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Finally a rainy day in SF, broke out the heavy duty boots.

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Finally a rainy day in SF, broke out the heavy duty boots.
Perfect for bad weather. Enjoy!
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Can anyone recommend online retailers in the Eurozone or the UK that stocks the City II in dark brown museum calf?

I found some of these shoes at giuseppebartoli.com and italist.com but I had never heard of these stores before. Do they sell first quality genuine products? Any other stores to consider?

http://www.bespoke-england.co.uk/products/city-ii-in-dark-brown-calf-7000
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Sandon 4800 last

It is dark when I get home so I have to use the flash which doesn't quite "get it right"

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Hi guys! 

 

I recently visited Northampton and managed to pick up a beautiful Philip II in Plum Museum Calf. I've always wanted one of these but found them too expensive and difficult to justify. 

 

I'm posting pictures of my other two pairs as well - the Jodhpur II in Dark Brown Museum and the William II in Parisian Brown Museum so that you may see the differences in colour (I do think the Parisian Brown is actually lighter in real life). 

 

If you guys are interested, I could try to take a shot with all 3 pairs in one picture to make the comparison easier. 

 

Enjoy! 

 

 

 

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I would like to see how have those William monks aged. If you find some time to snap a daylight photo of all 3 of them it would be cool.

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Alright here are the pictures that I promised. I can only take them all indoors unfortunately, but I would say they are a pretty accurate representation of what they look like under the lighting in my apartment anyways. 

 

I took individual pics too so that you can see how some of them have aged. The Philip IIs are of course, new. 

 

Bonus shoe that crept into the pics are the sneakers from JLP called the Levah. I don't know why but I found that they are the most plain simple and beautiful sneakers, thats why I couldn't resist and paid stupid money for them. 

 

Enjoy my Lobb family(: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lovely family photo!

Williams are holding great! Must be those lasted Trees are doing their job right!

I love the proportions of JL sneakers, it's just the price that I could never justify ..

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Very nice collection Mark Lee, thanks for sharing.
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@Mark Lee Jin Yi

 

:slayer: I never knew William II can be so good looking until now.

 

I really love JL's museum calf finish. So delicate. 

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Thanks! I hope the direct comparison would help you guys out with choosing amongst 3 popular shades of museum calf (unfortunately I have run out of funds for the other popular shades like claret/new gold etc etc :p).

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Where did you acquire the williams mark?
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Where did you acquire the williams mark?


Sans the Philip II, all 3 were from the Jermyn Street store. 

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Chambond Bracken Misty Calf. Getting ready for the winter

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Chambond Bracken Misty Calf. Getting ready for the winter

Graet boots.  Congrats!!

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