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I've decided we need another Ucap GMTO. Who would be interested?
I am interested since the originals turned out amazing (wish we could get the cordovan again). But, I would really only be interested in something pretty mainstream.
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I am interested since the originals turned out amazing (wish we could get the cordovan again). But, I would really only be interested in something pretty mainstream.

How about Tobacco Suede, the reddish version we first stocked?
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How about Tobacco Suede, the reddish version we first stocked?

Well it's not blue. ;-) But it sounds like a nice idea in its own right.
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The original tobacco is back?
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How about Tobacco Suede, the reddish version we first stocked?

Are there pictures up on your site of this suede? I admit that I was thinking calf but I am open to consider other options.
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I'm open to any ideas on the makeup. I loved the originals from pics
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Any boot or shoe. 890 last for sure but, remember only standard MTO program so no last changes except those specified by Edward Green as standard lasts for that style.
Thanks for the clarification. Should be good!
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Tobacco suede U-wing....:lurk:

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G&G's KN14 last (as pictured in terrorsquad's post), for dressier loafers, is probably the best last on the market. nod[1].gif
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Simpson last too
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G&G's KN14 last (as pictured in terrorsquad's post), for dressier loafers, is probably the best last on the market. nod[1].gif

 

We should probably do an Antibes GMTO in honor of the KN14 last.  It only makes sense.  

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x-post from Carmina thread.  A couple quick pics at the office:

 

 

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I've decided we need another Ucap GMTO. Who would be interested?

Me!  Me!  Me!

:thumbs-up:

 

Edit:  I am only interested in a boot u-cap.  Willing to consider brogue or austerity, calf or suede.


Edited by MRMstl - 12/10/14 at 11:58am
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Looks like we have quite a few interested in the Uwing boot.  Someone want to throw out a makeup?  I'm probably leaning towards a brown color as opposed to blue, maybe a museum brown or something?  Happy to discuss options. 

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Looks like we have quite a few interested in the Uwing boot.  Someone want to throw out a makeup?  I'm probably leaning towards a brown color as opposed to blue, maybe a museum brown or something?  Happy to discuss options. 

Dig the museum brown straight tip oxford that Skoak has, but I think a lighter museum shade would complement the lines if an austerity brogue really well.

Here's a Saint Crispin's austerity boot in a lighter brown. If there was a museum version, I'd be in:

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