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post #2371 of 2624
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Originally Posted by chobochobo View Post

Is Kudu getting quite popular? BTW is this real kudu?

I've been told that they're really soft just like cashmere. Haven't owned one yet though, so I don't really know
post #2372 of 2624

I like the model 506 very much...I am considering it for my next StC order...

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Has anyone ordered a shoe on the Novello last ?

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Im interested in seeing one in person.
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Pardon the lighting and photography but here is a shot of my new MTO burgundy oxfords.

I went with a little stitching around the lacing but I think I prefer the cleaner look of an adulterated wholecut. These shoes don't scream for attention but hey sometimes we need to tone it down.. The color is very nice. The staining has some interesting texture and overall I think the shade of burgundy is very versatile.

These shoes are made off a 4E last. I have small feet. Note to St. Crispin's: You need to supply us small footed friends with some shorter laces please.

Will

post #2376 of 2624
I wear a UK9 and the laces are long as well! (Not on my 6 eyelet wholecuts, however).
post #2377 of 2624
Thread Starter 
StC offers flat laces in at least two lengths so you may want to check with your retailer or with Phillip directly.
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I got these from Shop The Finest. Before I return, anyone interested in these at my cost?
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^size?

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Originally Posted by Mimosa View Post

Pardon the lighting and photography but here is a shot of my new MTO burgundy oxfords.

I went with a little stitching around the lacing but I think I prefer the cleaner look of an adulterated wholecut. These shoes don't scream for attention but hey sometimes we need to tone it down.. The color is very nice. The staining has some interesting texture and overall I think the shade of burgundy is very versatile.

These shoes are made off a 4E last. I have small feet. Note to St. Crispin's: You need to supply us small footed friends with some shorter laces please.

Will


Beautiful shoes, congrat satisfied.gif. Is this the Novello last? Would describe the color as burgundy or more reddish?
Thx
post #2381 of 2624
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Originally Posted by jaywhyy View Post

^size?

Size 10.5F in St Crispin's sizing.
post #2382 of 2624
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post
 
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Originally Posted by jaywhyy View Post

^size?

Size 10.5F in St Crispin's sizing.

 

I generally wear 10.5UK, do StC's fit true to general UK sizing or large/small?

 

EDIT: 44.5 Vass F/P2, 10.5 Carmina Forest.

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True to size UK sizing smile.gif
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Originally Posted by joiji View Post

I generally wear 10.5UK, do StC's fit true to general UK sizing or large/small?

EDIT: 44.5 Vass F/P2, 10.5 Carmina Forest.
post #2384 of 2624
I sent off a pair of my St. Crispies for a re-sole. I do miss them. frown.gif
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How long have you owned those StC before re-sole? I am assuming you wear/walk a lot in them. What's the pricing like for a resole, and what's included? Full resole, or everything but the waist?
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