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post #796 of 1240
Hmmm, that blue Wedgwood with a tweed upper could be a nice StC stand-in....

post #797 of 1240
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Originally Posted by WhereNext View Post

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.......

yup, it is. I have enough to make about 3 more pairs
post #798 of 1240
At some point, will you be offering last customization? I'm looking for a lower instep.
post #799 of 1240
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Originally Posted by Trqmaster View Post

At some point, will you be offering last customization? I'm looking for a lower instep.

Sorry my friend but unfortunately not. That is too logistically complicated for me and the factory I use. I would have to travel there on a monthly (or more) basis to stay on top of things to do that.
Edited by The Shoe Snob - 2/25/16 at 3:48am
post #800 of 1240
My take on the Jodhpur Boot. Coming RTW this A/W, available for MTO now.

http://blog.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/2016/02/my-take-on-the-jodhpur-boot/


post #801 of 1240

Splendid idea Justin ! Congrats !

It's on my "want" list 👏🏻👍🏻

post #802 of 1240
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Originally Posted by The Shoe Snob View Post

My take on the Jodhpur Boot. Coming RTW this A/W, available for MTO now.

http://blog.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/2016/02/my-take-on-the-jodhpur-boot/


 

Whoa!  Very Streetwear..  I like it, and it shows the range of your creativity!  

 

 

May I suggest Black Scotch Grain?    

post #803 of 1240
Thanks for the kind words.

Historically Black grain has not sold well for us so therefore I would not want to try it unfortunately. But MTO is always on the table.
post #804 of 1240
For those of you who like beechwood shoe trees we just put ours on sale as we are flushing them out to make room for our new ones.

https://www.theshoesnob.com/collections/shoe-care/products/beechwood-shoe-trees
post #805 of 1240
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Originally Posted by The Shoe Snob View Post

Thanks for the kind words.

Historically Black grain has not sold well for us so therefore I would not want to try it unfortunately. But MTO is always on the table.

 

I can appreciate that.  What leathers are you considering?   Do you find the buckles causing a "catching" issue with narrow hem trousers?  

And thank you for putting it on Dainite or similar, or at least I'm hoping.

post #806 of 1240
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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post

I can appreciate that.  What leathers are you considering?   Do you find the buckles causing a "catching" issue with narrow hem trousers?  
And thank you for putting it on Dainite or similar, or at least I'm hoping.

to be honest, I have not truly thought about it. I might do burgundy as shown and maybe a dark brown. Black doesn't really sell well for me outside of my very very classic dress shoes. Every time i do something slightly different in black (weather it in calf/grain/suede) it doesn't perform as much as I had hoped for which has kind of left a bad taste in my mouth. I think people come to my brand for the different things and if they want black they buy some English brand or Carmina or something.

As per the buckles well I have yet to make myself a pair but I will do soon so can answer that better after I have worn them.
post #807 of 1240
Some samples/models you may or may not have seen:













post #808 of 1240

Some real winners there.  The black bal boot and single monk, in particular.

post #809 of 1240
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post

Some real winners there.  The black bal boot and single monk, in particular.

Thanks Roger, I appreciate it!

The monks actually have two straps though :-)
post #810 of 1240
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These have two straps?
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