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The color and texture of the Kudu leather together with the fact that this was combined with such a great shoe to begin with (St James II) makes these shoes most definitely worth the wait. Kudus once again goes out to @Leaves and his crew for the work behind making this available thru G&G and delivering the goods in such a classy manner. Looking forward to the next one.




Amazing
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Amazing

Thank you sir.
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I want to thank Patrik and Skoak for working with me on my first Saint Crispin's MTO.

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Originally Posted by dddrees View Post

Cross post from G&G

The color and texture of the Kudu leather together with the fact that this was combined with such a great shoe to begin with (St James II) makes these shoes most definitely worth the wait. Kudus once again goes out to @Leaves and his crew for the work behind making this available thru G&G and delivering the goods in such a classy manner. Looking forward to the next one.
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Fine as wine, gents.
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Fine as wine, gents.

Thank you sir.
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I want to thank Patrik and Skoak for working with me on my first Saint Crispin's MTO.

Mod403 in RUS075


Splendid boots; well done and enjoy !

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Fresh from Sweden followed by my cobbler smile.gif

Gorgeous. Wear in good health, Sir! cheers.gif
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I expect I'll be off the forum for the next lttle while, but have to give props to triple d and tifosi on those terrific new additions, and to Skoak and Bonafe on these button boots which have seen their first full day of wear last Friday.  Opposing counsel (which happened to be a very stylish female type person) cornered me in the aftermath of a long and contentious meeting to just go on and on about these boots.  I was pretty tickled.

 

And I have to say that peccary may be THE perfect choice for the shaft.  These boots need to be a snug fit, and the peccary is sooooo soft that my high instep feels like it's wrapped in a cloud.  A second pair in brown is all but guaranteed.

 

 

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@ RogerP Yes sir button boot do get lots of attention enjoy them bad boys in good health mine should be coming in also shortly biggrin.gif
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I expect I'll be off the forum for the next lttle while, but have to give props to triple d and tifosi on those terrific new additions, and to Skoak and Bonafe on these button boots which have seen their first full day of wear last Friday.  Opposing counsel (which happened to be a very stylish female type person) cornered me in the aftermath of a long and contentious meeting to just go on and on about these boots.  I was pretty tickled.

And I have to say that peccary may be THE perfect choice for the shaft.  These boots need to be a snug fit, and the peccary is sooooo soft that my high instep feels like it's wrapped in a cloud.  A second pair in brown is all but guaranteed.


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Buttons gmto!
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Classy bunch
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I would be in if its different color make up amigo biggrin.gif
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I expect I'll be off the forum for the next lttle while, but have to give props to triple d and tifosi on those terrific new additions, and to Skoak and Bonafe on these button boots which have seen their first full day of wear last Friday.  Opposing counsel (which happened to be a very stylish female type person) cornered me in the aftermath of a long and contentious meeting to just go on and on about these boots.  I was pretty tickled.

And I have to say that peccary may be THE perfect choice for the shaft.  These boots need to be a snug fit, and the peccary is sooooo soft that my high instep feels like it's wrapped in a cloud.  A second pair in brown is all but guaranteed.


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Excellent choice Roger, Congrats!!

Thank you sir.

I have no idea how we're going to make it with out you, hurry back cause we're going to miss your posts greatly in the meantime.

Cheers,

Dan
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Hey Erm,
Guys, the peccary shaft button boots look very good.
Are any of you guys up for a gmto?
Roger, what are some of your ideas for the brown pair?
I'm in.
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I would be in if its different color make up amigo biggrin.gif

What are some of your ideas my friend?
Let's do this, make this shit happen.
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What are some of your ideas my friend?
Let's do this, make this shit happen.

I am open to any other options & color & style accept black peccary button boots above did a gmto while ago & now waiting & some thing different than my stcrispin button boots below.

So any thing else or combo you like I am game !!!
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