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Had gotten a really bad spot on my JM Weston Flore 402 wholecuts, so stripped them both down with petroleum ether and then built them up from the ground with dubbin, renovateur, cream and polish. Took a quick pic and thought I'd share:

 

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Nice boots jjl5000. Are they C&J Snowdon and Tricker's Burford?
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Simple black museum...

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Nothing about JL is ever simple.
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Nice boots jjl5000. Are they C&J Snowdon and Tricker's Burford?

Thanks. You're right about the C&J Snowdon, the second is Tredders (Alfred Sargent) Cotto and finally Tricker's Wetherby.
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Had gotten a really bad spot on my JM Weston Flore 402 wholecuts, so stripped them both down with petroleum ether and then built them up from the ground with dubbin, renovateur, cream and polish. Took a quick pic and thought I'd share:



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Cheers!
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Had gotten a really bad spot on my JM Weston Flore 402 wholecuts, so stripped them both down with petroleum ether and then built them up from the ground with dubbin, renovateur, cream and polish. Took a quick pic and thought I'd share:

 

 ... pictures!

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 ... pictures!

 

Hehe, well didn't do a complete photo session, but I have this pic as well:

 

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Eight black cap toes, THE QUINTESSENTIAL DRESS SHOE: BLACK CAP TOE OXFORD

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Eight black cap toes, THE QUINTESSENTIAL DRESS SHOE: BLACK CAP TOE OXFORD


Cool, which makers and models? And may I ask: why that many? Even if one loves black cap toes and works in a formal place where they are essential, I don't really see the point especially when a couple of those lasts really look quite similar to each other.
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I provided a short explanation in the thread.
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Brilliant wurger, brilliant. You love what you want and get have enough of it
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I thought I might share these two pairs of Santoni which I have recently purchased.

 

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^^^ Very nice - I particularly like the wholecuts.

 

wurger - that is a cool pic.  I tend to take the opposite approach of going for maximum variety, rarely replicating a purchase.  But you obviously know what you like and have opportunity to wear them, so rock right on.

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