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Nice and classic, Kaplan.
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NOBD - nice new boots! Wear them well. How would you compare the fit to the Tetbury? I recall the Tetbury being quite narrow. Are these Loakes also on the narrow side fit-wise? They look noticeably wider in the photos.

Thanks! I had to (half) size up for the Tetbury's and have (half) sized down for the Loake's (compared with my 337 last C&J's). I have quite wide and high (instep) feet, though, so fit advice from me is probably not very useful... But I think I can safely say they're wider.
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C&J Bradford?
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Good eye! (Calf edition.)
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Not sure whether all of these qualify for this thread but here goes:

 

This is my current rotation:

Oxfords

Derbies

Loafers

Monks

Boots

 

That's a lot of shoes being worn!

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Good eye! (Calf edition.)

Wow, I thought Spoo musta been wrong as these didn't look like shell.

The leather is beautiful.
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That's a lot of shoes being worn!

 

Not at the same time smile.gif Some are worn more often than others but I try to use all of them at some point or other in the month. I enjoy all of them.

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Vintage Tecnic veldtschoen resoled by Richard at Shoehealer






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That's a lot of shoes being worn!

Well it is in a certain extend, but only 'small-timer' for the SF crowd.
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

That's a lot of shoes being worn!

depends on what a person's definition of "a lot" is.
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Vintage Tecnic veldtschoen resoled by Richard at Shoehealer



excellent
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Well it is in a certain extend, but only 'small-timer' for the SF crowd.
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depends on what a person's definition of "a lot" is.

 

Definitely small-time by SF standards and that's why I love this place! I have maybe 5 or 6 suits in total but the shoes are what interest me..

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Who cares how many shoes someone has...what matters is the quality and if they make you look forward to putting them on. There's a lot of technical shoe speak on SF mostly from guys who sell and collect shoes but there's no way I would ever want to get so deep into shoes of all things.

 

It used to be the same way with me for high end audio....listening to audio heads go on and on about transparency, low end weight and midrange liquidity and always upgrading components till one day I just got myself a cool set and no longer feel the need to buy more equipment...just enjoy what I have.

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