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A definite Hit and I would wear that on a suit. I am a big fan of the 890 last.
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What model Shannon boot is that?  The ones I have seen have the straight stitch along the side.  I really like your version better.  Stunning!

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What model Shannon boot is that?  The ones I have seen have the straight stitch along the side.  I really like your version better.  Stunning!
I think it was XII, right? It was a special order from Skoak when they used to carry EG. Nice make-up.

For a bal boot, I'm actually considering the EG St. James... although I'm curious how well I'd pull off the side-tie. Anyone have the St. James?
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What model Shannon boot is that?  The ones I have seen have the straight stitch along the side.  I really like your version better.  Stunning!

 

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I think it was XII, right? It was a special order from Skoak when they used to carry EG. Nice make-up.

For a bal boot, I'm actually considering the EG St. James... although I'm curious how well I'd pull off the side-tie. Anyone have the St. James?

 

VIII ...but there are about a half dozen with the dip (XII happens to be one too).

post #26435 of 30214

Thanks all.  Awesome boot!

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VIII ...but there are about a half dozen with the dip (XII happens to be one too).
Thanks for the clarification. What is the "dip" or sideways } technically called? @bengal-stripe, any insight?
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Malverns
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Thanks for the clarification. What is the "dip" or sideways } technically called? @bengal-stripe, any insight?

Side wing
post #26439 of 30214

I call it awesome.

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The difference from old vs new Dark Oak continues to amaze me. Points for versatility??

Oh and you can count on saphir conditioning products to strip your black burnishing!

606 and e32

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Malverns

 

 

really really nice @justinkapur 

post #26442 of 30214

Day off Dover maintenance, feeling like need a rosewood cc or suede Dover to round out the collection haha.

 

 

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Day off Dover maintenance, feeling like need a rosewood cc or suede Dover to round out the collection haha.




Beautiful my friend- a tobbaco suede dover is the way to go
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Day off Dover maintenance, feeling like need a rosewood cc or suede Dover to round out the collection haha.
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I think you need both a CC and a suede dover to nicely round out that already exquisite collection.
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Definitely a suede Dover, @Burzan. On my want list as well. 

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