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post #211 of 2474

sexy vids :)

P.S.

Hope you guys had a great New Years Eve last night; got kids so that's why I'm able to post :P

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post #213 of 2474
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Happy New Year!

 

 

 

:) :) :)

post #214 of 2474
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Fitting picture at Yohei Fukuda (Click to show)



Here's one fitting pix from one of the top Japanese shoemaker; formerly at Cleverley.

Wow - I really find this fit pic and others posted to be fascinating. When in the be-spoke process does this typically occur? Is the fitter using a test shoe?

I was measured by Mr. Glasgow in NYC a few months back - they are building a balmoral that will accommodate my orthotic and I will have my next fitting appointment sometime in March/April. Given how tough I am to fit, I might benefit greatly from this process. Is this something I can request beforehand? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks... Mike147
Edited by Mike147 - 1/1/13 at 10:38am
post #215 of 2474

Not all bespoke shoemakers do a trial shoes for fitting purposes.

 

JLP do, some Japanese makers do.  But both JL St James and G&G do not.  It's all about their house workflow.

 

Not sure about Cleverley, better to ask their opinion.

 

p.s., tough to fit is usually a RTW phenomenon; and cap toe is harder to fit than plaintoe/wingtip/etc due to the toe cap stitch/stiffening.

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post #217 of 2474
Jerry those are right fine!

Is that cordo or calf?
post #218 of 2474
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Jerry those are right fine!
Is that cordo or calf?

Thanks! Cigar shell.
post #219 of 2474
Lovely, The welt stitching is great too.

By my estimation it should take you about 20 years to wear these into the ground. If you work hard at it.
post #220 of 2474
Are those Alden's?
post #221 of 2474
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Are those Alden's?

Nah. StC.
post #222 of 2474
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Are those Alden's?

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Are those Alden's?

It's the Saint Crispin thread brah. Those are MTO 'PC' boots.

http://leathersoulhawaii.com/2012/12/29/saint-crispins-the-pc-boot-lsw/
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Oh youuuu guizzzz
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