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Seems like we both are on same page & boat biggrin.gif


great! so that makes things that much easier for us to agree on future pairs.

post #17522 of 21778
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This was the picture Skoak sent me back before delivery.

Great split toe, outstanding leather!!

post #17523 of 21778
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Originally Posted by sevenfoldtieguy View Post

Has anyone here done an MTO loafer on a last different than the KN14?

 

               Arran Grain St. Tropez on the TG

post #17524 of 21778
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Originally Posted by sevenfoldtieguy View Post

Has anyone here done an MTO loafer on a last different than the KN14?

               Arran Grain St. Tropez on the TG


Thanks
post #17525 of 21778
Loving these. Anyone up for another run in Vintage Oak TG73 lol

post #17526 of 21778
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Originally Posted by Ironist View Post

Loving these. Anyone up for another run in Vintage Oak TG73 lol

You are speaking my language I would be down for it in TG73 last I think it would be very nice looking bud.
post #17527 of 21778
I'd probably bite for some oak ones though Arrans probably make more sense. Any chance we could do a medallion on the toe?
post #17528 of 21778
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I have a pair of chestnut hatch grain Ishams on the MH-71 last. Not identical but close enough that I want to use the funds for a St. James instead. Can't post any pictures as the boots already sold and have shipped.

And the Thorpes are now mine! Thanks to @Tallcane and the one-day shipping, I'm now wearing them for the rest of the day. Awesome boots.
post #17529 of 21778
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Originally Posted by nickrut View Post

I'd probably bite for some oak ones though Arrans probably make more sense. Any chance we could do a medallion on the toe?
Medallion sounds very good also bud
post #17530 of 21778
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And the Thorpes are now mine! Thanks to @Tallcane and the one-day shipping, I'm now wearing them for the rest of the day. Awesome boots.

Hah. Glad you like them and that they have gone to a good home. My employer's ground shipping rate to Atlanta was downright cheap on fed ex so it made sense.
post #17531 of 21778
Gentlemen: Zimmermann & Kim in South Korea have a few GG on sale. Just bought a Regent in Rosewood for 700 Euros plus shipping (includes trees). They also have some loafers on sale and a suede monk.
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And the Thorpes are now mine! Thanks to @Tallcane and the one-day shipping, I'm now wearing them for the rest of the day. Awesome boots.

Congrats, Great Pickup!!!!​

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Gentlemen: Zimmermann & Kim in South Korea have a few GG on sale. Just bought a Regent in Rosewood for 700 Euros plus shipping (includes trees). They also have some loafers on sale and a suede monk.

Nice find on the regent!!

The maple on their website seems to be quite different than other pics of maple I have seen. Maple can look quite nice. The maple on the website seems horribly bland. Thoughts from maple owners?
post #17534 of 21778
Decent price but nothing that I found in my size that I liked but thank you for,the sale notice smile.gif
post #17535 of 21778
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Loving these. Anyone up for another run in Vintage Oak TG73 lol

I would join...
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