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post #1246 of 4102
I do like the idea of a split toe and or single monk would be pretty sweet.

I saw this and thought maybe even a loafer would be kinda cool:
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post #1247 of 4102
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Something like this in Black shell on the Rain last with Dainte soles... 

I saw those on the Armoury blog and would love to have a pair but not sure I want shell.
post #1248 of 4102

When will the Navy Whole Cut go up that you teased us with?

post #1249 of 4102
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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post

I saw those on the Armoury blog and would love to have a pair but not sure I want shell.
I imagine this in Ruby would be ridiculously amazing but perhaps too aggressive. Not sure.
post #1250 of 4102

6. For the bal shortwing, Betty actually told me that they don't typically use black shell cordovan. They definitely don't have any in stock, and I'm not sure what the lead time for it would be. If we do the calf/scotch combo, are you leaning towards more of a casual bent? Kind of like the Faulkner in a bal shape? We could do it with a flat welt & dainite sole. It would still be very wearable as a dress shoe, but could work well for lousy holiday weather too.
 

 

Personally I would prefer a shape a little dressier than the Faulkner or Steinbeck boot personally...

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This with a wingtip

post #1252 of 4102
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I'm very interested in the Ruby shell. Agree that something that's not too wild will let the shell it self shine most. Personally, I prefer something on the Forest last, though I'm also game for the Robert, I think.
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

I do like the idea of a split toe and or single monk would be pretty sweet.
I saw this and thought maybe even a loafer would be kinda cool:
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Could do a loafer as well. I'd be a little worried about figuring out the sizing for this, though.
post #1253 of 4102
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This with a wingtip

Those are beautiful... I'd be into that.

post #1254 of 4102
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Originally Posted by Rincon View Post

Those are beautiful... I'd be into that.
+1 I missed out on all the other bal boots, I'd definitely be in for this.

I like the idea of keeping it slightly on the dressier side while still useful as a foul weather boot /w the danite sole.
post #1255 of 4102
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Originally Posted by nepats81 View Post

6. For the bal shortwing, Betty actually told me that they don't typically use black shell cordovan. They definitely don't have any in stock, and I'm not sure what the lead time for it would be. If we do the calf/scotch combo, are you leaning towards more of a casual bent? Kind of like the Faulkner in a bal shape? We could do it with a flat welt & dainite sole. It would still be very wearable as a dress shoe, but could work well for lousy holiday weather too.

 

Personally I would prefer a shape a little dressier than the Faulkner or Steinbeck boot personally...

Agree...while the Faulkner and Steinbeck or nice boots, I don't wear casual clothes that often which is why I ordered the black scotchgrain boot. I have a pair of the Ralph Lauren/AE longwing for when I want to wear a chunky shoe with jeans.
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This with a wingtip.

Can't wait to get these in!!!
post #1257 of 4102
I don't think those are wingtips. To my eyes, they are captoe balmoral with minimal broquing. They're beautiful boots, but not wingtips.
post #1258 of 4102
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I imagine this in Ruby would be ridiculously amazing but perhaps too aggressive. Not sure.

And it would probably cut down the number of pairs we'd be able to get to ~8 (maybe even less), considering the extra leather used.

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I'm very interested in the Ruby shell. Agree that something that's not too wild will let the shell it self shine most. Personally, I prefer something on the Forest last, though I'm also game for the Robert, I think.
Could do a loafer as well. I'd be a little worried about figuring out the sizing for this, though.

I'm also down for Forest. I have no experience at all with Robert, but it looks like a pleasant last from the few Armoury photos I've found. A loafer could be good, but I think I wouldn't wear it enough to enjoy the shell.

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This with a wingtip

Quite frankly, I doubt that such a similar model will get made, considering that the cap toe pairs aren't even set to ship out for a few more weeks.

post #1259 of 4102
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This with a wingtip.

 

 

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I don't think those are wingtips. To my eyes, they are captoe balmoral with minimal broquing. They're beautiful boots, but not wingtips.

 

 

 

 You're absolutely right but the poster meant "I'd like to get this but with a wingtip instead of the punched captoe".

post #1260 of 4102
Mike, I'm down for the Brown Calf/Suede Jodphur boots for November delivery. Would it come with lasted boot tree or no? Forest last sounds fine to me.
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