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post #13921 of 20766
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Originally Posted by SHS View Post

Long time no Fritzl. Where is he? patch[1].gif

He's taking a break.
post #13922 of 20766
If anyone gave a scheisser, here are the St.Cs...
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post #13923 of 20766
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Originally Posted by gsugsu View Post

^ they are nice aren't they. Saw them on VCH too. What is your opinion on Sutor quality?

Their high end line is top quality in RTW shoes.icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #13924 of 20766
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Originally Posted by SHS View Post

It would be an unexpected bonus if the shoes were pre-prada.

Inside the shoes, just below the Church's logo, does it say 'London, Paris, New York' or 'London, Paris, Milan, New York' ?
post #13925 of 20766
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

Georg Maternas- Thanks for the help Gerd!
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Very nice, want!
post #13926 of 20766
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

The Holy Grail of US Vintage Shoes (really)...
1940's NOS Edwin Clapp Flying Wing Spade Soled Oxford Wingtips.
100% Handmade elegance.
(I can't believe they are a HUGE size 13d! What a rare size for Vintage US Shoes, where most are too small for the modern foot to wear)
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

Those Clapps INFURIATED me with the fact they are waaaaay to big for my feet. Took consolation in these (which, ironically, come from a very good friend who was told they are a 10 1/2D but they ended up being a full 2 sizes smaller)...
1940's NOS Oxford Caps
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The Natural Patina on the upper broguing and stitching comes from the color of the brown stitching slowly bleeding (ever so slightly) into the upper leather. 100% natural.

Pretty awesome!! Needed quoted. happy.gif

Like them both but the Wings seem to be made to a higher standard. Sole shot of the captoes?

About the 100% Handmade, well I think DFW might have something to say about that... shog[1].gif
post #13927 of 20766
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

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Yes,
George Materna make very good shoes.
Hand welted wood peg construction. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
How is fit?
post #13928 of 20766
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

If anyone gave a scheisser, here are the St.Cs...
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very very good. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
look like you get heel slippage?
that style loafer = very very hard fit
post #13929 of 20766
Very cool. I likes them, and all the awesome vintage shoes on this page!!

Regards.


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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

If anyone gave a scheisser, here are the St.Cs...
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post #13930 of 20766
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

Georg Maternas- Thanks for the help Gerd!
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Is that purple piping on these? Does one notice when they're on your feet?
post #13931 of 20766
jerrybrowne, a great pair you have there. Budapester without overt clunkiness, the only way to roll.
post #13932 of 20766
About a year ago I found an eccentric monk pair from Bally's Scribe series. Since I liked the setup, another pair was an obvious choice.

Toffee-coloured calf uppers, double-soles with an odd terraced construction (bengalstripe, you know the proper term, right?), single buckle, red piping around the ankle, plump toes.

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post #13933 of 20766
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

jerrybrowne, a great pair you have there. Budapester without overt clunkiness, the only way to roll.

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by --Jonas-- View Post

Is that purple piping on these? Does one notice when they're on your feet?

It's just a bad pic. No purple piping.
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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post

Yes,
George Materna make very good shoes.
Hand welted wood peg construction. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
How is fit?

The fit is good!
post #13934 of 20766
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Originally Posted by Son Of Saphir View Post

very very good. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
look like you get heel slippage?
that style loafer = very very hard fit

Thanks, and yes - a little bit of slippage. I would ask how you know, but you know. smile.gif
post #13935 of 20766
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Thanks, and yes - a little bit of slippage. I would ask how you know, but you know. smile.gif

Me always tell by how a shape looks on a foot.
Me have it down to fine art. nod[1].gif
Many bad rtw fits on forum on many many men.
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