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Thanks for the comments all smile.gif

I will be sorting through those in the next few days so will answer any PMs when I get round to it.

Something a little different.

Ferragamo Tramezza "Special Edition":

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and for a certain someone who likes shoe boxes...

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Some nice blue suede chukkas from Edward Green on the 202:

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I wish they were in my size, so no - Artioli crocodile lazy boys with the fixed elastic laces

nephew,
is it on your radar screen
post #12663 of 20750
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post

Thanks for the comments all smile.gif
I will be sorting through those in the next few days so will answer any PMs when I get round to it.
Something a little different.
Ferragamo Tramezza "Special Edition":
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Kooky Eyetalians! biggrin.gif

Can't decide if I like these or not - but they are exuberant!
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post


Kooky Eyetalians! biggrin.gif
Can't decide if I like these or not - but they are exuberant!

+1

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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Kooky Eyetalians! biggrin.gif
Can't decide if I like these or not - but they are exuberant!

I'd actually eyed them up before and was on the fence. Very solid (same weight as a Bally Scribe for example). Rugged model and sloppy in places but still loveable.
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how much?

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I wish they were in my size, so no - Artioli crocodile lazy boys with the fixed elastic laces

Not crazy about the character of the hide on these - but Artioli makes very fine shoes. Hand made all the way. Wish they didn't use those plastic trees.

I have a pair (made for Bijan) that I've never worn. In brown patent leather - can't bear to crease them. Plus I just don't know what occasion/fit calls for brown patent leather.
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post

I'd actually eyed them up before and was on the fence. Very solid (same weight as a Bally Scribe for example). Rugged model and sloppy in places but still loveable.

The 'brushwork' with the dyeing is pretty 'loose'. I know it's intended to be - but it bugs me a bit. In any case - I'm sure that if they were in my closet I'd wear them frequently (odd trousers, moleskins and even jeans.)
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

I'm sure that if they were in my closet I'd wear them frequently (odd trousers, moleskins and even jeans.)

Agreed on this. The excessive broguing is quite fun, I think.
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Kooky Eyetalians! biggrin.gif
Can't decide if I like these or not - but they are exuberant!

I don't - yes they are exuberant

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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

Agreed on this. The excessive broguing is quite fun, I think.

it's not imo, the double punched caps are too much for me. Malford have wonderful shoes.
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Malford, your photography has become excellent.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Malford, your photography has become excellent.

+1 makes me salivate on those blue chukkas even more
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Yeah, they is nice.

Brothers from different mothers...

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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post

Thanks for the comments all smile.gif
I will be sorting through those in the next few days so will answer any PMs when I get round to it.
Something a little different.
Ferragamo Tramezza "Special Edition":
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Interesting but I'm thinking my positive reaction is the "grass is greener" effect. Innovative though.

Always wonder if Ferragamo makes E widths. I've (obviously) seen D but then EE. I assume there is an E width right?
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