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post #6331 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post


It's not almost the same.
It is the same.

500

are you talking the dinks, or what?
post #6332 of 19808
nah i mean the carpet - coincidence??
post #6333 of 19808
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ravello monks
argyles otc
post #6334 of 19808
I'm still looking for an older pair of goyser dinks of my own. I am guilty of "Carpetright Infringement".
post #6335 of 19808
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

nah i mean the carpet - coincidence??

ah, ok. no idea about the rug. was talking shoes.
post #6336 of 19808
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Originally Posted by isshinryu101 View Post

I'm still looking for an older pair of goyser dinks of my own. I am guilty of "Carpetright Infringement".

looks like.

maybe that carpet has some kind of shoe collecting drug woven into it
post #6337 of 19808
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color 8 monks
argyles otc
post #6338 of 19808
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Originally Posted by mcarthur View Post

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color 8 monks
argyles otc

I always enjoy your socks, friend!
post #6339 of 19808
While I'm waiting on a new/ old pair of 1930's Alligators, I figured I'd just throw something out there.

1950's Seal Skin Brogues.

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post #6340 of 19808
as much as i like the skin i think th shoes are fugly - sorry!
post #6341 of 19808
500

Took advantage of the Nordstrom sale, very nice perforation detail, it's a pleasure wearing these shoes nod[1].gif
post #6342 of 19808
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Originally Posted by luk-cha View Post

as much as i like the skin i think th shoes are fugly - sorry!

No need to apologize, friend! I'm not posting with a need to please or get praise. My tastes vary widely, and IMO, sometimes the ugliest are beautiful in their own way.

Love or hate, please feel free to say it.

It IS fascinating that in the "Vintage Years", shoemakers would catch, kill & skin ANYTHING to make a shoe out of!
post #6343 of 19808
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Originally Posted by culverwood View Post

I have never understood the SF fascination for Central European hobbit shoes. I suspect their suitability for the weather in parts of Europe and USA/Canada has something to do with it but the style leaves me cold.

I don't understand SF fascination with the yawn-inducing designs of Great Britain and they're what, 95% of what people post...
post #6344 of 19808
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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

500

Took advantage of the Nordstrom sale, very nice perforation detail, it's a pleasure wearing these shoes nod[1].gif

maker??
post #6345 of 19808
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post


maker??

Allen Edmonds, Strand model
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