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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

What is the difference between the Camden and Newmarket models?

Camden is a slightly shorter Chelsea boot with a V-shaped gusset. Newmarket is a slightly taller boot with a parallelogram-shaped gusset.
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Thanks, V and DWW
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NP.

 

Don't forget the parallelogram bit...I once denied receipt of a pair of Newmarket's for being too trapezoidal. My convex quadrilaterals must be uniformly parallel.

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I need something non-Euclidean so wondering if the Newmarkets are my best choice.
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Dover doak + doak belt !!
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I had the same choice @bry2000 and went this way...




delighted
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Those are sweet, Cleav. I really think both models are great.
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

Those are sweet, Cleav. I really think both models are great.

To be fair you won't be disappointed which way you go biggrin.gif
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PSA: Sakks on Fifth ( Manhattan) has a pait of Halifax in Brown Utah for $848.00, with
An additional 40% off
Size: 13
With Trees
Good deal for the Big Foots.
Bergdorf Mens have G&G Cannes loafer in 10E, for $799
Not a bad deal for a sweet looking shoe
post #27820 of 28954
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Originally Posted by fairlynerdy View Post

Thanks for the thoughts guys. I think there's a pair of walnut CC Galways in my future.

 

As it happens, a pair of walnut CC Dovers just arrived at my door from the pop up sale.  I have to say I think this would be an outstanding choice for a Galway.  Too bad no more GMTOs - I would be so down with that.

post #27821 of 28954
anybody with some old rlpl trees in 7.5 they dont need?
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just took a gamble on these and hoping they are still in good condition. how much is TD recraft these days?

http://bluespinach.com.au/product/edward-green-oundle-cognac-monkstrap-shoes/
post #27823 of 28954
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Originally Posted by Akeem View Post

just took a gamble on these and hoping they are still in good condition. how much is TD recraft these days?

http://bluespinach.com.au/product/edward-green-oundle-cognac-monkstrap-shoes/

 

Beautiful. Not sure what the price of a TD recraft is but new price for a monkstrap, as of last Thursday when I placed an order for a Westminster, is £1,500 including UK VAT and bundled shoe trees. Knock off the £95 list price for the shoe trees gives £1,405 inc VAT (sales tax) or £1,171 exc VAT if you're outside the UK. I think recrafts usually run to somewhere between 30% and 50% of new shoe price so my guess would be somewhere between £351 and £585 (+ VAT if applicable).

post #27824 of 28954
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Originally Posted by Akeem View Post

just took a gamble on these and hoping they are still in good condition. how much is TD recraft these days?

http://bluespinach.com.au/product/edward-green-oundle-cognac-monkstrap-shoes/

Nice purchase, these are made of dark cognac cordovan crup
+ Top Drawer = WIN
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Dover time.

 

 

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