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post #15781 of 19561
sdolina, beautiful boots. Why did you choose shrunken leather? What are its properties?
post #15782 of 19561

Thanks LHS,

first of all because I like structured leather, the choice was grain, russian calf and shrunken, I choosed the latter.

second it's very resistant and I'm planning to use these as a bad weather beaters, rubber sole is an evidence. 

 

PS: it also looks very similar to my bag biggrin.gif

 

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post #15783 of 19561
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Mainly cords and khakis. Very versatile shoe actually. I wear them in place of boat shoes.

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post #15784 of 19561
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Originally Posted by sdolina View Post

Thanks LHS,
first of all because I like structured leather, the choice was grain, russian calf and shrunken, I choosed the latter.
second it's very resistant and I'm planning to use these as a bad weather beaters, rubber sole is an evidence. 

PS: it also looks very similar to my bag biggrin.gif


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Thanks. They are very nice, congrats.
post #15785 of 19561
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Congrats on the boots - though Dude , TRIM YOUR FINGERNAILS...

Funny, I just finished reading Doubt with my 11th Graders. Gotta love the interconnected universe.
post #15786 of 19561
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X-post from the SC thread, enjoy gents.

 

Saint Crispin's 403S special make-up on the classic last, shrunken crust leather, color 606, 14mm outdoor sole.

Size 9,5F  - compared to my UK9,5E in C&J 337, 341, EG 202 and many others. Vass 43,5 in А and P2.

 

Many thanks to Denis from the Made-to-Order, Paris.

 

 

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Thanks for the detailed pics....awesome stuff.

post #15787 of 19561
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Originally Posted by sdolina View Post

X-post from the SC thread, enjoy gents.



 



Saint Crispin's 403S special make-up on the classic last, shrunken crust leather, color 606, 14mm outdoor sole.



Size 9,5F  - compared to my UK9,5E in C&J 337, 341, EG 202 and many others. Vass 43,5 in А and P2.



 



Many thanks to Denis from the Made-to-Order, Paris.



 



 



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Those are beautiful! Congrats!
post #15788 of 19561

These are my new Gucci Rustbit shoes

 

 

 

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post #15789 of 19561
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Originally Posted by sdolina View Post

X-post from the SC thread, enjoy gents.



 



Saint Crispin's 403S special make-up on the classic last, shrunken crust leather, color 606, 14mm outdoor sole.



Size 9,5F  - compared to my UK9,5E in C&J 337, 341, EG 202 and many others. Vass 43,5 in А and P2.



 



Many thanks to Denis from the Made-to-Order, Paris.



 



 



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Lovely boots. Just a pedantic suggestion. The rolled laces need to be thicker/chunkier = proportion wise.
post #15790 of 19561
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Lovely boots. Just a pedantic suggestion. The rolled laces need to be thicker/chunkier = proportion wise.

Thanks.

I replaced them with the felt laces, got a feeling that leather laces are useless when you need to close the tabs.

post #15791 of 19561

How far into your shoes do your feet go; or how far into the toe cap do your feet go? A picture from someone's shoe archive with a quick line drawn on MS paint would be fantastic!

When I see some of the aggressive lasts one shoes I think how? But having short wide feet with tiny heels means I can't wear many beautiful shoes....

post #15792 of 19561
http://www.newsaboutshoes.com/showthread.php?t=55
In the first picture, the red boot is the perfect fit, in the second picture the blue boot.
Your toes, not your forefoot, but only your toes, should sit in the toebox like in the second picture of the following link
http://www.newsaboutshoes.de/showpost.php?p=9670&postcount=5
post #15793 of 19561
Thank you for putting my mind at somewhat ease... My first 3-4 toes reach the toe box!
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post #15795 of 19561
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