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post #31 of 81
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I love the title of this thread. It's like a really dull movie title.

Ed Morel: Quality Seller!

Thanks j, that beats my thread title.
post #32 of 81
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Originally Posted by coatandthai
I received my Official SF Zegnas but unfortunately the fit was just too snug in the seat and thigh (too much gym work I suppose).

Hey, that's the same line I use--too much gym work!

I'll join the praise fest of Ed. I've purchased from him in the past, and have always been dealt with more than fairly.
post #33 of 81
Ed, we need more items for Christmas!
post #34 of 81
I cannot help but to say here that Ed Morel is a great guy.
post #35 of 81
Lobb Sandons .
post #36 of 81
JL Sandons. Chestnut.

When you spend several hundreds of dollars and you finally see the merchandise and COMPLETELY FORGET the pain of spending that money because you are mesmerized and completely in love with what you got... that is when you know you know your money was well spent.


this one-dimensional photo does not do ANY justice on this shoe in color and in substatiative feel and weight in hand, and the lines and curves.
post #37 of 81
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Originally Posted by diorshoe View Post
I cannot help but to say here that Ed Morel is a great guy.

Yeah! Woohoo! It's the Greatest Revival of All Time!

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i just cannot capture the true lines of this shoe.

does anyone experience that with a digital camera? you see an angle that is just beautiful in the waist lines, vamp and quarters, and when you snap the photo it comes out blunt looking.
tell you, this shoe does not look blunt as the photo above depicts. but it is one of the best i can do with my not good camera.
post #39 of 81
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Originally Posted by diorshoe View Post


i just cannot capture the true lines of this shoe.

does anyone experience that with a digital camera? you see an angle that is just beautiful in the waist lines, vamp and quarters, and when you snap the photo it comes out blunt looking.
tell you, this shoe does not look blunt as the photo above depicts. but it is one of the best i can do with my not good camera.

It doesn't really look decadent enough
post #40 of 81
You're much too close to the shoe. Back away and zoom in so that the fisheye effect is lessened.

Please step away from the shoe.
post #41 of 81
that is good advice.

i always took photos right up against the shoe.



so back away and zoom in? i will try that tonite.
post #42 of 81
And for pete's sake, put some trees in those babies and lace them properly before posting next time.
post #43 of 81
Back to Ed Morel.

A great guy with wonderful quality items for sale at very nice prices indeed.

Plus, when it comes to anything of a kinky nature, Ed is the man with the knowledge
post #44 of 81
Great looking shoes Brian!
post #45 of 81
Is there any hope of getting a pic of Ed wearing those shoes?
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