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Edited by skeith - 9/30/13 at 3:47am
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Take them back.  Today.

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haha, that isn't get much love on SF. shog[1].gif
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Originally Posted by hoodog View Post
 

(X-post from Vass thread)

 

Vass London Chukkas, F-last, Antique Cognac, size 43.5.

Sourced from Notch (thanks again!)

 

I hope you enjoy the pictures!

 

 

 

MOAR pictures! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wow, these would look even better on the museum gold leather and a toe medallion?

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mimo, I like that contrast piping'n'stitching concept. That patent leather, well, that's another animal entirely and looks very PVC. Kinky.
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Kinky indeed!  I just picked them up on a whim thinking they were too cheap to ignore, and all the time they were shipping I was feeling like a fool for buying something I'd never choose at full price.  Now I can't stop grinning at the sheer silliness of them. :D

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Had some time to do this today smile.gif



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Back row L-R: Alden (Leydon), Alden (Barrie), Carmina (Uetam), Carmina (Simpson), C&J (337), C&J (337), EG (888), EG (888)
Middle row L-R: EG (888), EG (888), EG (82), EG (808), EG (888), Santoni for Borrelli, StC (Chiselled), StC (Classic)
Front row L-R: Vass (F), StC (Classic modified), StC (Classic modified), StC (Classic modified), EG (888), EG (888), EG (82), G&G (MH71)

I know, I need loafers and double monks...
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Originally Posted by gusvs View Post

Had some time to do this today smile.gif



Open in new window for larger size pic.

Back row L-R: Alden (Leydon), Alden (Barrie), Carmina (Uetam), Carmina (Simpson), C&J (337), C&J (337), EG (888), EG (888)
Middle row L-R: EG (888), EG (888), EG (82), EG (808), EG (888), Santoni for Borrelli, StC (Chiselled), StC (Classic)
Front row L-R: Vass (F), StC (Classic modified), StC (Classic modified), StC (Classic modified), EG (888), EG (888), EG (82), G&G (MH71)

I know, I need loafers and double monks...

Balling collection and who needs loafers or iGent shoes?
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You need to stop buying new shoes.
You do own plenty of nice ones to rotate around already, wear them!
What a waste if 23 pairs sit at home waiting every single day.

My favorite is the dark brown suede chukka by EG on the 808 last.
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Balling collection and who needs loafers or iGent shoes?

+ 1 great collection
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Balling collection and who needs loafers or iGent shoes?

Everyone needs them nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

You need to stop buying new shoes.
You do own plenty of nice ones to rotate around already, wear them!
What a waste if 23 pairs sit at home waiting every single day.

My favorite is the dark brown suede chukka by EG on the 808 last.

Thanks! Well, they all get their wear time... no waste here.
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

+ 1 great collection

Thanks!
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You have a marvelous collection!
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

You need to stop buying new shoes.
You do own plenty of nice ones to rotate around already, wear them!
What a waste if 23 pairs sit at home waiting every single day.
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utter nonsense. There are 365 days in a year. As long as a pair of shoes is worn once a year, it is getting loved. Anything over 365 pairs MAY be excessive. nod[1].gifnod[1].gifnod[1].gif
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Awesome collection! Great selections. 

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Some people pile up as much as they can, for the sole reason because they can.
Others can appreciated the time, materials and worksmanship needed to create something unique.
They will handle those products with as much respect, pride and care as possible for as long as possible, no matter how much more they can afford.
Style has little to do with dress and a lot to do with attitude, which is why some people will never be regarded as classy or stylish by myself no matter how good their shoemaker or tailor might be.

Charles does it right


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