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Awesome collection Moo. The older shoes look well loved.

Thank you!

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Very nice, those must have cost you a small fortune!

(thanks for the heads up... they are awesome)

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Congrats bro.



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He put teh oo in Spoo, I put teh oo in Moo.



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Gorgeous - congrats

post #5207 of 19548
It's Easter - so something from the vault:





post #5208 of 19548
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post
Santoni Goodyear Captoe Brogues (with the requisite 360 degree exposed goodyear welt).




and these are worth a requote - missed the wonderful colour in the excitement around Nore's AS
post #5209 of 19548
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post
It's Easter - so something from the vault:






these look cool!
post #5210 of 19548
Thanks to The Armoury I finally have a pair of black shoes. This is the only black shoes in my current rotation (after I have given away my pre-SF black loafers): metal toe taps added: trees from The Armoury Wait there's more: my humble collection: Top: Peal & Co. suede chukka, Vass Chukka U-Last, Grenson, Carmina Robert Last, Carmina Split Toe Alcudia Last Bottom: Cheaney burgundy, C&J Weymouth dark brown, Paul Smith Collection, Paul Smith dip dye leather, Bally Scribe
post #5211 of 19548
those carmina's are sweet!
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Originally Posted by luk-cha View Post
those carmina's are sweet!

+1
post #5213 of 19548
^^

really nice, economical, well-rounded collection
post #5214 of 19548
I'll fourth that! well-rounded exactly - if you're not into loafers anymore you're set. And those Carmina Norwegers are

(maybe just a sweet single monk to complete things? ... and so it goes
post #5215 of 19548
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Originally Posted by pebblegrain View Post
^^ really nice, economical, well-rounded collection
As someone on a limited budget, I have to make sure almost all genera are represented first.
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post
I'll fourth that! well-rounded exactly - if you're not into loafers anymore you're set. And those Carmina Norwegers are (maybe just a sweet single monk to complete things? ... and so it goes
Right now the only single monk I like is the EG/RLPL with medallion, IIRC it's the RLPL Gant.
post #5216 of 19548
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Originally Posted by aon View Post
As someone on a limited budget, I have to make sure almost all genera are represented first. Right now the only single monk I like is the EG/RLPL with medallion, IIRC it's the RLPL Gant.
Don't like the vass F or U monks? less $s and of course much better quality (in my opinion)
post #5217 of 19548
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Don't like the vass F or U monks?

less $s and of course much better quality
(in my opinion)

I'll try the Vass F last next time. Problem is I don't know where to get Vass. I got my chukka from margo and ralph but they have a very limited selection.
post #5218 of 19548
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I'll try the Vass F last next time. Problem is I don't know where to get Vass. I got my chukka from margo and ralph but they have a very limited selection.

Kolecho, a forum member, will be sending off an order in the next few days. Also: Eiko at
www.budapester.de
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Kolecho, a forum member, will be sending off an order in the next few days. Also: Eiko at
www.budapester.de

Thanks pliny. I'll consider that on my next purchase.
post #5220 of 19548
Very nice, aon. I like your Amoury selections.

I did a bit of loafer damage in New York last week. Hayling suede and Poole calf.





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