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lt very very nice.
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Unfortunately no

Right expression though.

Funnily enough, I've been eying a pair of these:


I've seen these in Sydney for sale in different colours. They look better than most chukkas I have seen. Is Churchs getting their mojo back?
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Some recent damage:








Moar

Wonderful vintage vibe in that last with the mild spade soles...but then the whole look is very sharp and 2011.

You have put paid to a lot of the ignorant talk about Carminas round here...
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Great.
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lt very very nice.

Thanks!

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Wonderful vintage vibe in that last with the mild spade soles...but then the whole look is very sharp and 2011.

You have put paid to a lot of the ignorant talk about Carminas round here...

Thanks man, these two examples are very nice. I've already worn the dark brown pair twice even during crappy weather here in the city. I look forward to posting pics in the Character thread once I wear them at least two dozen times.

Speaking of spades, how's things coming with those vintage NOS finds? You always hit pay dirt with that.

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Great.

Thanks man.
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Geez...mcarthur...how many pairs of shell do you own?!!!

Very nice by the way.

Not only shoes but how many pairs of socks do you own? I bet you have a big sock drawer!!
post #3502 of 20750
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Some recent damage:




Those are just wonderful. Wish Carmina was readily available in New York (is it?)
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Unfortunately no

Right expression though.

Funnily enough, I've been eying a pair of these:


These would look and wear better on a rubber sole.
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Hi Trini,

What is your regular U.S shoe size and what U.K Size did you get in the Culford? It is a very nice boot.

Regards,
Carl

Carl - these are Conistons actually. I'm a 7.5US/6.5UK.

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I've seen these in Sydney for sale in different colours. They look better than most chukkas I have seen. Is Churchs getting their mojo back?

They look really good in the navy as well.

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These would look and wear better on a rubber sole.

I have them on a crepe sole and they're great. But I like the idea of the leather sole for the days I want to dress them up a bit.
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Those are just wonderful. Wish Carmina was readily available in New York (is it?)

Thanks. Not that I'm aware but The Armoury ships to NY. I got mine in 3 days.
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Two out of three recent additions... JL Foxton in Pewter Museum Calf and EG's in Mink Suede.
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Hello everybody, this is my first post after lurking for a while.

I picked these up at Bicester Village, this week, for £160. Not a bad way to start the year off.

I'm particularly impressed with the Nevada calf leather. It picks up a lot of different colours in the light and is very soft and comfortable.
LL
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Two out of three recent additions...
JL Foxton in Pewter Museum Calf and EG's in Mink Suede.



amazing. foxtons are classic!
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Two out of three recent additions...
JL Foxton in Pewter Museum Calf and EG's in Mink Suede.

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[IMG]http://i55.tinypic.com/jakm14.jpg[/IMG

nice, what's the third?
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Got lucky on craigslist by pure chance. Saw the ad while searching for something entirely different. Damage: $100. Need a nice clean/shine and we're good to go!



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