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post #46 of 55
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This depends, the first 2 bespoke I have are not as chiseled at TG73 but the next 3 were

I love the variation in the five pairs you've got. Should take photos for comparison.
post #47 of 55
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Some deets.





Some samples.



Some deliveries.

post #48 of 55
those DM's are nice
post #49 of 55
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Hidetaka Fukaya seconds?



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Would make sense, as he is the most expensive shoe guy in Florence.
It's said that he is mostly consulted by his fellow countrymen because of the easier communication.


Gazman, I wonder (well actually not as you obviously liked a less severe version better) why you didn't go with his typical "dagger" shaped chisel.
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Would make sense, as he is the most expensive shoe guy in Florence.
It's said that he is mostly consulted by his fellow countrymen because of the easier communication.


Gazman, I wonder (well actually not as you obviously liked a less severe version better) why you didn't go with his typical "dagger" shaped chisel.

Broad feet meant that the toe box would be too aggressively tapered to achieve his distinctive shape. It would look more like a spade rather than a dagger. He tried it at first but the toe box was far too long. Bring in back meant producing a broader but chiseled toe.
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those DM's are nice

yes they are!
post #52 of 55
I like how he shipped the box just as a....box! (see stamps)
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I like how he shipped the box just as a....box! (see stamps)
Personally, I think its a tax dodge.
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yes they are!

getting some are we???

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I like how he shipped the box just as a....box! (see stamps)

i hope it is recyclable

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Personally, I think its a tax dodge.

lol
post #55 of 55
Sorry for grave digging this thread but wanted to ask if anyone knows if they still sell any rtw in Firenze?

How about their leather goods?
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