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Great job gentlemen! I hope all who participated gained from the event! I have to admit I've been interested in Maftei recently; are they quite comparable to Vass in price and sizing?

I also am curious as the the brand of shoes used in the polishing competition (below). It's a very nice tan...
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Great job gentlemen! I hope all who participated gained from the event! I have to admit I've been interested in Maftei recently; are they quite comparable to Vass in price and sizing?

I also am curious as the the brand of shoes used in the polishing competition (below). It's a very nice tan...

 

Thanks a lot! Maftei are only bespoke, but as such very good in price. Start at €1100 for hand welted full bespoke (€200 less for coming orders, since production of last is included in that price).

 

The shoes in the polishing contest are Loake 1880 Aldwych tan.

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Going left to right -
1.Darby III / Bamboo Kendal Calf and Walnut Kendal Calf $1350
2. Chapel / Ardilla Misty Calf $1750
3. Lopez / Parisian Brown Museum Calf $1225
4. City II / Aqua Calf - water resistant $1265




Going left to right -
1. Warwick Derby / Bracken Misty Calf and Claret Misty Calf $1695
2. Warwick Loafer / Bracken Misty Calf and Claret Misty Calf $1695
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Excellent RogP, excellent icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Very nice Roger.

 

Of course I recognize the EG and Bonafe, but what are the two at the opposite ends?

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Cheers, gents. L to R: Carmina 973, EG Galway, EG Galway, Bonafe, Vass.

Closeup of the Vass:

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Nice!

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Amazing boots! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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really beatiful boots Roger!!! in love with the mid EG Galway and the  Bonafe:fonz:

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Those Vass are so great.

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my new loafers
incoming soon

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moar pix here
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Gorgeous depth of color in the blog pics.
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It's a great thing to, every once in a while, see penny loafers with a healthy last instead of all those pointy, nasty, over-decorated versions.
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my new loafers
incoming soon Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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moar pix here

Are those the ones made from original box calf? If so, that's pretty awesome.
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