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post #5071 of 5412
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Current lineup including one Quoddy, and one OSB.

 

Have they been worn? They look very new. 

post #5072 of 5412
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Have they been worn? They look very new. 


The majority of them are fairly new. However I have had the chance to wear most of them.

post #5073 of 5412
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The majority of them are fairly new. However I have had the chance to wear most of them.
Too busy wearing Galways.
post #5074 of 5412
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Too busy wearing Galways.


I've been fortunate and I have a decent rotation of shoes and boots. I like having options. As such I don't tend to wear any one thing that often. Same goes with clothes and watches.


Edited by dddrees - 8/5/14 at 10:12am
post #5075 of 5412
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I've been fortunate and I have a decent rotation of shoes and boots. I like having options. As such I don't tend to wear any one thing to often.
Why so serious?? Ha!
post #5076 of 5412
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Why so serious?? Ha!

Just being honest.

post #5077 of 5412

For me it's dovetails that wear down so quickly, I've only had these for a week.
post #5078 of 5412
I actually install nylon taps to protect the top-lift ... I simply want to delay the trip to the cobbler for as long as I can.
post #5079 of 5412

My lineup:

 

* Blake boots in russet and loden CXL and navy shell (first two are branded Eastland Made in Maine Monroe)

* Blake wingtips in red plum casual, Parisian blue, and golf green CXL

* (in production) Blake chukkas in Color 8 and navy CXL and dark green shell

 

Plus assorted belts.

post #5080 of 5412
Yeah I'm probably just going to wear these to the cobblers and leave them there. I'm probably going to get taps put in on all my leather soled shoes from now on.
post #5081 of 5412
Was just at my local cobbler and she told me that she would have to resole my loafers if I wanted to replace the dovetails. I always thought you could replace the dovetail as long as it hasn't worn into the stacked heel. Which mine haven't.

Edit:

Rocking my new camp mocs today.
Edited by Nik Telford - 8/5/14 at 2:25pm
post #5082 of 5412
You need to find another cobbler then.
post #5083 of 5412
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My lineup:

* Blake boots in russet and loden CXL and navy shell (first two are branded Eastland Made in Maine Monroe)
* Blake wingtips in red plum casual, Parisian blue, and golf green CXL
* (in production) Blake chukkas in Color 8 and navy CXL and dark green shell

Plus assorted belts.

Are the Blake chukkas going to be three colors?!?
post #5084 of 5412
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Originally Posted by halfnhalfnhalf View Post

My lineup:

* Blake boots in russet and loden CXL and navy shell (first two are branded Eastland Made in Maine Monroe)
* Blake wingtips in red plum casual, Parisian blue, and golf green CXL
* (in production) Blake chukkas in Color 8 and navy CXL and dark green shell

Plus assorted belts.

Are the Blake chukkas going to be three colors?!?

 

Three pairs, one color each - as opposed to one unholy tri-tone saddle-like deal.  ;-)

post #5085 of 5412
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You need to find another cobbler then.

Haha yeah, I think I'll just send it to B. Nelson.
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