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post #3466 of 19098
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Originally Posted by Fraiche View Post
Dual colored shoes (or whatever they're called) ain't my thang but those are spectacular.

thank you
saddle shoes
post #3467 of 19098
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Originally Posted by Joenobody0 View Post
The Blucher + Saddle shoe is a strange combination. #4 is definitely a rare beast though. Enjoy!

thank you
post #3468 of 19098

cigar lwb
post #3469 of 19098
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Originally Posted by Fraiche View Post
Dual colored shoes (or whatever they're called) ain't my thang but those are spectacular.

would be if it constructed properly.
post #3470 of 19098
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Originally Posted by DWFII View Post
Reminds me of a book I read years ago--called The Master Game: Pathways to Higher Consciousness by de Ropp


Just for kicks...although I don't expect them to get a lot of love on SF...and to show that it can be done--walking and chewing gum at the same time--here is a pair of boots one of my students, from Brussels, made when he was here with me.


lt very very good result.
post #3471 of 19098
Here are my new Alfred Sargent Culfords. I REALLY like the way they turned out. I requested dark brown country calf and didn't realize the soles would have some dark tan and the eyelets would be a nice brass color. For some reason I was thinking that everything would be dark, but this is much better. Kudos to Chay and AS!







post #3472 of 19098
Conistons today:
post #3473 of 19098
^ Trini, are you wearing the right size in these boots?
post #3474 of 19098
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
^ Trini, are you wearing the right size in these boots?

If so, he must have some very flat feet.
post #3475 of 19098
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
^ Trini, are you wearing the right size in these boots?

was thinking the same
post #3476 of 19098
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
^ Trini, are you wearing the right size in these boots?

Yep

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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post
If so, he must have some very flat feet.

Perfectly flat actually.
post #3477 of 19098
Any room for an Edward Green or Two? These are just gorgeous! 1. Cadogan, Nutmeg Suede size 9.5UK/10USD. 82 last. 2. Troon, Almond Country Calf (Pebblegrain/Scotchgrain) size 9.5UK/10USD. 82 last. 3. Elmsley, Antique Burgundy size 8UK/8.5USE. 888 last. 4. Falkirk, Almond Country Calf (Pebblegrain/Scotchgrain) size 11UK/11.5USD. 82 last. 5. Silverstone, Tobacco Suede size 11UK/11.5USD. 82 last. Half lined chukka! 6. Walcott, Black size 11UK/11.5USE. 888 last. 7. Wells, Antique Dark Oak size 10UK/10.5US E. 82 last. 8. Wells, Antique Dark Oak size 10.5UK/11US E. 82 last. 9. Elmsley, Black size 8.5UK/9USE 202 last. 10. Olney, Black size 7.5UK/8US E 888 last. 12. Beaulieu, Dark Oak Antique size 10.5UK/11US D 82 last. 13. Halifax, Dark Oak size 10.5UK/11US F 606 last. 14. Elmsley, Dark Oak size 10.0UK/10.5US E 202 last. 15. Elmsley, Black size 10.5UK/11US E 202 last.
post #3478 of 19098
Seriously?
post #3479 of 19098
Those chukka's...
post #3480 of 19098
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Those chukka's...
I KNOW, right?
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