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I just ordered the Hayes in Vintage Oak on the TG73 but am having second thoughts after seeing the DG70s............... thoughts?

Both are fine - if you like the TG73 then stay with it would be my free advise.
post #647 of 21785
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what do you think about this one?

Very interesting. Originally they learnt the technique from the Eskimos.
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Speaking of a wholecut seamless derby, Lattanzi made such a pair. It was also wood-pegged and had a goyser stitching.
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Speaking of a wholecut seamless derby, Lattanzi made such a pair. It was also wood-pegged and had a goyser stitching.

this is also 100% seamless? when i was in shanghai i seemed to recall this have a skin sticthed inside seam - thro i might be wrong

Edit

oh yes it is seamless but also has a tongue peice too
post #650 of 21785
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this is also 100% seamless? when i was in shanghai i seemed to recall this have a skin sticthed inside seam - thro i might be wrong
Look at the heel. There is no seam.
bengal-stripe may probably know about it and may give his opinion.
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Look at the heel. There is no seam.
bengal-stripe may probably know about it and may give his opinion.

yes yes i saw that, my works mon is poor - so i did not notice at the first glance

but the tongue is still simular to mine

perhaps a new project for Tony
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yes yes i saw that, my works mon is poor - so i did not notice at the first glance

but the tongue is still simular to mine

perhaps a new project for Tony

Yep, the lacing, that was my point...I think you'll hqve to buy them some drinks afterwards if you seriously going to torture them with that .

PS
Ask for grained or heavily textured exotic leather, that would make it even more difficult .
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Yep, the lacing, that was my point...I think you'll hqve to buy them some drinks afterwards if you seriously going to torture them with that .

PS
Ask for grained or heavily textured exotic leather, that would make it even more difficult .

buying drinks has never been an issue

thro to be frank, i dont think i'd do it again

less is more
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less is more
That is rich, coming from you
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That is rich, coming from you

yes, i agree - i like to push as far as possible, as Del Boy say's "he who dare's win's"
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Hayes on DG70, vintage oak.



Interesting deviation from the usual sole design....was this a special request?
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Interesting deviation from the usual sole design....was this a special request?

Actually, this was a sample pair done up for Paul Stuart, which accounts for the differing sole design. I'm fortunate that my G&G sizing (8D) happens to be what they use for all their trunk shows and samples.
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TG73 V's MH71

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actually, i like these a lot... cheers
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