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Ralph Lauren Marlow cordovan wintip by C&J

 

I love my Darltons/Marlows, but this pic gets posted a lot, and I've got to say, it is easily the least representative photo of the last that I've ever seen. Them shoes is bulky IRL. This is like the shoe porn equivalent of the ambiguously-thick-girl-with-big-boobs shot from every social networking site ever.

post #18 of 69
C&J Weymouths should be up there. Totally agree with RLPL Mackays nomination.
post #19 of 69
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Make and model? puzzled.gif Are those the CJ RL boots? Not giving us much info to go off of...
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Make and model? puzzled.gif Are those the CJ RL boots? Not giving us much info to go off of...

Yep, those are the C&J  Cordovan Lindricks for RL.

 

You can tell by the tell tale sign of the brogue on the side of the boot.

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You win the thread, sir.
post #22 of 69
Too bad this according to SF, but the Gucci horsebit loafer deserves to be mentioned......I love wearing mine.
post #23 of 69
Have country boots replaced Balmoral boots in iGent affections?

A few years ago you could guarantee a few Balmorals even the occasional Full Victorian with top hat and tails.
post #24 of 69
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Is that the Dover and the Vass Austerity brogue in the top row (middle two)?

What's that monk in the bottom row? Reminds me of the John Lobb Jermyn,

Jermyn might be John Lobb's "signature shoe." Especially in "Museum Calf"

Those are all EGs. So, yes the Dover and the austerity brogue is the Bealieu.

The monk is the RLPL Grant
post #25 of 69
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Not my cup of tea, but there's a large contingent here that goes apeshit for Corthay Arca
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The Arca is my favorite shoe on the planet, so I suppose count me in this group.
post #26 of 69
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I was thinking about this just now. The shoes that have captured the SF community's imagination over the years.

The first one that popped into my head was the Edward Green Dover.

Leffot calls it EG's "signature shoe."

Here's Another Leffot post favoring the Dover over Alden Norwegian Split Toe.

The Dover is on aportnoy's top 5 list.

 

 

 

post #27 of 69
JM Weston 180s ... not too much love in the States but I`m sure the gents from the Eurozone must feel for it?



minez when brand new
post #28 of 69
Crockett & Jones Waymouth, I think that was the first shoe I purchased influenced by SF, I still love them.
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Crockett & Jones Waymouth, I think that was the first shoe I purchased influenced by SF, I still love them.


man, that's old school. There was a time on here where you couldn't post if you had not yet bought a pair of Weymouth from Plal.
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Lol, right
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