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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

In F width!?

Boots due tend to fit looser than shoes, of course I don't know how wide your foot actually is.
post #16922 of 23741
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Originally Posted by andrel42 View Post

Someone asked for the recent Thorpe GMTO pictures? I am in love smile.gif


Fabulous, Congrats!!
post #16923 of 23741
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Originally Posted by Leaves View Post

I'm going to hold on another Rosewood Kudu make up for about a week, hope you don't mind. We also have a lot of interest for single MTOs for this leather so we might not have enough for another run.


So are you just waiting a week to see how many orders you have by then and will then decide if the Walkton will be able to be posted as well? I have been contacted by more people already with interest in that too! 

 

Walkton in Rosewood Kudu / Deep Vintage Cherry GMTO



Specs:
Price: ~ 8800 SEK ex-vat or over? (kudu upcharge?)
Model: Walkton
Color: Rosewood Kudu / Deep Vintage Cherry
Last: MH71 or TG73
Sole: Oak Bark Sole
Lining: Rioja or Cherry

Interested parties:
@mw313 - (narrow width) (MH71 or TG73)
@TtownMD - (E width) (prefer TG73 but fine with MH71)
@Steel28
@Ironist
@JubeiSpiegel

@harki (E width) (prefer MH71 but fine with TG73)

@nickrut (E width on MH71)  (F width on TG73)

@bsmw (E width on MH71 (prefers)) (F width on TG73)

Anyone still have interest on this one, so we can then have two GMTOs for the Rosewood Kudu?



And just to clarify, the kudu would only be at the quarters (where the cherry is in these pictures above) so the cherry would be at the toe (so the medallion would look okay), the facing, and the heel.
Edited by mw313 - 9/5/15 at 7:06am
post #16924 of 23741
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Originally Posted by laufer View Post


I think you guys made great choice by going with isham. I don't understand why there is no love for G&G Woburn model.

For me when it comes to a derby I just find the split toe and especially with it's hand sewn apron to be a more attractive shoe.
post #16925 of 23741
I don't understand why there isn't more love for the Wells. Perfect PTB
post #16926 of 23741
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I don't understand why there isn't more love for the Wells. Perfect PTB

For me the same reason as above once again. The split toe especially with a hand sewn apron is simply a more attractive proposition. It just simply a much smarter casual shoe in my opinion.
post #16927 of 23741
Or another thorpe, would also be a good look.
post #16928 of 23741
Poor ryden he has trying valiantly to get the wells done. I saw a unique eg version cannot recall what the model was tbh. Great looking blucher. I loves me some split toes though
post #16929 of 23741
Is it me or is the split toe extremely popular as of late. I have seen a lot of gmto split toes being offered.
post #16930 of 23741
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Originally Posted by bespoken pa View Post

Or another thorpe, would also be a good look.

With my Thorpe due next week, I thought it better to go with a IshAm which is also something I've been thinking about getting for awhile.
post #16931 of 23741
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Originally Posted by vmss View Post

Is it me or is the split toe extremely popular as of late. I have seen a lot of gmto split toes being offered.

It certainly seems to be, but then again I see nothing wrong with that.


Not sure if this is anything unique, as we've always seen a number of make ups, stocked versions, And GMTOs in the past as well.
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Yes sir join in the loot for G&G @ vmss
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Yes sir join in the loot for G&G @ vmss

Of course nothing wrong with that. It's one of my favorite style. Most of my shoes are split toes for some reason.

My first carmina was a tanned split toe monk.

G&G is a beautiful make though tempting.
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Originally Posted by vmss View Post

Of course nothing wrong with that. It's one of my favorite style. Most of my shoes are split toes for some reason.

My first carmina was a tanned split toe monk.

G&G is a beautiful make though tempting.
Heck yea split toe is very nice I like them also. Also have one in carmine smile.gif
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Originally Posted by vmss View Post

Of course nothing wrong with that. It's one of my favorite style. Most of my shoes are split toes for some reason.

My first carmina was a tanned split toe monk.

G&G is a beautiful make though tempting.

The icing on the cake is that it's in a leather with a unique texture and variation that you won't see that often. Or at least not if you don't frequent SF, but still not many opportunities to get a pair in Kudu.
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