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post #5821 of 19460
^^^^

I dont like that other Gentlemans shoes and, to be frank, he seems to be wearing womens tights
post #5822 of 19460
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post
Lickable soles...


and lowers...

Fine selection, NORE.

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Originally Posted by kev777 View Post
^^^^

I dont like that other Gentlemans shoes and, to be frank, he seems to be wearing womens tights

Excellent, kev.
post #5823 of 19460
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post
Lickable soles...





and lowers...




Awesome post !


I love wholecuts, fiddlebacks and museum calf... and attractive female legs.

I didn't know that Alfred Sargent still had some museum calf knocking about.
I may have to call them up and make an order.
post #5824 of 19460
Like the shoes but that pig foot heel is not so great. Why not round it?
post #5825 of 19460
Nore would you mind giving a quick rundown of the shoes you posted? quite a few I like there...
post #5826 of 19460
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Originally Posted by Jermyn View Post
Awesome post ! I love wholecuts, fiddlebacks and museum calf... and attractive female legs. I didn't know that Alfred Sargent still had some museum calf knocking about. I may have to call them up and make an order.
Thanks
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
Like the shoes but that pig foot heel is not so great. Why not round it?
Iunno, I guess it takes more effort/skill to do a cloven hoof as opposed to a rounded one (think sanding wheel).
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Nore would you mind giving a quick rundown of the shoes you posted? quite a few I like there...
Carmina simpson brown Carmina alcudia chestnut EG Midfort dark oak 82 EG Inverness burgundy antique 888 EG Malvern chestnut antique 202 Magnanni Casillas Alfred Sargent Milton in museum calf soft square Not sure of the ones my wife is wearing but I could check if need be Thanks
post #5827 of 19460
Great thanks! no need to know the wifes
post #5828 of 19460
I hope you like this beauty...







post #5829 of 19460
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I hope you like this beauty...


Que bueno!! Guapo zapatos

Que last, style por favor?
post #5830 of 19460
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post
Que bueno!! Guapo zapatos

Que last, style por favor?

120 anniversary edition "Brummell", last 82.

Thanks
post #5831 of 19460

cigar straight tip blucher
argyles otc
post #5832 of 19460
I don't know what it is, but every time I see a pair of blind brogues like the Brummells above, they just look cheap to me. Maybe it's because I've seen too many '80s plastic Florsheim blind brogues in thrift stores. I guess I don't get the appeal.
post #5833 of 19460
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post
I don't know what it is, but every time I see a pair of blind brogues like the Brummells above, they just look cheap to me. Maybe it's because I've seen too many '80s plastic Florsheim blind brogues in thrift stores. I guess I don't get the appeal.

grainy photo
post #5834 of 19460
The Brummell is a beautiful shoe. Love the EGs.

post #5835 of 19460
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post
I don't know what it is, but every time I see a pair of blind brogues like the Brummells above, they just look cheap to me. Maybe it's because I've seen too many '80s plastic Florsheim blind brogues in thrift stores. I guess I don't get the appeal.
You should see the photo that jefferyd posted after shining them up -- they looked absolutely fantastic. I rehosted the pic on imgur: Jefferyd also posted these 82 last chelseas around the same time ... the mirror shine on the toecap is marvelous.
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