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This Week's Shoe Damage #18 (The Revenge of the Lobbs)

post #1 of 48
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Vintage 2006 Cashew Lord Calf
Vintage 2003 Parisian Brown Museum Calf
Vintage 2004 Pepper Velvet Calf






EG Ecton Burgundy 888 last
Silvano lattanzi antique tan wholecut
JL Prestiege Warwick in dark oak
JL Avon dark oak







Grenson willow tan full brogue with dainite sole
Grenson mahagony captoe with dainite sole

post #2 of 48
Back and better than ever

The pics are almost lifesize though !
post #3 of 48
Is the Ecton made to Top Drawer standard?
post #4 of 48
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Originally Posted by edmorel
Back and better than ever

The pics are almost lifesize though !
Thanks Ed! Sorry about that, is there an easy way to reduce the image size without using an editing tool and reposting all the jpegs?
post #5 of 48
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Originally Posted by RJman
Is the Ecton made to Top Drawer standard?

Nope. The Kingsway and Falkirk that are due in March are, though.
post #6 of 48
The Ecton is beautiful. Did you get your Scafora's yet, or will you have to wait a few more months like me?

Panzer
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Originally Posted by Panzeraxe II
The Ecton is beautiful. Did you get your Scafora's yet, or will you have to wait a few more months like me?

Panzer

Thanks Panzer. I just got an email from Scafora saying he won't be in NYC this month. So, it looks like I'll have to wait until March for my final prova and then hopefully get the shoes in April. So it looks like we are in the same boat.
post #8 of 48
Welcome back! Did you get my PM about Vass sizing? I would appreciate some input there. Thanks.
post #9 of 48
He's back!
post #10 of 48
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Originally Posted by kolecho
Welcome back! Did you get my PM about Vass sizing? I would appreciate some input there. Thanks.


Thanks L. I just responded, sorry about the delay.
post #11 of 48
Great you are back
post #12 of 48
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Originally Posted by aportnoy
Thanks Ed! Sorry about that, is there an easy way to reduce the image size without using an editing tool and reposting all the jpegs?

I guess it depends on who is hosting your images at photobucket you can resize and still maintain the original link. Can't say that I have ever tried it though. Nice to see you back!
post #13 of 48
That brown museum calf is stunning!
post #14 of 48
Great to see you back; the place just wasn't the same without that carpeted backdrop. Perhaps its my screen, but those seem like some awfully BIG shoes.

You can't really wear all those shoes, can you? I'd be afraid to have a collection as large as yours, out of fear that I'd never be able to choose, and consequently would never be able to leave the house; they'd find me fully clothed, shoeless but with 17 pair that could have worked just fine laid out in front of my corpse.

Keep up the good work, my man. That carpet is truly magical!
post #15 of 48
As I sit here contemplating several career opportunities and wondering what direction I should head in over the next few years, it occurs to me that the answer is really quite obvious---whatever the hell aportnoy does to amass such a continually stunning shoe collection.
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