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post #331 of 1028

Not the best pic, but I thought I would add mine to the thread as well.

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post #332 of 1028

Very nice! What model are they?

post #333 of 1028
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Very nice! What model are they?

Crockett and Jones Lindrick Boots for RL.

post #334 of 1028

Thanks! I couldn't see the brogueing on the side on my monitor at first. Fantastic pair of boots!

post #335 of 1028
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Thanks! I couldn't see the brogueing on the side on my monitor at first. Fantastic pair of boots!

 

That's funny.

 

Your right though, I shoud have taken the picture from the side of the boot.

post #336 of 1028
Thread Starter 
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thread is one year old tomorrow. great first post, j

Thanks, mate!! And to all contributors - great stuff, gents!
post #337 of 1028
xpoast from rock your socks thread.

Crockett and Jones.

These are most well matched pair of shell shoes that I own. The clicker did a wonderful job of arranging the pieces so that they shade perfectly and consistently from shoe to shoe.

post #338 of 1028
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Somewhat off-topic, but Billy Reid sent out an email with the subject, "Cordovan Skirt."

 

 

Clearly not shell. Bummer.

 

I think that you'll look just fine anyway.

post #339 of 1028

Thanks! satisfied.gif

post #340 of 1028

Hello everyone, i have just bought a pair of black cordovan derby shoes: Trickers Robert (on sale for €199 instead €440, a real bargain!) but i have a question: is it possible to wear this kind of shoes with casual trousers: jeans or cord trousers?

 

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post #341 of 1028

I forgot to put these up:

 

 

A Fine Pair of Shoes x Alfred Sargent Benson balmoral monk shoes in cognac shell.

 

 

More pics at http://gezzaseyes.tumblr.com/post/38689670566/a-fine-pair-of-shoes-x-alfred-sargent-benson

post #342 of 1028
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Originally Posted by Pastor View Post

Here are my Carmina MTO Blue Shell Single Monks.
In the wild with semi natural light (sunshine but still indoors)
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Inside with flash

If these are MTO why has that right foot got a crease 10mm into the toe cap area?
post #343 of 1028

I found these Sebago wingtips on eBay that looked as though they might be shell, but I was not able to find anything online about their company using Horween recently. Anyone else know more information on the company and if they produced any shell shoes?

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/281042478120?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2649

post #344 of 1028
Can anyone give me their thoughts on Bb peal cordovan boots?quality?compare to others?anything would be a help making a decision to keep or not, thank-you in advance for your help
post #345 of 1028
Need advice guys. What's 'cordovan calf'? It was labeled as the material on a pair of ferragamo chelsea boots I found. Also, it didn't feel like cordovan.
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