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Thanks! Dainite on the Galway. I guess double since I didn't specify anything specific. And the tan/caramel R1 on the Winford

Both are awesome make ups and shows the versatility and creativeness that can be accomplished by going the MTO route. Well done!
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Very nice both are awesome & congrates.
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That's true for all antiqued Edward Green shoes and boots as far as I am aware, because black is what they use.

I think you're right. A better way to say what I meant is that black would match the final color of the toe. On lighter leathers the black antiquing yields a darker version of the leather color. On a dark color like nightshade, it's looks like straight black.
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Those suede Dover are very nice

Thanks.
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Just incredible.  Couldn't have imagined those Galways would look so great.  You're killing it with these makeups and those kudu Thorpes.

 

 

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Just incredible.  Couldn't have imagined those Galways would look so great.  You're killing it with these makeups and those kudu Thorpes.


Agree, and those Kudu Thorpes are simply amazing!!

 

Thanks guys! much appreciated

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Both are awesome make ups and shows the versatility and creativeness that can be accomplished by going the MTO route. Well done!

I totally agree. Its such an awesome process and I love having the ability to create little unique tweaks that really set them apart. thanks to you and your team for facilitating such a program, its no easy task...

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Very nice ironist & congrats biggrin.gif
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Thanks guys! much appreciated

I totally agree. Its such an awesome process and I love having the ability to create little unique tweaks that really set them apart. thanks to you and your team for facilitating such a program, its no easy task...

Well said, they do indeed do a marvelous job!!!:slayer:

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Excellent, especially Luv that top one.

 

Congrats.

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^Agreed, I have narrow feet so I generally have to go the MTO route so I appreciate any company that helps make it easy for me. As well as being able to post make-up ideas on here so I can get opinions on whether my plan is awesome or ridiculous.

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Great look boots!

 

Congrats!

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@rydenfan love those suede derbies. Details?
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@rydenfan love those suede derbies. Details?


thanks!

 

They are the Winford which is an unlined model

202 last

flannel suede

natural edge trim

tan/caramel rubber R1 sole

 

I believe the suede will be slightly more grey in person 

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Thanks. Please post real life pics. I've been thinking about something in a pure grey, maybe olney since I love my new mercer. But this looks great.
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Gentlemen,

 

Fit check:

 

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How do they look?

 

Thanks.

 

(They feel incredible by the way)

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