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post #151 of 325
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Originally Posted by bengal-stripe View Post
Better gemmed (and stitched) than wood-pegged,
if you want a 'spring in the step', that is!!!



Typical Austro-Hungarian wood-pegged shoe wearer.


Spring in step is good (welt shoe).
Solid step shoe is good (wood peg).
Best of both world.
Both good.
post #152 of 325
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Originally Posted by acecow View Post
Before this turns into another "pick on reevolving" thread... These shoes of mine get the most compliments in casual wear.


Wow, that looks like what Curt from "Glee" would wear. B
post #153 of 325
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post #154 of 325
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Originally Posted by Pengranger View Post
I don't know why, but I always get compliments when i'm wearing these - JLP Marston


These are really nice! Are they on the 8000 last?
post #155 of 325
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Originally Posted by Xenon View Post
These are really nice! Are they on the 8000 last?

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Originally Posted by Xenon View Post
PTBs as well (actually any blunt nosed Galoshnikov)

what style is the JLP Marston, btw?
post #156 of 325
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post
what style is the JLP Marston, btw?


Fritzl, are you telling me you think the JLP marston is blunt nosed? I don't.


my knowledge of lasts is sketchy at best but here goes:

Not blunt nosed: JLP 8000, G&G TG73 (actually any G&G), maybe EG888 (? depends on photo) alot of the AS and many Cleverly lasts.

Blunt nosed: most A&E, alden, alot of EG, most JLP St James, ect.................................

See the thread on super tanker shoe
post #157 of 325
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Originally Posted by polar-lemon View Post
Some invasions, however, will only be successful if the medallion is done in the style of the "Italian look."



-LR
post #158 of 325
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
Since I only wear black shoes the average person doesn't tend to notice them as much. That said the only shoes with the smallest bit of color have gotten the most compliments:


those are good looking shoes. Do you mind sharing the name of the maker?

-LR
post #159 of 325
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
those are good looking shoes. Do you mind sharing the name of the maker?

-LR

Looks like Corthay.
post #160 of 325
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Originally Posted by Xenon View Post
Fritzl, are you telling me you think the JLP marston is blunt nosed? I don't.

something along this line. nvm.
post #161 of 325
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Originally Posted by philosophe View Post
I'll compliment those Oundles and add some envy. Just beautiful shoes.

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Originally Posted by iand View Post
Beautiful and worth quoting.

Thanks guys! I actually have the same model coming in Edwardian color next week. Can't wait!
post #162 of 325
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Originally Posted by Xenon View Post
These are really nice! Are they on the 8000 last?

JLP Marstons are on the 7000 last.
post #163 of 325
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
those are good looking shoes. Do you mind sharing the name of the maker?

-LR

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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
Looks like Corthay.

Yes, they are Corthay Vendomes.
post #164 of 325
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post
what style is the JLP Marston, btw?

The style is called V-front. - Two or three eyelet derby, exposing a 'V' over the vamp.
post #165 of 325
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
Yes, they are Corthay Vendomes.

Thanks.

-LR
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