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post #18316 of 19808
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Originally Posted by j ingevaldsson View Post

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Cross post from the Antonio Meccariello thread, a bunch of pics of my semi-bespoke punched cap toes. Also, you can find a substantial buying guide to Meccariello on my blog: http://www.shoegazing.se

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That's a work of art, man. Baller! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gifbiggrin.gif
post #18317 of 19808
J Ing they are beauties, great work nod[1].gif
post #18318 of 19808
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Originally Posted by j ingevaldsson View Post
 

Cross post from the Antonio Meccariello thread, a bunch of pics of my semi-bespoke punched cap toes. Also, you can find a substantial buying guide to Meccariello on my blog: http://www.shoegazing.se

 

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Nice shoes...Also you are very well worn...compliments.

post #18319 of 19808
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Originally Posted by j ingevaldsson View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Cross post from the Antonio Meccariello thread, a bunch of pics of my semi-bespoke punched cap toes. Also, you can find a substantial buying guide to Meccariello on my blog: http://www.shoegazing.se

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That's a work of art, man. Baller! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gifbiggrin.gif

work of art is an understatement!! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #18320 of 19808
Holy smokes J, the hits just keep on coming!
post #18321 of 19808
J, amazing looking shoes. The polishing job is wonderful.
post #18322 of 19808

Not brand new, but new enough...Carmina tassel loafers on the Uetam last:

 

post #18323 of 19808
Behemoth field boots by unknown maker from the 1950s: black calf uppers with Bulldog steel toes, hand-sewn tight welts, bellows tongue, unlined shaft, foam insoles, triple leather hob nail soles, steel horseshoe heel guards, steel toe guards. The hide used on the toes shines like my G&Gs even without any polish. Each boot weighs 1.1 kilos, heels are 4 cm thick and soles 2 cm thick. I will wear these outside a few times with nails just for shits and giggles, and if I survive, will bother my cobbler with the removal. The boots are nasty and fun.

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post #18324 of 19808
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

PeterL, those shuus are indeed from Vass. I'm not a fan of the bulging vamp seams so I want to recommend the good ol' Norwegian model from Alden instead. Theirs is a clean, nice and tight hand-sewn seam.

teh Vash does the Alden stitching as well.
post #18325 of 19808
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Behemoth field boots by unknown maker from the 1950s: black calf uppers with Bulldog steel toes, hand-sewn tight welts, bellows tongue, unlined shaft, foam insoles, triple leather hob nail soles, steel horseshoe heel guards, steel toe guards. The hide used on the toes shines like my G&Gs even without any polish. Each boot weighs 1.1 kilos, heels are 4 cm thick and soles 2 cm thick. I will wear these outside a few times with nails just for shits and giggles, and if I survive, will bother my cobbler with the removal. The boots are nasty and fun.

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Glad u like 'em!
post #18326 of 19808
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Behemoth field boots by unknown maker from the 1950s: black calf uppers with Bulldog steel toes, hand-sewn tight welts, bellows tongue, unlined shaft, foam insoles, triple leather hob nail soles, steel horseshoe heel guards, steel toe guards. The hide used on the toes shines like my G&Gs even without any polish. Each boot weighs 1.1 kilos, heels are 4 cm thick and soles 2 cm thick. I will wear these outside a few times with nails just for shits and giggles, and if I survive, will bother my cobbler with the removal. The boots are nasty and fun.

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Fecks sake, lovin dem
post #18327 of 19808
A couple of MTO's going out to their owners

Whiskey Cordovan






Tobacco Cordovan






Brown suede



post #18328 of 19808
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Originally Posted by j ingevaldsson View Post

Cross post from the Antonio Meccariello thread, a bunch of pics of my semi-bespoke punched cap toes. Also, you can find a substantial buying guide to Meccariello on my blog: http://www.shoegazing.se
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Excellent!

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A couple of MTO's going out to their owners
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Whiskey Cordovan






Tobacco Cordovan






Brown suede




They all excellent.
post #18329 of 19808
Ed. Those are freaking fantastic!
post #18330 of 19808
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A couple of MTO's going out to their owners

Whiskey Cordovan






Nice.
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