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Thanks y'all!
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Does anybody have some good pictures of the novello last?

 

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Why is this not more popular than the chisel? I think it looks so much more elegant.
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I think your opinion is correct but then i'm not particularly crazy about any brands chiseled toe

it could be less known simply because it is a fairly new last and there aren't that many examples around.

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Whenever I see a pic of the above boot I can't help but think of a moose for some reason.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Whenever I see a pic of the above boot I can't help but think of a moose for some reason.

 

   yep . . . . put some horns on it and you're there.

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I mean that in the best possible way, though.

bullwinkle.jpg
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wish I had the time to photochop

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I wish I knew how. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Why is this not more popular than the chisel? I think it looks so much more elegant.

I agree on the pics the novello looks more elegant than chisel....wish I can see it myself
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For the 205 would you take it on classic or chisel? Pretty sure that is going to be my next pair but can't decide on last
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me . . . . i'm going chiseled on that one just to shake the look up a lil bit

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What's the 205?
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Classic. I don't like the chiseled at all. Novello over chiseled, but I think that kind of brogue looks best with the classic. Nice almond shape to show off all of the lines and punches. Chiseling just makes it look slightly too busy.
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