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My most recent. 





They are one of the most gorgeous chukka boots that I have seen and I have seen a ton from many brands! Great selection
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They are one of the most gorgeous chukka boots that I have seen and I have seen a ton from many brands! Great selection

 



Agree completely.
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I'm loving what I see of Saint Crispin's shoes. Along with G&G they're on my to-buy list.

Sorry for this newbie question, but can anyone tell me where St. Crispin shoes are from and how the name is pronounced?

They are made in Transylvania, Romania (I shit you not). A small town called Brasov. The owner is Austrian and originally a lot of the styles were more heavily influenced by the Austro-Hungarian school of shoemaking but these days it's more contemporary...
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They are made in Transylvania, Romania (I shit you not). A small town called Brasov. The owner is Austrian and originally a lot of the styles were more heavily influenced by the Austro-Hungarian school of shoemaking but these days it's more contemporary...

 

Goes to show that where a shoe is made doesn't inherently mean it's good or bad quality. 

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Any there any St. C aficionados who have seen or own their tan scotch grain leather ?

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Any there any St. C aficionados who have seen or own their tan scotch grain leather ?

This scotch grain is vintage, not much left at the workshop.

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This scotch grain is vintage, not much left at the workshop.
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   thank you, I was hoping you would answer.

   I'm told I've reserved the last of it for an mto, so now I'm obsessing over what style to use it for.

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...and those Blue/Violet 523's are incredible. Go to City Hall immediately and change your name to Lucky Bastard. Yes. Yes, I'm jealous. Very nicely done.

Thank you for your kind words. Nothing compared to your awesome collection! :)
 
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Those loafers are gorgeous
:cheers: cheers brotha!
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That's a pretty good one Steve!  Having seen yours, I can't wait for mine!  I ordered 2 U-wings and I'm pretty curious and excited how it'll turn out. 

Ohhh the Mod 564? They are killer! Post up some pics when you get them :))

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This scotch grain is vintage, not much left at the workshop.

So well done, here...and not for nothin', your Instagram page is a stylistic masterpiece. A daily must-see. Kudos.

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Snap!

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Keeping up the chukka love - these see a lot of wear, and year-'round at that.  They are in need of a little TLC.  But since I hear complaints that we see nothing but purely pristine shoes...

 

 

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Very nice @RogerP

No complaints from me regardless of pristine or otherwise, though I'd have to say that watching the life of my shoe/boots is rewarding indeed when looking through my gallery or tumblr

#realshoes
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@ RogerP love the tweed & chukka combo lovely biggrin.gif
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@RogerP  You always hit it out of the park!!  That's one of the greatest chukka models!  Love the combo bud!

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RogerP, are those beautiful chukas on 8.5 F or  9 F size?. Thanks.
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