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Not to break up the St.C party (reallllly wish I could justify buying a pair), but does anybody have pics of the Carmina fox suede in the wild?
@Steel28
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@Steel28

mine are Polo suede shog[1].gif
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xpost to Gustin

Polo suede goodness

(with a little Gustin Cone Pima Fire denim)

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Those are so kick ass! 

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mine are Polo suede shog[1].gif
Oh dang it! Good point. I have too much CRU on the brain.
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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post

Glad someone said it...I didn't think StC would ever be so affordable.

Me too, thought StC was out of my range. Placed an order yesterday.
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I am debating between Gabriel's own StC makeup, or the GG St James, they're quite similar, but man, the StC just looks classier, and with better finishing!

@GabrielOB are the Vintage Chestnut St James still on track for April delivery?
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Those that are buying StCs what are you buying?
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I am debating between Gabriel's own StC makeup, or the GG St James, they're quite similar, but man, the StC just looks classier, and with better finishing!

@GabrielOB are the Vintage Chestnut St James still on track for April delivery?

We are still waiting for the G&G delivery but we have received confirmation that everything should be ready. If it does not arrive next week, it will most likely be the week after that. 

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Some ideas..



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Originally Posted by ino68 View Post

I am debating between Gabriel's own StC makeup, or the GG St James, they're quite similar, but man, the StC just looks classier, and with better finishing!
 

 

StC come with trees with that helps.

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Only if they believe they have suffered a great enough or a significant enough loss in sales that they deem a correction or change of course is required in order to increase or maintain their profitability or their market share.

St. Crispins currently makes 1200 to 1500 shoes a year. If I remember correctly Edward Green makes about 2500 shoes a month. If my memory and math is correct St Crispins has a bit to go before they would even be noticed by EG and G&G. Its not impossible but they do have their work cut out for them,.

I don't think tht EG would notice much but GG is much smaller in scale and probably would notice. I would love no or at least lower MTO costs for GG!
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The no MTO surcharge has certainly got me considering an MTO split-toe from Saint Crispin instead of the two English brands. I wonder how well they replicate that split toe.
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Mod 633 looks pretty good to me.  I'd probably go for that over the Dover, but that's just based on my preferences and usage.

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Sidebar:
@Leaves
 when did the black shell frankenstitch go into production?
I actually forgot when I placed my order, so I am just curious about the ETA.
I'm not Patrik but I'll bet he has other things on his mind than SF on his weekend in Paris smile.gif
I was told June when I inquired wo weeks ago.
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