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Gieves and Hawkes Navy Blue Monks. The flash makes them much bluer than they are in person. I believe I saw another member with these before.

My new favourite pair of shoes.
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post #4367 of 20755
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Gieves and Hawkes Navy Blue Monks. I believe I saw another member with these before.

post #4368 of 20755
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Of course, it had to be you, probably the best dressed chap on here. I salute you.
post #4369 of 20755
The Corthay,
it look very very good styling
post #4370 of 20755
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post
Edward Green boots. Marked "E. Green Northampton 1943" - bit of historic porn...





lt have three prong mark next to date.
Did E.G make for armed forces?
lt look lower end boot made for forces.
post #4371 of 20755
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lt have three prong mark next to date. Did E.G make for armed forces? lt look lower end boot made for forces.
Well spotted. Would add up - what with the date. I always thought that was a U.S military mark...
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Gieves and Hawkes Navy Blue Monks. The flash makes them much bluer than they are in person. I believe I saw another member with these before.

My new favourite pair of shoes.

This is strengthening my conviction about someday getting a pair of EG Oundles in midnight antique.
post #4373 of 20755
Some unusual double monk design by Lidfort.
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post #4374 of 20755
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This is strengthening my conviction about someday getting a pair of EG Oundles in midnight antique.

that should be awesome, do it!
post #4375 of 20755
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Some unusual double monk design by Lidfort.
Sorry, image does not want to be attached

I've been looking for Lidfort but can't seem to locate them anymore via eBay
post #4376 of 20755
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Well spotted. Would add up - what with the date. I always thought that was a U.S military mark...

Broad arrow.
post #4377 of 20755
I picked these up a few months ago but never posted them in here. GJ Cleverley bespoke.




(Disclosure: Listed in the B&S)
post #4378 of 20755
^ Damn fine shoes!
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