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post #586 of 995
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I think 19 looks very similar to the regular 99 last of the Ramsey and allows for more width options for SFer (myself included).

The Alex in a dark Cordovan like Cigar or a dark brown calf would be nice (again on a Handgrade last like the 48 which is quite close to the 724 to my eye) .  I'm not sure I could be convinced to go for black unfortunately.

 The keats is also a great looking shoe...

I would say the the 53 is closest to the 724 (square toe)
From my AS shoes, I would say the 48 is closes to the 99

Unfortunately I will pass on cognac shell Alex since I already have a fair amount of brown shell boots.

I would be very interested in Keats in a light tan (similar to the stock Chester) or if possible, a dark grey
post #587 of 995
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Originally Posted by ncdobson View Post

AS only uses 4 colors of shell: burgundy, whiskey, cognac,
Ouch, well the day dreaming was nice while it lasted.  Thanks for the heads up.  
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All right 2nd vote for Ramsey in Navy cordovan

What about Navy calf like they did for the, Milton? 

Navy calf Ramseys for reference. These were from Shoe Healer.
ramsey2.jpg
post #588 of 995
I like the Keats, Henry, and Blake. I know they just did a MTO for Blake but Keats is a good option IMO.
post #589 of 995
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Navy calf Ramseys for reference. These were from Shoe Healer.
ramsey2.jpg

 

Thanks! Those are very blue (and look great) I might be looking for a darker navy if possible.  But overall still like the idea.  

 

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I would say the the 53 is closest to the 724 (square toe)
From my AS shoes, I would say the 48 is closes to the 99
Unfortunately I will pass on cognac shell Alex since I already have a fair amount of brown shell boots.
I would be very interested in Keats in a light tan (similar to the stock Chester) or if possible, a dark grey

 

Thanks for the last comparison information dsm, would you consider the "Hunt Black" an acceptable dark gray? Or are you thinking something lighter?  I could be moved to go for a dark grey as long as it was dark enough.....

 

post #590 of 995
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Thanks for the last comparison information dsm, would you consider the "Hunt Black" an acceptable dark gray? Or are you thinking something lighter?  I could be moved to go for a dark grey as long as it was dark enough.....

I am thinking more of a burnished dark grey which is noticeably different/lighter than black. Maybe darker than my pair of Oundles below:
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I would also be open to have the Keats in a tan/cognac/acorn-ish color.
post #591 of 995
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I would also be open to have the Keats in a tan/cognac/acorn-ish color.

Keats in cognac/acorn would be beaut
post #592 of 995
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Is the Benson still due in mid-December?

Yes - they are well on their way so all things being equal,touch wood we should see these mid Dec - thanks again for your patience!!
post #593 of 995
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Yes - they are well on their way so all things being equal,touch wood we should see these mid Dec - thanks again for your patience!!

On the same theme, with the end of November at hand, is the Miller boot at completion?
post #594 of 995
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With the Miller on the final stretch, another pair is coming in! I have only worn my Whiskey DMs three times since I received them!
post #595 of 995
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On the same theme, with the end of November at hand, is the Miller boot at completion?

Yes - the Miller boots are also very close to completion and as soon as we get all the pairs, we will be contacting you.
post #596 of 995
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With the Miller on the final stretch, another pair is coming in! I have only worn my Whiskey DMs three times since I received them!

Me too. Hopefully will be getting in a G&G Deco sometime next month.

post #597 of 995
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Navy calf Ramseys for reference. These were from Shoe Healer.
ramsey2.jpg

Reminds me of the EG special order in shell that was available last year.
post #598 of 995
Is this a stupid idea for a new MTO. Double monk with a punched captoe? Was thinking saddle/cognac shell. I really need to add a double monk to my wardrobe and thought it would be a good option. Thoughts?? Opinions??
post #599 of 995
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Originally Posted by dsmivtr View Post


I am thinking more of a burnished dark grey which is noticeably different/lighter than black. Maybe darker than my pair of Oundles below:
Untitled
I would also be open to have the Keats in a tan/cognac/acorn-ish color.

I like the idea of a dark grey Keats if others are interested and AS carries it.  

post #600 of 995
Oops. I said the loafers above were made to handgrade standards. That was a mistake. They were made to exclusives standards.
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