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post #991 of 2514
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

I'd leave it clean, shoe is beautiful as is no need to add uneccesary details
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

I would go sans broguing if there's no medallion.
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Originally Posted by tchoy View Post

I preferred the StC version sans brogue it's much cleaner looking.
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Originally Posted by nyc108 View Post

I have the 523 on chiseled last and, for me, the attraction was the clean lines of the u-cap.  leave them as is, you will love them.  

San broguing it is. Thank you all. Now the wait begins. Nyc108 please post photos of your 523 u-caps if you can.
post #992 of 2514
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Leffot's makeup from last year in cru 607




San broguing it is. Thank you all. Now the wait begins. Nyc108 please post photos of your 523 u-caps if you can.
post #993 of 2514
Hi everyone,

Have been lurking on this thread for a long time. Here's a few shots of my very first ever pair of MTO shoes - SC were my not my original choice (tried on G&G when I first went into the store), however changed my mind immediately, as they are one of the most comfortable pair of shoes I have ever worn.

Wonderful experience with Ideyi from Leatherfoot in Toronto from start to finish - they were amazing. They also take great pics (see below).... nod[1].gif

Figuring out what to order next...!

Brit



Edited by brit - 9/22/13 at 10:27pm
post #994 of 2514
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Originally Posted by brit View Post

Hi everyone,

Have been lurking on this thread for a long time. Here's a few shots of my very first ever pair of MTO shoes - SC were my not my original choice (tried on G&G when I first went into the store), however changed my mind immediately, as they are one of the most comfortable pair of shoes I have ever worn.

Wonderful experience with Ideyi from Leatherfoot in Toronto from start to finish - they were amazing. They also take great pics (see below).... nod[1].gif

Figuring out what to order next...!

Brit


Nice looking boot.

 

I like the way the suede extends to the welt but only in one thin piece.

 

 

Congrats.

post #995 of 2514

brit - those are absolutely fantastic - enjoy!

post #996 of 2514
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Originally Posted by SoGent View Post

   yesterday's order pales in comparison to alexG  but this boot  in bitter chocolate brown shrunken calf like the chukka
   they won't be built on the screwdriver last tho.





   talked with Phillip and decided to have the boot made on the Novello.
   I think it will significantly improve on what may appear a bland boot and let the shrunken calf do the talking

Bottom one looks like a Bestetti copy.
post #997 of 2514
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Originally Posted by brit View Post

Hi everyone,

Have been lurking on this thread for a long time. Here's a few shots of my very first ever pair of MTO shoes - SC were my not my original choice (tried on G&G when I first went into the store), however changed my mind immediately, as they are one of the most comfortable pair of shoes I have ever worn.

Wonderful experience with Ideyi from Leatherfoot in Toronto from start to finish - they were amazing. They also take great pics (see below).... nod[1].gif

Figuring out what to order next...!

Brit


 

We are so glad you like them! Enjoy!

post #998 of 2514

 

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For those Saint Crispin's fans in the West Coast,

we will be in Vancouver tomorrow for

the first ever Saint Crispin's Trunk Show in Vancouver.

Looking forward to seeing some of you there!

-

post #999 of 2514
Teaser: Casual, Semi-Formal, Formal
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post #1000 of 2514
Waiting to board severely delayed flight.

post #1001 of 2514
we see 6 pointy black objects, patrick
post #1002 of 2514
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Originally Posted by no frills View Post

Waiting to board severely delayed flight.

 

 

Love these.  When I break down and finally get a pair of St. C's, it will like be a Chukka.

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we see 6 pointy black objects, patrick

That's why it's a teaser. smile.gif more to come.
post #1004 of 2514
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please get a mirror shine on those badboys; looking forward to the reflection of your boxer shorts

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post #1005 of 2514
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post
 

 

 

Love these.  When I break down and finally get a pair of St. C's, it will like be a Chukka.

 

A decision you will not regret....I love mine...they fit like a glove and are so sleek on the foot.

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