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Got me these modified ravellos recently : )
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Great pair, looking for detailed pics.

Stunnoir!
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Got me these modified ravellos recently : )

Wonderful colour mate!
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C&J and AS



nice photos!
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http://www.levelshoedistrict.com/about-us.html

Check the video history in the making
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Got me these modified ravellos recently : )

Maastricht's finest, nice!
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C&J and AS

 

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Great shoes! What are the pair or brogues in the bottom right?

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Edited by Gdot - 11/4/12 at 5:16pm
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first pair of crispins - thx to the guys at the armoury!

 

 

700

 

Don't know why but when I look at them, they remind me of my grandfather's shoes from the 20s-40s... designed in Archduke's Franz Ferdinand's era; same as some of the Vass

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Great shoes! What are the pair or brogues in the bottom right?

AS, not quite sure of the model; Gdot has one too, he might know.   These are the most worn of all (together with the black C&J tassels that I bought in 1998...) but they show the fewest creases.

 

PS: as Gdot wrote, and then retracted... it is the AS Warwick on last 724 (just like the Moore nearby) in Expresso calf


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Got me these modified ravellos recently : )

Damn they are so nice. Really wish they would ship to the US ffffuuuu.gif

Need to make a trip to Europe just to get a pair of these
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AS, not quite sure of the model; Gdot has one too, he might know.   These are the most worn of all (together with the black C&J tassels that I bought in 1998...) but they show the fewest creases.

I do have a pair of those. I don't think they make these any longer. Mine were from the 'cheapie' line that they discontinued last year. The model name was Warwick. Although they now use that name for a handgrade monkstrap shoe.

Yours look like a higher quality leather than mine.
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I do have a pair of those. I don't think they make these any longer. Mine were from the 'cheapie' line that they discontinued last year. The model name was Warwick. Although they now use that name for a handgrade monkstrap shoe.
Yours look like a higher quality leather than mine.

Thanks.

Leather is good quality, finish is good, but construction is lacking; they were actually subs... but one can't tell sly.gif

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Slightly off-topic question....

 

I was shopping with my wife the other day looking for a pair of leather boots for her, and noticed that even high-end women's shoes/boots ($500+) all seem to have glued on soles. I hate spending that sort of money on a pair of shoes that is essentially disposable. Is there no one in the market making goodyear welted women's boots?

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Slightly off-topic question....

I was shopping with my wife the other day looking for a pair of leather boots for her, and noticed that even high-end women's shoes/boots ($500+) all seem to have glued on soles. I hate spending that sort of money on a pair of shoes that is essentially disposable. Is there no one in the market making goodyear welted women's boots?

Carmina, C&J, Meermin do

I think a few Black Fleece ones are as well, though I haven't looked at anything in recent seasons.

Here's Epaulet's selection:
http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/the-Womens-Footwear/Categories
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Vass also makes women's shoes.They have tonnes of selections in the catalogue for women.
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