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post #21031 of 22602
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Has sizing already been discussed in regards to Deco versus MH71?

 

I'm a 9.5F in MH71 and it fits very well.

You should be 9.5 F on the Deco last as well. I take same size for MH71/Deco/TG73/GG06 i.e. 8.5 E. 

For the first 3-4 wears they were slightly tight for me in the small Toe area but then loosened up to be a good fit. 

Dean had earlier told me that he wears 8.5 F in all lasts including Deco and that's how i nailed my size. 

Others can confirm as well on this. 

post #21032 of 22602
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Has sizing already been discussed in regards to Deco versus MH71?

I'm a 9.5F in MH71 and it fits very well.
Take same size my man on all gg last.
post #21033 of 22602
Dandiest shoes I own - spectator Gatsbys



post #21034 of 22602
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Dandiest shoes I own - spectator Gatsbys



I'm pretty sure I just liked your photo of these on IG haha. Really really beautiful stuff there, mate. :)

post #21035 of 22602
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Dandiest shoes I own - spectator Gatsbys




I like your socks. What brand are they?

post #21036 of 22602
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I like your socks. What brand are they?

Thank you! They're Mazarin - got them from meschausettesrouges.

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I'm pretty sure I just liked your photo of these on IG haha. Really really beautiful stuff there, mate. smile.gif

You did. Cheers, mate. cheers.gif
post #21037 of 22602
Round deco last. First time I've had a chance to see them on the hoof. I had been sceptical - I tend to like sharp lasts, but wasn't convinced from the sample models that it was worth branching out from the square deco.

Trying them on, I've been very pleasantly surprised. Square deco is still king, emperor and Deity in my book, but round deco is a prince.





post #21038 of 22602
Last trick. New Connaughts in dark vintage pine.



post #21039 of 22602
Always a visual delight seeing your posts Decoman!

Here my feeble contribution. Feeling a little patriotic today.

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Always a visual delight seeing your posts Decoman!

Here my feeble contribution. Feeling a little patriotic today.
  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Nice shoes, but details on the legs on the left? :wow: 

 

And, how much money is in that briefcase?

post #21041 of 22602
Hey hey EASSSYYY now. That's my veep your talking about! ...in CL's no less...

I'm not at liberty to discuss the contents of that attaché. Abe would abide. wink.gif
post #21042 of 22602
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Hey hey EASSSYYY now. That's my veep your talking about! ...in CL's no less...

I'm not at liberty to discuss the contents of that attaché. Abe would abide. wink.gif

 

Venneri for Bond 25.

post #21043 of 22602
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Last trick. New Connaughts in dark vintage pine.




Approved! Is this a new color? How does it compare with Vintage Oak? I'm familiar with Vintage Pine (one of my Connaught pairs), but haven't heard of this shade. Thanks!
Edited by Easily Amused - 8/11/16 at 2:54pm
post #21044 of 22602
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Approved! Is this a new color? How does it compare with Vintage Oak I'm familiar with Vintage Pine (one of my Connaught pairs), but haven't heard of this shade. Thanks!

It's a batch of leather G&G had that was a version of vintage pine but turned out significantly darker, almost whiskey-ish. As soon as Max at the Savile Row store told me about it, I was like "let's do this."

It's not as dark as vintage oak, more akin to vintage chestnut in shade but not as red/orange.
post #21045 of 22602
Found these at Hankyu Ginza. Reminded me of a botched plastic surgeons job, with all due respect. With prices running north of $2000, and about the only place to be able to buy GG in Tokyo, given the high standards of Japanese consumers, I'd have this off the shelves. Granted they are hand stitched , but compared to what's offered in Japan in bespoke, at not even more than double the prices I was surprised by the work.
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