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http://www.sidmashburn.com/

Discuss.
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http://www.sidmashburn.com/shop/foot...n-burnish.html

These Double Monks look fantastic, made by AS i believe. Question is for $595/ £375 how much better are they than AS's own Ramseys which seem to be made to a much better spec for only £385?

http://www.afinepairofshoes.co.uk/co...clusive-ramsey

As i'm in the market for a pair would be nice to know any opinions as the Mashburns seem to be nearly at iconic levels among bloggers ??? The Cheaney Imperial Holyrood's seem in the same league for only £325 , any views ??
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So did he get a license from Life magazine and the other copyright holders of the photos he's using on his for-profit e-commerce site?

I'm guessing he didn't.

Do you suppose Sid will mind if I sell shirts with a Sid Mashburn label?

Why can't fuckers on the Internet create their own content?
post #4 of 103
lol u mad bro.

as for the dub monks, sid's have a different color leather and the toe box looks a little more rounded to me, just based on the site pics.
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anyone know what Alfred Sargent last are the shoes on?
post #6 of 103
Way to go, guys; we've already killed his bandwidth limit.
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Originally Posted by DrFaustus View Post

A very nice web site on the whole. Hope he adds more product to it soon.
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bandwidth limit exceeded. wonder if it's entirely due to SF.
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Yay-

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Originally Posted by Knowledge is King View Post
anyone know what Alfred Sargent last are the shoes on?

99 as Ramsey






the actual version seems to have lighter leather colour , and the buckles are different
post #11 of 103
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Originally Posted by JakeLA View Post
So did he get a license from Life magazine and the other copyright holders of the photos he's using on his for-profit e-commerce site?

I'm guessing he didn't.

Do you suppose Sid will mind if I sell shirts with a Sid Mashburn label?

Why can't fuckers on the Internet create their own content?

You're a bit of a grumpy old b****, aren't you?
post #12 of 103
Nice site, but lacks very useful information.
For example, in the trouser section there
should be a rise/waist matrix. I know the
rise measurement(s) that work for me.
SF Affiliate Howard Yount, a far less-established
business than Sid Mashburn, provides detailed
measurements on their merchandise.
post #13 of 103
Hmmm... just took a cruise through. Nicely laid out, but the merch is surprisingly generic - I didn't see one thing I hadn't seen before and couldn't get somewhere else .. and usually for less.
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You're a bit of a grumpy old b****, aren't you?

it's against the law.

as for the merchandise... ho-hum.
post #15 of 103
Do you know that Sid Mashburn didn't obtain appropriate permission for all the photographs on his website? And if you don't know, then why are you libeling the company by suggesting that it is stealing intellectual property?
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