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Anyone have a picture of their shoes in CRU 611(burgundy)?
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Originally Posted by PCee47 View Post

@Itsuo what a great combination! Love the two textures together.

Here's another pic of my boots in action. It was their maiden voyage when I attended the trunk show. Was a pleasant surprise when Philip complimented my shine. Here's a screenshot from my phone:

The shine is amazing,amazing boots, amazing care!

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Originally Posted by SoGent View Post
 

St C pebble grain (basketball leather) split toes on their way.

 

 

does anyone have a suggestion on where to find light brown laces ?

 

Hope you are enjoying them in great health! Thank you again!

Team M Classic 101

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Guys what do you think of the model 575 vs 633, split-toe derbys? I want a pair of split-toes from StC but can't decide.

 

http://www.saintcrispins.com/category/footwear/derby/

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Guys what do you think of the model 575 vs 633, split-toe derbys? I want a pair of split-toes from StC but can't decide.

 

http://www.saintcrispins.com/category/footwear/derby/


633>575 IMO

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Guys what do you think of the model 575 vs 633, split-toe derbys? I want a pair of split-toes from StC but can't decide.

 

http://www.saintcrispins.com/category/footwear/derby/

 

personally i would go for the 633 for non-suede makeups, but 575 for suede makeups

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I see what you mean about the suede vs calf.

 

Anyone just prefer 575?

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Originally Posted by Solari View Post

Guys what do you think of the model 575 vs 633, split-toe derbys? I want a pair of split-toes from StC but can't decide.

http://www.saintcrispins.com/category/footwear/derby/

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633>575 IMO

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Originally Posted by emiristol View Post

personally i would go for the 633 for non-suede makeups, but 575 for suede makeups

I agree on 633 but can see the 575 for suede too
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633>575 IMO

I agree, but I'm biased..
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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Ethan Newton has a nice image of old RUS calf leather boots. Thought I'd post it here since there was recently a lot of discussion about how the material ages.

http://ethandesu.com/post/139876029454/saint-crispins-trunk-show-march-4-5


Edited by dieworkwear - 2/23/16 at 11:25pm
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Related note - Ethan does have an incentive to make them look good though, he works for a retailer that carries them.

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Related note - Ethan does have an incentive to make them look good though, he works for a retailer that carries them.
The japanese bespoke he carries look amazing!
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New Stcrispin Blue on Blue Derby icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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@TtownMD, THAT is a beautiful shoe!

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@TtownMD
, THAT is a beautiful shoe!
Thx you sir
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