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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Those black double monks posted a while back in the buffalo have burned a hole in my brain. A very expensive and tempting hole.

 

   if they're the ones Malford posted, they've already burned a hole in my pocket.

   took about 3 days & i caved on a dark chocolate brown pair in that leather and i'm NOT a 2 strap guy

   we'll see how they turn out round about August

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Forgive me if they are already posted, but does anybody have any images of their "shrunken" calf?

 

 

This is SC shrunken calf and C&J grain for comparison

 

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Thread Starter 
Today... chukkas in chocolate.

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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post

Looks so good, the folks at Bonafe made one too.

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Both models are really nice, I picked out that Bonafé model myself, it's an old archive model.

I was supposed to meet with SC during their visit to Stockholm but something came up. Hopefully I will see Phillip the next time he visits.
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Reto,

Thanks for the pictures!

Classic/Riva looks nice but they don't fit me anywhere close as well as Sailor.

p.s., I like Classic much better.  Riva's chisel toe tapering is way too eye catching for my taste.  tongue.gif

The Riva last is best suited for plain toes and maybe the occasional wingtip, but always only if there is no toe-medallion. For example a Chukka on the Riva is nice, or a monk wothout any decoration in the toe area. In other cases go for the classic. :-)
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Reto,

Thanks for the pictures!

Classic/Riva looks nice but they don't fit me anywhere close as well as Sailor.

p.s., I like Classic much better.  Riva's chisel toe tapering is way too eye catching for my taste.  tongue.gif

The Riva last is best suited for plain toes and maybe the occasional wingtip, but always only if there is no toe-medallion. For example a Chukka on the Riva is nice, or a monk wothout any decoration in the toe area. In other cases go for the classic. :-)
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They're finally here and I think they look fabulous.

Russian Calf and Cordovan.

Sailor Last and Dainite Sole.





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Awesome boots!!
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Awesome boots!!

Thank you sir.
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+1

Great looking boots

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Originally Posted by sdolina View Post

+1
Great looking boots

Thank you sir.

I really like your shrunken calf boots also.
Edited by dddrees - 5/20/13 at 6:07pm
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I'm a sucker for a classic look...drooling over these.  St. Crispin's classic last is timeless and absolutely gorgeous, IMO.  StCs are totally out of my league! smile.gif

 

 

Hats off to LeatherFoot for offering such great styles!

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Hats off to LeatherFoot for offering such great styles!

 

Thanks kayjaybee!

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Originally Posted by kayjaybee View Post

I'm a sucker for a classic look...drooling over these.  St. Crispin's classic last is timeless and absolutely gorgeous, IMO.  StCs are totally out of my league! smile.gif




Hats off to LeatherFoot for offering such great styles!

That's what I ordered only in black shell. Mid July, apparently.
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