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Chestnut antique ?? Or Antique Cherry ???

Both are cool colors, I think chestnut is darker, more year round. I was looking at my AS Cherry Wilsons and they seem light.

Any thoughts on Mahogany or Oak? The chestnut on AFPOS looks darker than Namor's.

Any suits me fine !!
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Once you go shell, you can't go back

FTFY
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Hopefully we get some more interest and a design. biggrin.gif
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Hopefully we get some more interest and a design. biggrin.gif

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post #410 of 995
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Both are cool colors, I think chestnut is darker, more year round. I was looking at my AS Cherry Wilsons and they seem light.
Any thoughts on Mahogany or Oak? The chestnut on AFPOS looks darker than Namor's.

I'm definitely in for Oak or Mahogany for the Blake austerity brogue.

Less interested in chestnut and would probably pass. I have C&J Westbourne in chestnut and I'm looking for some diversity in both color and style. Austerity brogues in a darker brown do that for me.

Here are three shots in burnished Mahogany handgrade from Leffot:





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That's 6 reached on the MIlton in Blue Calf mto - fantastic - many thanks to you all - we will leave the page open for a week more and then be keen to get the order in asap after that.
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Nice, is that three, without even getting a page set-up?? I am looking for a picture of both colors in the wild. Maybe we can get some trees thrown in if this goes live.
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That's 6 reached on the MIlton in Blue Calf mto - fantastic - many thanks to you all - we will leave the page open for a week more and then be keen to get the order in asap after that.

Great job SF!!!
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That's 6 reached on the MIlton in Blue Calf mto - fantastic - many thanks to you all - we will leave the page open for a week more and then be keen to get the order in asap after that.

That's amazingly quick.

Speaking of make-ups, would it be possible to have AS build a country boot in shell? Either the Lombard captoe or Cambrige brogue?
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Fantastic! Let's get the ball rolling on this one. I hate to see AS using the Holiday season s a reason for delays. Between August holidays and December holidays, I am not sure how anything gets done in fall! OK just kidding. I am just excited to see this happening fast.
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That's 6 reached on the MIlton in Blue Calf mto - fantastic - many thanks to you all - we will leave the page open for a week more and then be keen to get the order in asap after that.

Edited by Saratorial_Splender - 9/26/12 at 8:12pm
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That's amazingly quick.
Speaking of make-ups, would it be possible to have AS build a country boot in shell? Either the Lombard captoe or Cambrige brogue?

Anything is possible - that is the beauty of this mto programme!
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Anything is possible - that is the beauty of this mto programme!

That's fantastic. I'll dream of a makeup tonight. Just leaving work after a 14 hour day. Those boots won't pay for themselves, unfortunately!
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AFPOS, Is the Blake a possible make-up?
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AFPOS, Is the Blake a possible make-up?

Yes - definitely a possibility. Would look stunning in Burnished Oak!
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