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thoughts on these shoes?

post #1 of 14
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Nice? Not?
post #2 of 14
while I like the thought of an austerity brogue this model seems awfully busy with the spacing of the double lines of stitching.
post #3 of 14
I like austerity wingtips and these are charming. I rather like the double stitching. Details please?
post #4 of 14

not.  too forward but not refined.

post #5 of 14

I don't really like, but I'm not sure why...

post #6 of 14
I like them - I especially like the color.

Chris
post #7 of 14
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Originally Posted by Man Of Lint View Post

Details please?

Barker Geneva
http://www.pediwear.co.uk/barker/products/4417.php

I like 'em.
post #8 of 14
awful
post #9 of 14

I like them.....I like my shoes fairly simple; these shoes go right to the line without going over.  I personally don't like wingtips, but these are beautiful shoes...I think they will age and wear well.....Always, my first consideration is how they fit.....when I first put on a pair of shoes or boots, I have to feel I can  walk all day in them without discomfort....then I usually buy them.  I like the double stitching....they would look incomplete with single stitching. 
 

post #10 of 14

Double line pushes them over the edge to me. As someone mentioned above, an austerity brogue should be, well, austere.

post #11 of 14
It's the clunky proportion that throws it off for me. Although if it rocks for you it's perfectly fine.
post #12 of 14
If you squint a bit, the stiching almost looks like a tribal tattoo.
post #13 of 14
I took another look at them and I happily stand my ground, austere rules be damned. I would agree that the double stitching would be unecessary in a black finish, but in brown, it makes the shoe.
post #14 of 14
Not bad. Not great..
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