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post #6061 of 16755
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Originally Posted by europrep View Post

Stitch, that shoulder slope and fit looks great.  You need some toe protectors on those shoes 

+1

steel taps
http://vimeo.com/18063129

or rubber taps
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post #6062 of 16755
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

davening hat, but also worn to jewish occasions in general. was on the way to a banquet for my shul (synagogue).

That's a sharp banquet look. I'd probably rather see most people in this look than in most of the tuxedos you see (waiting for someone other than Greg's Formosa tux fit pic... smile.gif Black and grey (even POW), very classy.
post #6063 of 16755
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

stalked el supremo for deets
very international fit too
-Italy - formosa
-Japan - kama
-Spain - carmina
-Usa - panta

lolz. i am a man of international threads.
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Originally Posted by europrep View Post

Stitch, that shoulder slope and fit looks great.  You need some toe protectors on those shoes 

thanks, ep. i need then on probably all my shoes, but i am a lazy fool.
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

That's a sharp banquet look. I'd probably rather see most people in this look than in most of the tuxedos you see (waiting for someone other than Greg's Formosa tux fit pic... smile.gif Black and grey (even POW), very classy.

thank you, frank. i was going for some class. this was not a tuxedo event in the slightest though, more of an informal banquet. had i donned a tux, id have been the only one. as it was i was more formally dressed than most. it was a really fun event.

and now, thanks to you, i can think, even if it was more formal, i would have still been in the right. thanks!
post #6064 of 16755
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+1

steel taps
http://vimeo.com/18063129
 

 

Where can I order steel taps? My cobbler has never been able to get these for me. (why???)

post #6065 of 16755
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Where can I order steel taps? My cobbler has never been able to get these for me. (why???)

dunno, ive always gone for the full topy
post #6066 of 16755

Don't care for that at all, it's the shoe equivalent of covering your sofa in plastic.

I guess I'll just keep wearing through my shoes and having them resoled. :)

post #6067 of 16755
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Don't care for that at all, it's the shoe equivalent of covering your sofa in plastic.
I guess I'll just keep wearing through my shoes and having them resoled. smile.gif

I have all but three of my leather shoes Topy'd.

I like not having to worry about the rain or snow. Also, one of my pet peeves is having little bits of debris and pebbles and dust stuck to bottom of my shoes. (Especially prevelant on sidewalks near construction areas)

Dainite is nice too.
post #6068 of 16755
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Where can I order steel taps? My cobbler has never been able to get these for me. (why???)

Meermin sells'em.

If you're in NYC, B. Nelson also has them.
post #6069 of 16755
iirc, you can usually buy tips and taps at rite aid and CVS.
post #6070 of 16755
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Originally Posted by Grammaton Cleric View Post


Meermin sells'em.

If you're in NYC, B. Nelson also has them.

 

Cheers!

post #6071 of 16755

Can someone explain the 'tailoring credit' for instance on the Cantarelli SC it says $100 tailoring credit .. ? Thanks in advance.

post #6072 of 16755
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Originally Posted by suaviter View Post

Can someone explain the 'tailoring credit' for instance on the Cantarelli SC it says $100 tailoring credit .. ? Thanks in advance.

I think it's some kind of a psychological discount. Shows up in your cart at checkout to give you added satisfaction
post #6073 of 16755
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Originally Posted by suaviter View Post

Can someone explain the 'tailoring credit' for instance on the Cantarelli SC it says $100 tailoring credit .. ? Thanks in advance.

Just means you get $100 deducted from the price at checkout. Put it in your cart and go to checkout (you won't have to buy it yet) and you'll see what I mean. It's to help defray the cost of any alterations you'll have to get your tailor to perform.
post #6074 of 16755
Is that a white shirt, IS? Anyone know?
post #6075 of 16755
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

(I can do this and play with the meme at the same time.)


Edit: This is not to say that they weren't cool un tapered. I just have rather small feet and felt like they were getting swallowed. They are a regular cut jawnz. When I had them tapered it was not down to the size of my Borelli jeans - those things are slim - but something that better accentuated my leg.

Less tapered jawnz, er, jeanz, call for boots IMO, that's why I got the regular cut, and not the slim (12 oz). Have plenty of slimmer jeans, so its nice to have a pair a little more relaxed, which to my eye looks better w/ boots. For the record I have small feet too, and a whole lotta boots.
Edited by AJL - 3/10/14 at 2:55pm
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