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Originally Posted by badsha View Post

Yepp thats what the box says as well. Definitely not my error. Hopefully it will be resolved.

FUN, FUN, FUN... till St C's took the colour aaawwwway...
post #1352 of 2995
FUN has nothing to do with the color, it has to do with the type of leather as far as I know.
post #1353 of 2995
Lovely austerity brogue! Can you post up your other black saint crispins?
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Just picked up a new pair, boring for most of you, I'm sure:
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Great choice! I like being boring I have the same shoes in brown.
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Here's another shot:
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Wurger, repetitive, but you get the idea:











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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Wurger, repetitive, but you get the idea:
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All great!
post #1358 of 2995

The wholecuts are completely off the hook.

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PB nod[1].gif
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I'll bring it up again, does anybody know the difference between CRU and FUN? I have both, and FUN looks like it has more pores and slightly more antiquing, but I am curious of the "official" difference.
post #1361 of 2995
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I'll bring it up again, does anybody know the difference between CRU and FUN? I have both, and FUN looks like it has more pores and slightly more antiquing, but I am curious of the "official" difference.

No, but wholecuts remind me of how underrated black shell is.
post #1362 of 2995
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

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one is more beautiful than the other. .. really impressive
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icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif, thanks PB, the cap toe oxford will be my next pair.
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Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

No, but wholecuts remind me of how underrated black shell is.

black shell is a rare beauty
post #1365 of 2995
With my black brown CRU 609 522B, I bought because I thought it would be versatile for many different occasions. However, I find the I don't wear it much.

During my 5 day working week, there are no occasions where black is inappropriate, and it's the colour of choice of everyone around me. And when I have meetings with the professional industry I also tend to prefer black over brown, so in the end, I just stick to black shoes due to it's easy.

On the weekend, I have plenty of brown shoes in lighter shades, suede or pebble grain finish, in full brogue or split toe derby styles. Comparing to them, the black brown in quarter brogue is too formal, and I have not wore it once on the weekend yet.

So the jack of all trades becomes the least used, and for my future purchases, I am sticking to black only for the more formal styles!

Anyone else in my situation?
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