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post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by untouchable123 View Post

Most whole cuts look great when they are un-worn. once they are creased they look a lot different.

I personally like wholecuts and think that they work if fit properly. Below is a pic of my C&J Weymouths with moderate amount of wear. I think the quality of the uppers make a significant difference.
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Wholecuts are not for everyone but it is a nice change of pace... a museum wholecut would be excellent!
post #17 of 18

True, I have some black C&J tetbury and only close up you can see the creasing so leather quality does come into it, and I think because the leather is not that shiny helps it a little. I can't even think how bad my bottom of the line Loake's would look as a wholecut!     

post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by DpprDr View Post


I personally like wholecuts and think that they work if fit properly. Below is a pic of my C&J Weymouths with moderate amount of wear. I think the quality of the uppers make a significant difference.
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Wholecuts are not for everyone but it is a nice change of pace... a museum wholecut would be excellent!

 

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