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I can only agree with Leaves ... I have had a Vass derby on order since August 2014 ... seriously?

You seem to be happy with Bonafè though smile.gif Thank you!

What I mean with Vass is that their current business model does not really support a retailer distribution system.
Edited by Leaves - 1/24/15 at 2:20pm
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I agree with you

 

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I have a number of St. C's in my wardrobe, and just took delivery of these Russian leather loafers this past week, and have never had a QC issue with any of their shoes.

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To clarify, that make up is our store stock, not an EG stock line.

Oh; is there/will be a veldt Galway in the EG stock line as well? Sherling lining is a no-go for my climate. 

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@Leaves

Have you seen a Bonafe suede chukka with norgevese stitch?
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Just sent payment for the Bonafe MTO museum calf austerity brogue blucher, whoo!

Interesting, I don't think I've seen an austerity blucher before...
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Interesting, I don't think I've seen an austerity blucher before...

Like this, but sleeker and bracken museum calf.


I have more balmorals and adelaides than I really need in my rotation, but I wanted a austerity brogue and figured a blucher would get a lot more use.
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Really, how so?
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Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post

Like this, but sleeker and bracken museum calf.


I have more balmorals and adelaides than I really need in my rotation, but I wanted a austerity brogue and figured a blucher would get a lot more use.

Nice, can't wait to see pics!
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I cant remember if Leaves has answered this but when will he receive the next shipment of DOAK Dovers?I just tried my size and plan to get a pair.

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We hope to get Dark Oak Dovers within a couple of months. GMTOs are no go.
No problem to remove the medallion.

 

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I cant remember if Leaves has answered this but when will he receive the next shipment of DOAK Dovers?I just tried my size and plan to get a pair.

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Ok, I'm sorry I must be blind or it's too early in the morning. Exactly what is the issue?

 

Did you speak with whomever you ordered the shoes about the issue, and what did they say?

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Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post

Like this, but sleeker and bracken museum calf.


I have more balmorals and adelaides than I really need in my rotation, but I wanted a austerity brogue and figured a blucher would get a lot more use.

Fred,

what a nice choice and thank you for coming up with this idea? What last did you pick?

There is EG model just like this but you do not see many of them. It is called Robertsbridge. It looks great on 82 last but that last is no go for me so I have to explore other lasts and manufacturers.




By the way, when you receive those would you please post some pictures I am really interested what Bracken Museum Calf looks like in the real life.
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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post
 

Ok, I'm sorry I must be blind or it's too early in the morning. Exactly what is the issue?

 

Did you speak with whomever you ordered the shoes about the issue, and what did they say?


The vein on the skin... I can have no complain if it is a Meermin or even Carmina, but it is a fxxking St. Crispins:fu:

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Fred,

what a nice choice and thank you for coming up with this idea? What last did you pick?

There is EG model just like this but you do not see many of them. It is called Robertsbridge. It looks great on 82 last but that last is no go for me so I have to explore other lasts and manufacturers.




By the way, when you receive those would you please post some pictures I am really interested what Bracken Museum Calf looks like in the real life.

All are nice, but I prefer the look of the Vass here.....
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The vein on the skin... I can have no complain if it is a Meermin or even Carmina, but it is a fxxking St. Crispins:fu:

I would not be pleased as well if I paid St Crispin prices. 

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