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post #271 of 347
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Originally Posted by Michael Ay329 View Post
A way I can appreciate his work is to see if there is anything left in my size? Euro 45.5D or 46D

pm sent - this is not a sales thread. i'm not interested in violating the forum rules. thanks
post #272 of 347
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
All my thoughts to his family and the people like you who believed in him...

Rest in peace...

thank you for your kind words.

yes, i believed in "him" and i miss him...
post #273 of 347
These "˜paprikas' from Austria finally showed up after a long transit in HKG.

The color is just fantastic with rich shades of oxblood and burgundy.. Fritzl is super proud of the leather, and rightly so. Very solid "˜toothpick' construction with soles look like they could beat the hell out of cobblestone.

I took some comparison pics with a few lasts - from 12 o'clock: AE Macallister (#5 last), C&J Hallum (348 last), Alfred Sargent Stratford (99 last), Vass budapester derby (awesomest F last), Paprika. I know the styling may not be everyone's cup of tea, but i think they'll be pretty badass with a casual outfit.

Fritzl should have more to say about these shortly.







post #274 of 347
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Originally Posted by gshen View Post
These "˜paprikas' from Austria finally showed up after a long transit in HKG.

Fritzl should have more to say about these shortly.


G. thank you for introducing them to the public with better pictures than i made...

i especially appreciate the comparison shot, which brings the different features to the table.

enjoy and wear them in good health.
post #275 of 347
Those are gorgeous, G.

Fritzl, those are the most amazing paprika to date. Are these from the new collaboration?
post #276 of 347
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post
Those are gorgeous, G.

Fritzl, those are the most amazing paprika to date. Are these from the new collaboration?

ad hoc: these are the factory made brethern.

yes, they are part of the family brand concept, i want to establish with my asian mates.

thank you for your kind words.
post #277 of 347
The leather looks deliciously lustrous.
post #278 of 347
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
The leather looks deliciously lustrous.

the leather conceptionist and the tannery did a wonderful job.
post #279 of 347
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post
Those are gorgeous, G.
actually alan(thearmoury) and luk-cha have handled them on the transit. i'm pretty sure they will chime in.
post #280 of 347
it is lovely leather, best bordo i have seen
post #281 of 347
Gerd, where can one obtain a pair of those?
post #282 of 347
Wore them today. really digging these puppies!:


post #283 of 347
Cordovan or CG?
post #284 of 347
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
Gerd, where can one obtain a pair of those?

i send you a pm.

thank you for your interest.
post #285 of 347
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Originally Posted by apropos View Post
Cordovan or CG?

boxcalf in old horse oxblood.
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