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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

^ Blue.
I don't like to be clamped in. I get claustrophobic. Plus, then I can't play footsie across the conference desk.

I find you get them comfortably tight ...4 hours later you foot is hurting.
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

These are going to bore the hell out of everyone.....
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Is that the 202 last?

I was deciding between that and the G&G black Oxford on the CC06 last.

Went with the latter.
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Some of the MTO projects we got going with A Fine Pair of Shoes are going to the positively p0rnographic:slayer:

shell cordovans in various dark and light brown shades in

-double monks
-single swept-back monks
-two-toned balmoral boots
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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post

Some of the MTO projects we got going with A Fine Pair of Shoes are going to the positively p0rnographic:slayer:
shell cordovans in various dark and light brown shades in
-double monks
-single swept-back monks
-two-toned balmoral boots

Totally! The double monks are pretty much ready to be lasted and I think the bal boot just needs 1 and the monk 2?

Should be exciting!
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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post

Is that the 202 last?
I was deciding between that and the G&G black Oxford on the CC06 last.
Went with the latter.

Yes, it's the 202. IMHO this is the best last for the chelsea.
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Cross post from the Meermin thread................
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Beautiful but am I the only one who does not like this new latest thing of a single shoe bag?
post #12562 of 20750
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

Yes, it's the 202. IMHO this is the best last for the chelsea.

Are those a D or an E width?

Pic from above makes them look like the perfect round toe.
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Originally Posted by Wes Bourne View Post

Are those a D or an E width?
Pic from above makes them look like the perfect round toe.

Thanks! They're E.
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Bontoni St. Regis MTO Just Arrived.

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Any good deals on the EG Dover anywhere?
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x-post from SW&D, since you guys might be more familiar with these brands.

 

Need a pair of Burgundy dress shoes.  I can't find burgendy brogue or cap toe from C&J anywhere else, so I suppose I need to pay the Ben Silver premium. On the other hand, the AEs are significantly cheaper. Which one should I get?

 

http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/producti_SF3878_1_40000000001_-1

 

http://www.bensilver.com/The-Downing-Wingtip-In-Burgundy,1659.html

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Originally Posted by Alphataru View Post

x-post from SW&D, since you guys might be more familiar with these brands.

 

Need a pair of Burgundy dress shoes.  I can't find burgendy brogue or cap toe from C&J anywhere else, so I suppose I need to pay the Ben Silver premium. On the other hand, the AEs are significantly cheaper. Which one should I get?

 

http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/producti_SF3878_1_40000000001_-1

 

http://www.bensilver.com/The-Downing-Wingtip-In-Burgundy,1659.html

 

Neither is offensive or horrible. The C&J are more expensive, but probably not disproportionally to the add quality/design over the AEs. I think whether or not it's worth it depends on why you NEED a pair of burgundy dress shoes? 

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Originally Posted by Ejirardo View Post

Bontoni St. Regis MTO Just Arrived.
166
469
166

 

Is that seriously a 7 eyelet oxford? Seems... extreme?

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Originally Posted by joshuadowen View Post

Is that seriously a 7 eyelet oxford? Seems... extreme?

im confused why anyone would stop at 7. 9 is customary for a balmoral.. boot
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Originally Posted by joshuadowen View Post

 

Neither is offensive or horrible. The C&J are more expensive, but probably not disproportionally to the add quality/design over the AEs. I think whether or not it's worth it depends on why you NEED a pair of burgundy dress shoes? 


I normally wear sneakers like CP & Lanvin, but I've been wanting to buy some dress shoes for a while.

 

I've added a black pebble grain Tricker brogue, dark brown RL Marlow, and a navy derby. I was thinking about adding something else to compliment what i have. Was thinking tan for the summer, but I was at the C&J store today, and I really like the way burgundy looks.

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