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post #17986 of 19574
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^Very nice J.^

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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

Indeed.  Dude has great taste in shoos.

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Originally Posted by DpprDr View Post

Congrats J... do you find the sizing similar to AS'?

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Originally Posted by benhour View Post

nice pear J.I very elegant thin lines!!

Thank you everyone!

Dpprdr: Pretty singlar yes, same in width but these are a bit longer than the two AS shoes I own. All Wildsmith lasts are actually developed by Chay Cooper from when he worked at AS, and he then brought them to this range.
post #17987 of 19574
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Originally Posted by benhour View Post
 

really beautifull color!! love the variation of tones in it!!!

 

nice pear J.I very elegant thin lines!!

 

hmmm i am in thoughs now!! with or without the brogueing!! great shoes  wurger

 

You've been on this forum long enough to know the only answer you will get with any consistency: "both", of course. ;)

post #17988 of 19574
Alfred Sargent Charlton in action



post #17989 of 19574
Well, without the elastics, the lazyman slipon would be an oxford. It's just about the most formal loafer model available and does not look smart with jeans, but this is small pickings compared to balmoral boots with jeans -- my favourite sight to cringe at. Count me in with the fuddy-duddy crowd.
post #17990 of 19574

wurger - love that tan scotchgrain.

 

So - a title for this next pic - "Fifty Shades of Red" or "My Left Foot"? :)

 

An idle moment before we lost all the light yesterday afternoon led to this group pic, representative of my favourite shade for shoes.  I just can't seem to get enough of anything in the oxblood / burgundy / Bordeaux / whathaveyou range - though additional purchases are becoming harder to justify.  Maybe just one Carmina ruby shell....

 

Anyway, feel free to guess the makers - shouldn't be too hard for this crowd.

 

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post #17991 of 19574
Vass, EG, Cleverley
Alden, AS, G&G
?

Great collection, sir
post #17992 of 19574
thanks Roger!

wow, those are some great burgundy shade of shoes!
post #17993 of 19574

Thanks guys - Namor - 5 out of 6 correct.

post #17994 of 19574
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Vass, EG, Cleverley
Alden, AS, G&G
?

Great collection, sir

Bottom middle is Vass, no?
post #17995 of 19574

^^^ Bingo.

post #17996 of 19574

Fantastic collection.  So, six down, forty-four to go? :)

post #17997 of 19574
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post
 

 

You've been on this forum long enough to know the only answer you will get with any consistency: "both", of course. ;)

hahaha i am afraid that i have to!!!

 

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So - a title for this next pic - "Fifty Shades of Red" or "My Left Foot"? :)

 

 

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great shoes roger !!:nodding:

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Alfred Sargent Charlton in action



 

hmmm you get me in the scotch grain thing now!!! niceeeee

post #17998 of 19574
Roger amazing shoes icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

And I don't even like burgundy shoes
post #17999 of 19574
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post
 

wurger - love that tan scotchgrain.

 

So - a title for this next pic - "Fifty Shades of Red" or "My Left Foot"? :)

 

An idle moment before we lost all the light yesterday afternoon led to this group pic, representative of my favourite shade for shoes.  I just can't seem to get enough of anything in the oxblood / burgundy / Bordeaux / whathaveyou range - though additional purchases are becoming harder to justify.  Maybe just one Carmina ruby shell....

 

Anyway, feel free to guess the makers - shouldn't be too hard for this crowd.

 

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fantastic collections...compliments

post #18000 of 19574

Thanks very much guys.  Mimo - not quite that many to go - unless we count all the shoes I'd love to own but haven't (yet) purchased.

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