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And then I plan on submitting a couple of more orders. I figure I have time with the thorpe mto so it doesn't really count.
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DDD my mtos should be in this week, I will get pics of the chameleon up ASAP.

 

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And then I plan on submitting a couple of more orders. I figure I have time with the thorpe mto so it doesn't really count.


Cool, I can't wait to see them.

 

Although I have three other MTO's on the way that includes my Thorpe, the Malvern in Chameleon Calf and Loden Suede is probably the one I look forward the most too.

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I don't know, but I figure it would take some serious restraint for most here to stick with anything under 20 or even 30. LOL

No doubt true. Over on Ask Andy there was a thread about what shoes you would select from your collection for a bare minimum rotation. It was an interesting exercise, though not one I would be likely to implement.
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I have a few ideas on the drawing board hythe in some sort of burgundy/nightshade, halifax in a grain, dover mahogonay CC (missed the boat with skoak.) Cardiff in tobacco suede, or doak westminster.
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Chameleon really varies from what I have witnessed, sometimes it looks almost gray sometimes much more green really nervous it was an impulse buy after I saw it at a trunk show.
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I have a few ideas on the drawing board hythe in some sort of burgundy/nightshade, halifax in a grain, dover mahogonay CC (missed the boat with skoak.) Cardiff in tobacco suede, or doak westminster.

Can't wait to see what you come up with. I was very, very close to pulling the trigger on a mink suede halifax
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Does anyone know what the prescribed last for the hythe is? Im thinking i will go with the 82.
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No doubt true. Over on Ask Andy there was a thread about what shoes you would select from your collection for a bare minimum rotation. It was an interesting exercise, though not one I would be likely to implement.


Yeah, at this point I'm not even willing to participate in that kind of exercise. LOL

 

 

I enjoy having the various options that I have.

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I have a few ideas on the drawing board hythe in some sort of burgundy/nightshade, halifax in a grain, dover mahogonay CC (missed the boat with skoak.) Cardiff in tobacco suede, or doak westminster.


A number of those are really great choices, however I would highly recommend the Dover in Mahogany CC. Great foul weather shoe and besides if you don't have a Dover, you've have to at least get one.

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Chameleon really varies from what I have witnessed, sometimes it looks almost gray sometimes much more green really nervous it was an impulse buy after I saw it at a trunk show.


I hope you get it in a shade that works for you. I've got a feeling mine will be a bit green considering it will be paired with Loden Suede. I really hadn't truly understood how much the color might vary until after ordering it though.

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I have the Chelsea, Shannon, Beaulieu, and I'm in on the Thorpe. I really prefer GG for oxfords but I was considering Malvern in DOAK until new DOAK happened. Maybe a midnight nevis like these.


You should, I think it's very classy and unique given that everyone prefers two tone boots.

I like everything about this boot. 

 

Is the sole a "natural" finish?

Any more pictures?  

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