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Here's some more Shell P0rn for ya.

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With all those beautiful shoes, anyone would think you owned a shoe shop or something! 

 

 

 

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I don't think I ever posted these here, a special order from Alfred Sargent: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








 


These are my third and probably last pair of shell boots. Pics of the other two, by DW Frommer and Riderboot, are here, from earlier in this thread.

Very nice.

 

I'm starting to really like the cap toes more and more.

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With all those beautiful shoes, anyone would think you owned a shoe shop or something! 

 

 

 

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Great looking boots, thanks for sharing.

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Latest addition, Ron Rider Co Walnut Corodvan Boot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now a small Cordovan Rainbow #8 Alden Brown, Brown C&J Lindrick for RL, Walnut Ron Rider Boot CO

 

 

 

 

The entire collection for now.

 

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The entire collection for now.



Nice, though it all looks brand new!
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Nice, though it all looks brand new!

They all are pretty much new.

 

But then again they're starting to get out and about.

 

They'll get worn, I assure you of that.

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Carmina Adelaide in Cognac (Alcudia), Crockett & Jones Lindrick in Brown Shell (325), Alden Indy in Cigar Shell (Trubalance) and Alfred Sargent Miller Boot in Cognac Shell (724)
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Carmina Adelaide in Cognac (Alcudia), Crockett & Jones Lindrick in Brown Shell (325), Alden Indy in Cigar Shell (Trubalance) and Alfred Sargent Miller Boot in Cognac Shell (724)

Great looking collection Namor.

 

I sure would luv to get my hands on a pair of those AS Millers.

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Want.  Who makes these beauties?

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Want.  Who makes these beauties?

Carmina

 

http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/tags/carmina?page=1

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Thank you.

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G&G Arran in Brown Cordovan. MH71 Last...Stunning!

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G&G Arran in Brown Cordovan. MH71 Last...Stunning!

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I do like the shape of these boots.

 

I do wonder how only three eyelets really work.

 

It wouldn't seem to give a very snug fitting. Am I wrong?

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I do like the shape of these boots.

 

I do wonder how only three eyelets really work.

 

It wouldn't seem to give a very snug fitting. Am I wrong?

x2 looks like a dolphin 

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ultimately its how the last fits your foot, right? i mean a loafer can be just as snug around the foot as a 6 lace oxford
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