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are they slightly big on you? they look a little loose
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You have a good eye, they are very slightly loose, next time thicker socks.

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You have a good eye, they are very slightly loose, next time thicker socks.
how about smaller size next time? smile.gif

on the sharp eye - dermatologist icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Could be just that one photo, but the right foot looks to be quite asymmetrical. 


yea i see what you mean, but I checked them again just to make sure. Sorry for the tough angle on that picture. 

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Just called.... Can't make em, not even for a special event.  Only Bespoke at the moment.  But they said it might be able to come back in the future depending on how many people want them.  They said you can do a Made to order JL2010 double monks though.

I'd buy me another pair of the 2009's if available. Those are my favorite JL SC's. Screw the 2010's!
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I really want the John Lobb 2004. The Swan Seam is soo elegant! 

BTW, has anyone noticed how soft museum calf is? For some strange reason my JL with museum calf scratch (showing the inner leather) a lot easier than say my Anthony Cleverly, GG, and other shoes in the same tier. 

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Originally Posted by Tony Yang View Post
 

I really want the John Lobb 2004. The Swan Seam is soo elegant! 

BTW, has anyone noticed how soft museum calf is? For some strange reason my JL with museum calf scratch (showing the inner leather) a lot easier than say my Anthony Cleverly, GG, and other shoes in the same tier. 

Museum are very soft and supple.  I don't know for anyone else but all my Museum shoes feel like silk almost.

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I'd buy me another pair of the 2009's if available. Those are my favorite JL SC's. Screw the 2010's!

I will maybe go bespoke route for the same model. :D

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If you want the 2009 and contemplating bespoke, I'd suggest trying Antonio Meccarriello.
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Meccariello will definitely be lower cost!!

The 2009 pattern isn't exactly easy to replicate tho, with the soft wing tip peak and rounded design.
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I prefer the slightly chiselled toe of my AM version but it's personal preference.
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dam John Lobb with all the restrictions. Why don't they just take my money!!!!!:cloud:

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Museum are very soft and supple.  I don't know for anyone else but all my Museum shoes feel like silk almost.

I will maybe go bespoke route for the same model. :D

+1.  The JL pewter MC is extremely soft and supple. I have got another pair of non JL shoes with MC and it is not that supple at all.  Also to mention that is much thinner.

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Guys, can we get this thread back on track and talk about the box again please? rotflmao.gif
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Guys, can we get this thread back on track and talk about the box again please? rotflmao.gif

Sure, here you go.:nodding:

 

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