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AS MTO w/RL trees.
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Moo is correct. Pic compares the AS 724 last to the EG 888 - similar shape
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Moo is correct. Pic compares the AS 724 last to the EG 888 - very similar shape
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Thinking about these - any thoughts?



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Different, but very nice.

 

 

 

Although there are three different things going on here, I get the feeling it's not that easy to tell.

 

 

 

Besides I like the colors and textures they've incorporated here.

 

 

Who makes them, and where did you find them?

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^ Saint Crispins model 401. I agree with you-it's a pretty cool boot. I just wouldn't pay SC prices for them
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^ Saint Crispins model 401. I agree with you-it's a pretty cool boot. I just wouldn't pay SC prices for them

Thank you sir.

 

 

 

Too many boots, so little time.

 

 

Ah, there's always next year.  LOL

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certainly not for the shy - but you like rather exhuberent boots, no?

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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

One too many colors/textures to me

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Originally Posted by SoGent View Post

IMO, not too garish at all.
Not a big fan of what appears to be scotch grain but those are sharp.
You could always darken the burgundy a touch if needed.

Great jeans boot i think.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

jh, I'll be the one to say that those boots are atrocious. shog[1].gif

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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post

Not feeling those at all, JH.
Similar to those really odd design Vass that Ascot was selling a while back. Looks like someone's gone absolutely mental with MTO options.

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+1

Thanks for input,, gents. I'm clearly ambivalent or I wouldn't have asked the distinguished panel. Looks like a pass, even at 20% off.
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Thinking about these - any thoughts?



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Full steam ahead....deets? Love what's going on in the instep undercarriage 'flying buttresses'.
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A lot of horse ass and a snake the past month.
Alden #4, Carmina, Carmina.
AS, AS, Carmina.

when do you get to see pics of the collection ala vox?
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Alden #4 shell cap toes from the Shoe Mart.

color reminds me of trickers shell wingtip

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Full steam ahead....deets? Love what's going on in the instep undercarriage 'flying buttresses'.

Blurb from seller:
"SAINT CRISPIN’S 401
Oxford lace up boot brogueing (MTO Paris)

For my lace up boot model on the classic last, I selected tri-leather combination: the upper in refined cedar suede, the rest is Russian inspired grained calf & burgundy box calf mixed.
Comfortable and casual chic."
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Originally Posted by jhcam8 View Post


Blurb from seller:
"SAINT CRISPIN’S 401
Oxford lace up boot brogueing (MTO Paris)

For my lace up boot model on the classic last, I selected tri-leather combination: the upper in refined cedar suede, the rest is Russian inspired grained calf & burgundy box calf mixed.
Comfortable and casual chic."

Call me crazy, but I luv em.

 

 

I may not have the occasion to wear them very often, but then again when I did it would certainly be a special occasion.

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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

certainly not for the shy - but you like rather exhuberent boots, no?

nephew,
for me, i would pass
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

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nephew,
new acquisitions?
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Moo is correct. Pic compares the AS 724 last to the EG 888 - similar shape

So was my comment about the 724 vs. 888 comment accurate? teacha.gif
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