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post #16 of 22
yes.
post #17 of 22
I just heard from Chay that my crazy order is nearing completion. They're extra-tall blucher boots made of shell and with a bellows tongue for serious weather protection. I'll post pics when I get them.

He's gearing up for next week's trunk show at Leffot in NYC. Anyone planning to go?
post #18 of 22
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Originally Posted by emptym View Post

I just heard from Chay that my crazy order is nearing completion. They're extra-tall blucher boots made of shell and with a bellows tongue for serious weather protection.
He's gearing up for next week's trunk show at Leffots in NYC. Anyone planning to go?

wowwowowwow. deets?
post #19 of 22
Like the best you can get, detail is everything end, but I'd like to see a traditional looking English shoe with a rounded toe.

C&J, G&G, Cheaney Imperial you name it all go for the elongated look, which I really dislike.

This would be nice as a Handgrade, for example:

http://www.afinepairofshoes.co.uk/products/alfred-sargent-dartmouth
post #20 of 22
^I agree. They'll make the Dartmouths on the 87 last as handgrades. I have a pair and they're great.

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wowwowowwow. deets?
High, captoed blucher boot, 9-10 inches tall or even taller.
Dark brown shell cordovan
Bellows tongue to keep out rain
19 last
10 eyelets/hooks
No broguing anywhere, except perhaps for the stitching line on the toe cap
Dainite sole, no storm welting.
post #21 of 22
So like what happens when you walk on those hardwood floors in your beautiful new shoes with METAL TOE PLATES? Just wondering ...
post #22 of 22
Are the AS Moore's on Leffot's blog the same as those on AFPOS?
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