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post #526 of 1240
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Originally Posted by commodorewheeler View Post

Which last is the one with the really wide, round toebox like in the picture here:
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Is that the 4444? I like the way it looks on this kind of boot.

4444 last is wider than the 4497
post #527 of 1240
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Originally Posted by Marcellionheart View Post

Pretty sure he's just doing another run of Coffee Eatons.

Very nice Eaton indeed...

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I wish I could have a gray pair to go with my brown pair.
post #528 of 1240
More expensive than Trickers ? And hows the turn around time of AS ?
post #529 of 1240
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Originally Posted by commodorewheeler View Post

Which last is the one with the really wide, round toebox like in the picture here:
232
Is that the 4444? I like the way it looks on this kind of boot.
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Originally Posted by MSAINT View Post

4444 last is wider than the 4497

so are those on 4444?
post #530 of 1240
Fairly certain Leather Soul does their eatons on the 4497.
post #531 of 1240
Anyone up for a Ghillie?
600
post #532 of 1240
Thread Starter 
AS cap toe boots: (all eyelets will be better.. and dainite sole)
https://www.shoehealer.co.uk/Alfred_Sargent/Shoehealer_Limited_Editions/Alfred_Sargent_Punched_Cap_Derby_Boot_2399.html

Last time we have order it's about 3 months...
Crust blue color: (from the recent order)
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Anyway, if Eaton group it is, how about different medallion punch, like the one from ghillie?
I don't have ghillie boots before besides different look, is there any benefit with the lacing mechanism?
post #533 of 1240
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Originally Posted by rkusmant View Post

AS cap toe boots: (all eyelets will be better.. and dainite sole)
https://www.shoehealer.co.uk/Alfred_Sargent/Shoehealer_Limited_Editions/Alfred_Sargent_Punched_Cap_Derby_Boot_2399.html

Last time we have order it's about 3 months...
Crust blue color: (from the recent order)
ee7228b9.jpg

Anyway, if Eaton group it is, how about different medallion punch, like the one from ghillie?
I don't have ghillie boots before besides different look, is there any benefit with the lacing mechanism?

(Well, 3 months for the rest of you guys. Richard came through though. smile.gif)
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Never considered that there was an actual purpose to the Ghillie lacing other than looks.
Different medallion on the Eaton works.
post #534 of 1240
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

so are those on 4444?

Not sure, my Eaton are on 4497, no difference with my Stow.
post #535 of 1240
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Originally Posted by Marcellionheart View Post

Fairly certain Leather Soul does their eatons on the 4497.

Mine come from their shop... so I'll tend to concur with that .
post #536 of 1240
I like the idea of a blue ghillie or a non brogue stow in blue like the LSH recent offering. something different from an eaton.
post #537 of 1240
got in on those blue double monks. prob is i cant incorporate them in my wardrobe. how and what are you guys wearing with those??? also slightly large on me but workable with insole
post #538 of 1240
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

got in on those blue double monks. prob is i cant incorporate them in my wardrobe. how and what are you guys wearing with those??? also slightly large on me but workable with insole

Any light to medium gray or camel pant looks sick with the blue AS dubs. I rocked them yesterday with Epaulet's grape herringbone pants from this past season. I have also worn them with a light gray Thom Browne suit I have (to my law firm no less -- f it). And I have worn them with camel colored Harris Tweed pants from Epaulet. They look great with all of those in my opinion. The blue is dark enough that I really think it looks stellar with all of those. Just have faith, buddy!
post #539 of 1240
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Originally Posted by CHRK33 View Post

Any light to medium gray or camel pant looks sick with the blue AS dubs. I rocked them yesterday with Epaulet's grape herringbone pants from this past season. I have also worn them with a light gray Thom Browne suit I have (to my law firm no less -- f it). And I have worn them with camel colored Harris Tweed pants from Epaulet. They look great with all of those in my opinion. The blue is dark enough that I really think it looks stellar with all of those. Just have faith, buddy!

music to my ears ... just what i needed to hear
post #540 of 1240
Yep, any gray that's not too dark works well.
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