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Best pegged waists of any I've seen posted on SF...but you would expect that of Janne.
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your photos always have nice background :drool:

The background of your avatar is my favourite  

 

Thank you! Hehe yeah the avatar pic was taken on a beautiful field in the southern Sweden where, where I rolled out my kid's stroller and lined the shoe box with a baby blanket for the shoes to stand on :)

 

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Best pegged waists of any I've seen posted on SF...but you would expect that of Janne.

 

Thanks DWF! Cool to hear that from you.

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I did some polishing today...

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More shoe shine Sunday, Saint C's and Santoni

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Best pegged waists of any I've seen posted on SF...but you would expect that of Janne.

I lurv pegged waists
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Hello SF
I keep having problems with shoes on multiple different lasts from different manufacturers ranging from Meermins to bespoke/mtm.
After some time into the day and distance walked i keep having my skin in that area blistered and later teared off.
This problem seems to be happening much slower when i am wearing tall boots and nearly identical in every pair of oxfords/loafers i have.
This happens only on my left foot that is a bit wider than the other one
Did anyone had a similar problem?
 

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Hello SF

I keep having problems with shoes on multiple different lasts from different manufacturers ranging from Meermins to bespoke/mtm.

After some time into the day and distance walked i keep having my skin in that area blistered and later teared off.

This problem seems to be happening much slower when i am wearing tall boots and nearly identical in every pair of oxfords/loafers i have.

This happens only on my left foot that is a bit wider than the other one

Did anyone had a similar problem?

 

This happens with bespoke shoes too? It sounds like you are having fit issues. Have you mentioned this to your bespoke maker? Next time you do MTO, ask for a wider left shoe than right.
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Well last on the left shoe is of a different shape and in that case problem is really minimal compared to other RTW pairs.

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More shoe shine Sunday, Saint C's and Santoni

Those double Monks are awesome. In my mind I thought a make up like that might be "too much" but this works beautifully. 

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I did some polishing today...

what's the boot on top?

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After X amount of time and Y amount of shoes, there's only so much a man can find use for -- and this is why I haven't bought new pairs for a while. I've never tried pumps so it was only a matter of time and pairs before they were welcome.

Edward Green for RLPL: calfskin opera pumps (or court shoes) with regimental stripe grosgrain silk bows, dark purple leather lining, last 100, squared round toe, black grosgrain piping, and cemented tiny leather soles.

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Nice. Any chance of switching out the RL bow tie to one of your own?
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After X amount of time and Y amount of shoes, there's only so much a man can find use for -- and this is why I haven't bought new pairs for a while. I've never tried pumps so it was only a matter of time and pairs before they were welcome.

Edward Green for RLPL: calfskin opera pumps (or court shoes) with regimental stripe grosgrain silk bows, dark purple leather lining, last 100, squared round toe, black grosgrain piping, and cemented tiny leather soles.

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Crosspost from the bespoke thread: My second pair from Maftei, a 3-eyelet derby with floating medallion, with hand painted crust calf and lizard facings. Had the back seam placed on the inside to keep the clean feel over the back area. Also wanted the same type of patina as my first pair with toe and heel in a lighter shade, although these are in burgundy/chestnut instead of brown. Very pleased with them!









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Mmmm
me like it me like it. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

Thank you SoS!

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Some pics I've taken of shoes from a brand called Italigente, which I'm working for a bit since the previous year end to develop new lasts, models etc. and also communications. It's a Swedish owned brand but the shoes are made in Italy (duh.. :) ) in a garage in Montegranaro, Marche, by a man named Claudio Marini and his daughter Deborah and son Giancarlo. Blake/Rapid stitched, leather from French Tannery D'Annonay and Italian Ilcea, suede from British tannery Charles F. Stead and Italian Opera, chestnut tanned soles from Italian Volpi. The models below are all made on the same soft chiseled 29 last.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

MORE PICTURES HERE! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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