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post #15286 of 19574
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Originally Posted by glenjay View Post


Wow. I think that is the most beautiful pair of cordovan shell shoes I have ever seen.

 

  it IS mr. Mc you know

post #15287 of 19574
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Originally Posted by glenjay View Post

Wow. I think that is the most beautiful pair of cordovan shell shoes I have ever seen.

thank you
post #15288 of 19574
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Originally Posted by SoGent View Post

  it IS mr. Mc you know

nephew,
noted
post #15289 of 19574
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Originally Posted by glenjay View Post


The members of the International Swann Club meet annually to polish their Berluti shoes under the moonlight with champagne.


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why under the moonlight???
post #15290 of 19574
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Originally Posted by Hoo-man View Post


nephew,
thank you
consider using the method after each wearing and it will provide the look that you desire
post #15291 of 19574
post #15292 of 19574
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post


These shoes are absolutely gorgeous. There's a reason that Corthay is currently my favorite shoemaker on the planet.
post #15293 of 19574

#8 straight tip
argyles otc
post #15294 of 19574
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Originally Posted by Hoo-man View Post

Tonight's shoes - fat bastards aka Vass with 360 degree goiser construction in shell cordovan leather. 3636 last. 

 

Those are awesome!

post #15295 of 19574
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Originally Posted by Hoo-man View Post

Tonight's shoes - fat bastards aka Vass with 360 degree goiser construction in shell cordovan leather. 3636 last. 

 

Isn't that the C&J benchgrade medallion seen on the Pembroke amongst others?

post #15296 of 19574
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Originally Posted by hanskl View Post

Isn't that the C&J benchgrade medallion seen on the Pembroke amongst others?

Very close but not the same. The diamond in the middle of the fleur de lys on the Pembroke is larger than that on the Vass.

 

Pembroke:

post #15297 of 19574
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Very close but not the same. The diamond in the middle of the fleur de lys on the Pembroke is larger than that on the Vass.

 

Pembroke:

Good catch! Vass' diamond is 3 by 3 while C&J is 4 by 4. That seems to be the only difference

post #15298 of 19574
G&G St. James II




post #15299 of 19574
Those are sweet, I am kinda regret getting the AS Moore over these.

MOL, come with trees?
post #15300 of 19574
Well I ordered the St. James II but was pleasantly surprised when these showed.

I got the trees from Bespoke England.
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