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What about the Rohit boot? :) 

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Something a bit more normal... the Holman

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Some new MTO's that just came in:

Ballard in Sand, Olive and Loden Suede:








Northgate in Tan calf/tan grain:




Fauntleroy in Cedar Calf/Sand Suede minus cap stitching (my favorite!!):





Windermere in Navy Scotch Grain on a double leather sole:






For those of you that have not noticed, we do have an MTO program that allows you to take any model we have ever made (even as a sample, if we have shown it on social media it is fair game) and make what you want out of it. We are actually in the process of revamping the MTO page to show you more of what we are capable of and with all models ever made.

http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/pages/mto-program
post #784 of 1240
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Originally Posted by The Shoe Snob View Post

Two older samples, based off of the Wedgwood pattern, that I made which are available for MTO/GMTO

Tan boot: Meadowbrook

Black boot with brogueing: Jimmy

All boots going forward will have 4 speedhooks unless otherwise specified

Enjoy!


 

 

I like this a lot.  Can you provide other shots? It looks darker grain than the tan in the MTO and I can't tell if that is smooth or grain on the toe.  Thanks JFP

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Originally Posted by europrep View Post

I like this a lot.  Can you provide other shots? It looks darker grain than the tan in the MTO and I can't tell if that is smooth or grain on the toe.  Thanks JFP

here you go. The grain looks darker as the factory used the brush wheel a bit too much when coloring it and then I added to it. But it is the tan grain. The toe/heel counter/facing piece are all Maple Calf. The image with the computer in the background showing the outside of the shoe is the most accurate to color.

Let me know if I can help further






post #786 of 1240

Helpful, Thank you.  I'll shoot you a note to discuss.  

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@The Shoe Snob 

 

When changing the currency on your website to USD, will the transaction also be charged accordingly? Thanks!

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Originally Posted by patliean1 View Post

@The Shoe Snob
 

When changing the currency on your website to USD, will the transaction also be charged accordingly? Thanks!

that is just an estimate. We will always charge in British Pounds as that is what our system is set up in as we are British company but this estimate is accurate enough within +/- a couple dollars.
post #789 of 1240

Those Fauntelroys are beautiful. I noticed that 'Cedar' is not among the samples listed in the MTO section on the site. How off-menu can we go for MTOs? :D

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Seconded. I would like to know as well
post #791 of 1240
I ordered museum calf and that wasn't listed on the MTO section. I'll venture a guess that anything you've ever seen on JF shoe (pattern, color, sole, leather, lining, piping, stitching, you name it) is fair game for MTO.
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Originally Posted by Sartorium View Post

Those Fauntelroys are beautiful. I noticed that 'Cedar' is not among the samples listed in the MTO section on the site. How off-menu can we go for MTOs? biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by pine tree View Post

Seconded. I would like to know as well

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Originally Posted by rbhan12 View Post

I ordered museum calf and that wasn't listed on the MTO section. I'll venture a guess that anything you've ever seen on JF shoe (pattern, color, sole, leather, lining, piping, stitching, you name it) is fair game for MTO.

As Rohit said, anything that you have seen me make in samples is fair game. If you have Instagram it is good to follow my account @jfitzpatrickfootwear (or on Facebook as well) as I post most often on there and show everything that I have done.

I have a plethora of leathers available but just not have had the time nor resources to re-shoot all the swatches. I am actually revamping my MTO page to have not only every piece of leather that I have available shown in a swatch picture but also to shoot all of the samples that I have in my collection as well.

If you have an MTO in mind, it is best to just email me to go over all of the options. I am sure that @europrep can vouch for that.

As far as how off-menu we can go, well that is a good question. That really can't be explained but rather if you have a question simply ask me and I can tell you if it can be done or not. What really can't be done is creating a new pattern i.e. a brand new model. But what most don't realize is that by changing small details like the addition or taking away of brogueing or adding a cap or the like can make what appears to be a new shoe but on an existing pattern's base.
Edited by The Shoe Snob - 2/23/16 at 4:47am
post #793 of 1240

Yup, just finished finalizing specs for a grain/suede version of the Meadowbrook.  Very excited...now the wait begins

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Sweet baby J!

Is that green grain available for MTO? That blue calf is looking killer, as well.

If I wasn't earning in rand.......

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