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^ I know you asked Gazman, but AFAIK the 'cashmere' part is just what Panerai calls the colour of that particular strap (I think they call it 'Gold Cashmere').

As for a nubuck strap I would be surprised if Gaz doesn't have this.

Wow! I had forgotten about this post! Thanks for digging it up
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^ You're welcome. And thank you for writing the piece in the first place.
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Tanino Crisci, Dukke model from S/S 2009 bought from a discount outlet selling mostly cheaper Italian brands. retail around 700 USD, paid 175. I was not familiar with the brand, might go back and buy some blue calf loafers.




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Looking for any suggestions / places for improvement in my shoe closet. Any recos? No boot suggestions, as I think of those separately. I mostly wear suits so that's my primary focus. Thanks! Currently on the way and/or not pictured: Vass bordeaux austerity oxford, Vass F last brown cognac captoe, C&J burnished brown Hallam, C&J chestnut 348 loafer, Barker Black tan bit Wolfe. Pic 1 (Oxfords) Top Row: Sutor M. 3 eyelet blucher, Borelli Vintage Closed Longwing, C&J Westfield Suede Mid Row: Barker Black Chestnut Archdale, EG for RLPL Mackay Edwardian, EG Asquith Dark Oak, E. Zegna Dark Brown Captoe Bottom Row: Gaziano Black Captoe, Vass F last Oxblood, EG for RLPL Mackay Black Pic 2 (Brown Loafers/ Monks): Top row: Barker tassels, Ferragamo Bit, E. Zegna dark suede Mid row: Alden Shell Cordovan #8, Carmina Whiskey Cordovan, Barker Black Crown Bottom row: Allen Edmonds Mora, C&J Savile, Martegani Suede Monk Pic 3 (Black Loafers / Monks): Top row: Grenson double monk, C&J 360 last monk, EG for RLPL Grant Bottom row: E. Zegna tassel, Feragamo bit, Barker Black Wolfe bit
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Looking for any suggestions / places for improvement in my shoe closet. Any recos?

Bespoke???
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Burgundy Laceup?

Lovely collection by the way.
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Looking for any suggestions / places for improvement in my shoe closet. Any recos?

Ummm...I think you have enough.

Nice stuff btw.
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Bespoke???


+1
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Great collection - brown suede monk maybe?
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Boots?
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theyare - nice stuff! Any or all of the following I imagine could be welcome additions. With a more casual or flannel suit any of them should work well. Plus always nice to have things for when one does wear khakis and corduroys.

- derbies
- dark brown suede
- scotch grain/country calf
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Bespoke???

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+1

+3 or add some redish hued shoes bordo' bauxite's or cherry's even AE's chilli to spice things up
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Originally Posted by Slewfoot View Post
theyare - nice stuff! Any or all of the following I imagine could be welcome additions. With a more casual or flannel suit any of them should work well. Plus always nice to have things for when one does wear khakis and corduroys.

- derbies
- dark brown suede
- scotch grain/country calf

forget the grained calf/ more like an old cow but suede i tihnk is nice if you get derby's look at exotics insted of old scar cow leather
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^ Ha! To each their own! I think scotch grain/country calf works nicely with USA Northeast winters and goes well with my existing wardrobe. Touch to beat a pair of elegant derbies or EG Galway/AS Culford boot in pebble grain for the winter.
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Originally Posted by distinctive View Post
Burgundy Laceup? Lovely collection by the way.
Thanks! Burgundy vass laceup is on the way
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Ummm...I think you have enough. Nice stuff btw.
Hey - aren't you the guy with the endless array of sportscoats?
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Great collection - brown suede monk maybe?
Thanks - actually have the martegani. maybe need a lighter one?
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theyare - nice stuff! Any or all of the following I imagine could be welcome additions. With a more casual or flannel suit any of them should work well. Plus always nice to have things for when one does wear khakis and corduroys. - derbies - dark brown suede - scotch grain/country calf
Thanks slew! actually, you reminded me something i have had on my mind since you were selling a pair not in my size - those vass norwegers!
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Bespoke???
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+1
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+3 or add some redish hued shoes bordo' bauxite's or cherry's even AE's chilli to spice things up
guess bespoke is the way to go... just need to find and extra $1.5k....
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