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post #871 of 881

I love that design. I actually really like the high lacing. This just isn't something you see every day.

post #872 of 881

Really nice :slayer:

post #873 of 881

Would anyone happen to know whether the 300 Euro option of "last adjustment and test shoes" is available when ordering from the "regular" Mecariello line?

 

Or does one have to order from the more expensive, Aurum line to take advantage of the "last adjustment and test shoe" option?

post #874 of 881
that is a
wholecut
seamless
boot
!!

first complete one
i;ve seen online
other than the
veiny cowleg that
@bengal-stripe poasted
a few years back
post #875 of 881
Look at the shape. Other wholecuts (seamless or not) tend to look very blobby. Antonio has really done something amazing.
post #876 of 881
Quote:
Originally Posted by T4phage View Post

first complete one
i;ve seen online
other than the
veiny cowleg

That made me laugh.

post #877 of 881
Just a thought...I don't know the answer...at some point on the top of a boot the pattern must turn upward. If the facings continue to the rear, won't the flex of the foot, while walking, cause the front of the leg to jam into the top of the shoe/boot?
post #878 of 881
Yup, but we figured it out with the test boots.
post #879 of 881
Matrix level of shoemaking. There is no spoon
post #880 of 881
Quote:
Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

Matrix level of shoemaking. There is no seam.
post #881 of 881
Quote:
Originally Posted by cgo View Post

second Aurum shoes inbound



that is a great
looking shoe
simple and
clean
what leather
?
any new pix
?
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