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Nice! Looking forward to a whole Galway of that smile.gif

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Yes, I've often thought of getting a pair of Galways in a mixture of Calf and Loden suede.

Yea I was looking at that before as well. Chameleon or green Utah with the suede were what I looked at but I leaned more towards the green Utah shaft with green calf upper .
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Received my St. Crispin's MTO a couple of days ago. I went with the single monk on the Riva last in CRU606. Per Gabriel's advice I went with the same size as what I take in Carmina and the fit is pretty good. I'm very pleased with it!

Some quick i-pics:



Try-on:

I love it on the Riva last because it adds so much to the pattern of this type of single monk.
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@wurger I love Lazy Man's Oxfords! I have the same style but on 74945 myself. Wear in good health!
Patrik,

Is there a EB model of the lazy man's oxford without the faux laces?
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Patrik,

Is there a EB model of the lazy man's oxford without the faux laces?
That look would be Preety sweet also.
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Patrik,

Is there a EB model of the lazy man's oxford without the faux laces?

I have not seen one. But you could just ask for that style without the lacing.
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Yea I was looking at that before as well. Chameleon or green Utah with the suede were what I looked at but I leaned more towards the green Utah shaft with green calf upper .


Now that I have the Malvern I maybe a little less likely to do that, but we'll just have to see.

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Now that I have the Malvern I maybe a little less likely to do that, but we'll just have to see.

I meant all loden! I have an all loden on 64 last with medium brown edge trim and contrast stitching on order wink.gif
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I meant all loden! I have an all loden on 64 last with medium brown edge trim and contrast stitching on order wink.gif

Sounds extremely interesting, can't wait to see your pics.

When did you order them?
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Early Feb
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Thread Starter 
A note to our clients within the European Union: we now offer free shipping for any order over 3000 SEK (about €320).

...and no jokes about if it includes Greece please. smile.gif
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lawls

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I'd say pretty casual. About like a longwing.

 

 

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+ 1 very casual

 

 

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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

I disagree. I think it is dependent on last, style, etc. even within one maker there can be differences. For instance an Alden NST can be casual on a wider last with a heavier stitching but this v tip is dressier than an lwb to me

 

 

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I agree with @rydenfan, it depends on a number of factors. I have a pair of hand sewn split toes in a corrected grain and while they are more casual than an oxford, because they are on a sleek last they dress up well with a suit—admittedly better than I anticipated.

 

Thanks guys, 

 

I'm finding that all of my shoes are on the dress casual end of the spectrum...even my one SWB is on a reverse welt. I'm still waiting on my 2 EB MTOs which are both on a flat welt, one even being an oxford (my first!)

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I have not seen one. But you could just ask for that style without the lacing.

Would that be considered a major pattern change or subject to the normal 15% MTO fee?
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I hope Leaves doesn't mind me posting here

Carmina Split Toe GMTO in Marron Vegano/ Alcudia Last
http://www.styleforum.net/t/480796/carmina-split-toe-blucher-in-brown-museum-calf/30#post_7990180

We need now just one more to join the GMTO.
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