps off, with no damage done.
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post #135 of 19126
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Four seconds work with a kitchen knife will have the heel taps off, with no damage done.

+1, or a screwdriver for instance.
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