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Dem boots...

 

The laces on those boots are interesting. Folded leather lace?

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Originally Posted by Lumaca View Post

Dem boots...

The laces on those boots are interesting. Folded leather lace?

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post #14598 of 20750
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post

St. Crispin Tassels




nephew,
i like your tassels, wear in good health
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post



nephew,
good looking boots
post #14600 of 20750
Love those boots!
post #14601 of 20750
Cheers all smile.gif

Yes very pleased with both pairs. Leagues ahead of many RTW in terms of workmanship / finish.
post #14602 of 20750
looks great MoL. the laces look unreal.

cant wait for my pair!
post #14603 of 20750
Dear Malford,

Congrats. You win.

Regards,
post #14604 of 20750

brown suede ptb
argyles otc

Edited by mcarthur - 12/6/12 at 6:36pm
post #14605 of 20750
can anyone ID these?

post #14606 of 20750
looks like a JL in part because the proportions resemble their William double monk boot and also because JL would do something crazy like that and then name it after an overrated city
post #14607 of 20750
really, more just looking for a brogued boot...any recs aside from john lobb?
post #14608 of 20750
I'm not 100% sure because this is the first time seeing that pair. I like that boot but it has too much going on. Brogue boot

Alden
C&J islay
Trickers stow, malton
Brooks brothers has a couple
Alfred Sargent via AFPOS has some nice models

Check eBay as their are always deal to be had. That Saint Cridpins boot that's being talked about was purchased on eBay by about 5 different guys ranging from $550-$700. I'd create a saved search

Speaking of the Saint Crispin utility boot, want to thank thinkderm for the heads up fistbump.gif
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A total win @ MoL.fistbump.gif
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

I can't put my finger on it, but I remember reading that SC trained their makers in-house. They have some serious skills.

I was recently at Leffot where I saw a few St. Crispins IRL for the first time. I was seriously impressed. Not only was the making visually perfect but the finishing was just stellar.
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