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Who wants to see a pic of the new Fall 2011 styles? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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The lazyman shoes looks great and I'll give the double monk a closer look when Tony comes to town
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Who wants to see a pic of the new Fall 2011 styles? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I'm in trouble!! What is that new red colour called?
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Go bespoke Rambo.

If you're willing to fund this operation I'll gladly take on a silent partner.
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G&G "Cooper" in Black Deco Calf
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G&G Deco "Wilde" in Black Deco Calf
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Yeah. I'm going to take a look, but I think my next pair will be either St. James II, Harrow, or Regent. I just can't get those polo suede that Nick posted out of my head.

mmmmmhmmmmm suuuueedeeee drool.gif
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mmmmmhmmmmm suuuueedeeee drool.gif

I feel honored that we share similar taste in shoes.
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Yeah. I'm going to take a look, but I think my next pair will be either St. James II, Harrow, or Regent. I just can't get those polo suede that Nick posted out of my head.

They're on my list.
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They're on my list.

Unfortunately I have to do MTO, because I am a D width, but that also gives me the opportunity to customize.
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I hate to say this, but Im not really in love with any of these.
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I hate to say this, but Im not really in love with any of these.

+1. the shoes got progressively worse as your eyes travel down the page
Edited by NAMOR - 10/8/11 at 12:21am
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Thread Starter 
id like to see better pictures of the double monk
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Medallion on Grosvenor will work on wingtips...
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id like to see better pictures of the double monk

+1

I wish the straps opened outwards towards the buckles instead of the parallel configuration. The Mayfair might work for me, although for double monks I'd prefer a simple stitch across the toe cap and along the side.
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... although for double monks I'd prefer a simple stitch across the toe cap and along the side.


For MTO I believe that this is configurable. In a recent thread entitled "Opinions on Gaziano & Girling MTO" (I won't provide a link or else my post will probably get held for moderation) Leaves said:

 

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Those Gables did not actually go through us. It's possible to do a lot of stuff in the MTO program. We've had people remove or add punclines, add or remove brogueing, change lining colours, add metal toe tips etc. It's up to the reseller to guide you when you're in the store.

 

I'm planning to take advantage of this when I get far enough down my list to place my order for the Cantebury boots where I plan to specify plain stitching on both the toecap and the horizontal ankle seam.

 

- Julian

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