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I think you're on to something, mate. smile.gif

That Galway colorway tho. Superb!
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@mw313

Nice Alderly! Looks like 82 last, am I right?

Gents,

I've noticed on some pics of well worn Rosewood CC boots that the leather appears to smoothen out with wear. I think it was NAMOR's Rosewood CC Galways on 64 last; although I'm certain those have seen a ton of wear.

Love seeing Rosewood or Mahogany CC on the Alderly. Pure sex.

Actually 202 last but mine are on the extra narrow UK "B" last. Haha
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Long waited Button Boots Have Landed & Should be coming home soon. Pictures to follow up in Wild icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Can't wait
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Thx for great service!

 

Super happy!

 

Enzo Bonafè bal boots. 946 last. Vitello blue.

 

 

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Awesome.  Love me some blue boots.

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Potentially crazy thought: any interest in a calf button boot with a linen shaft?

I know boots are usually viewed as a fall/winter shoe, but something about that combo seems mighty interesting in my mind.

Note: I have no idea if this is even a viable makeup.

absolutely not crazy at all.

 

in a way, almost wish i never read your post :crackup:

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Thx for great service!

 

Super happy!

 

Enzo Bonafè bal boots. 946 last. Vitello blue.


 

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Whoa, the Vitello blue looks fantastic.  Now I am almost second guessing my choice of Betis Blue for the MTO I am awaiting....

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Odd Stock - we just added a few items, first come first serve. http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/odd-stock
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Odd Stock - we just added a few items, first come first serve. http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/odd-stock

Hey @justinkapur this on is your size http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/odd-stock/products/edward-green-alderley
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Odd Stock - we just added a few items, first come first serve. http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/collections/odd-stock

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Wow, an EG Alderley reduced in an odd lot discount sale... What's the world coming to?
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Wow, an EG Alderley reduced in an odd lot discount sale... What's the world coming to?

 

Those shouldn't last an hour.  If I could remotely justify them they would be gone.

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Carmina Frankenstitch jumper boots in Burgundy CXL.  I have long been of the opinion that the Oscar-lasted Carmina Jumper is one of THE best values in a casual derby boot on the market.  Like the 82-last Galway, the pattern and last are a perfect union, IMO.  This is my second pair and almost certainly won't be my last.

 

 

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I wear a 9.5 in EG otherwise they would have already been taken.
Same goes for the Cardiff, thats a gorgeous shoe at that price
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Wow I just saw the Carmina braided chelsea! Since spring is just around the corner (or at least by the time Carmina finishes an MTO) can I entice 5 other folks in a tassel loafer in the same braided leather?
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Carmina Frankenstitch jumper boots in Burgundy CXL.  I have long been of the opinion that the Oscar-lasted Carmina Jumper is one of THE best values in a casual derby boot on the market.  Like the 82-last Galway, the pattern and last are a perfect union, IMO.  This is my second pair and almost certainly won't be my last.

 

 

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I would agree, the Oscar last is a great boot last.  As always great shine and photos.  Looks like shell 

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