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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post
Great price minus the taxes. They have a pair left in my size..



are they made by Dainite?

Do it.
Dainine are made by Dainite... Sestriere are Italian, I think?

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
Schiesser.

Ja, voll.
post #5852 of 19222
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
Ja, voll.

das ist lustig. schiesser was temporary out of business. a lot of s..t in their pants, so to say.
post #5853 of 19222
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
Do it.
Dainine are made by Dainite... Sestriere are Italian, I think?
Ja, voll.

love that LS sale Moo
post #5854 of 19222
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
That lazyman lacing works. How does it feel on the foot?

You don't even feel the lacing

Mr. Moo...the Rosewood County Calf...does it have any brown hues in the color...or is it a a lighter red burgundy?
post #5855 of 19222
Hello SF,

My shoes were caught in a storm. When I got home I filled them with tissue paper and let them sit out to dry. The next day I noticed a crack in the sole (which is already pretty thin). What can I do? Does this mean I should resole them? These are Allen Edmonds Cliftons and it's not the first time they've been caught in the rain (maybe 3 times before). I bought them lightly used about a year ago.

Thanks Sincerely

post #5856 of 19222
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Time for a resole. Personally, I would have had them resoled earlier......
post #5857 of 19222
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Originally Posted by Michael Ay329 View Post
You don't even feel the lacing

Mr. Moo...the Rosewood County Calf...does it have any brown hues in the color...or is it a a lighter red burgundy?

Not too much brown, no.
post #5858 of 19222
I've checked a bespoke maker's window at night in Florence right after I have arrived with the light of my mobile phone and I've seen an almost finished badass laofer of mine.
post #5859 of 19222
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post
I've checked a bespoke maker's window at night.....and I've seen an almost finished badass laofer of mine.

Why don't you train your shoemaker to send you photographs to keep you informed of the progress.
Then you don't have to flatten your nose on a shop window.


Just received this picture of my next pair today - the shoes will be ready later this week.

post #5860 of 19222
^^^^^^
Nice. Can you share the maker?

Thanks
post #5861 of 19222
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post
I've checked a bespoke maker's window at night in Florence right after I have arrived with the light of my mobile phone and I've seen an almost finished badass laofer of mine.

Bad ass loafers? Is that like bad ass Fiat?

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Originally Posted by bengal-stripe View Post
Why don't you train your shoemaker to send you photographs to keep you informed of the progress.
Then you don't have to flatten your nose on a shop window.


Just received this picture of my next pair today - the shoes will be ready later this week.


Like the look of the last, not crazy about textured leather but knowing that this is probably your 89th pair of shoes, I'm sure you got the basics covered.
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info?
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G&G?
post #5865 of 19222
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
G&G?

Looks like the JLP Saunton.
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