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thank you, though i was looking for birdseye views

Found some top down shots

You could email SC too, Mr Car replies pretty quickly..
post #137 of 159
A couple of new arrivals on the Classic Last.

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post #138 of 159
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Originally Posted by tchoy View Post

A couple of new arrivals on the Classic Last.

congrats. enjoy them
post #139 of 159
Lovely.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Lovely.

+1, both beautiful
post #141 of 159

Can anyone comment on the "sleekness" of the Saint Crispin's classic last (e.g., compared to the JL 7000, DG70, or EG 82 lasts--which are all fairly sleek)?  Or better yet, post a side-by-side (if it isn't too onerous a request)?

 

Thanks in advance!

post #142 of 159
I happen to have on a classic lasted SC today. I also have JL 7000 (city III) and EG 82 (Malvern), and find the SC contours much more to my foot everywhere, but especially in the waist and arch area which makes for a great fit and silouette. The SC classic is probably the best fitting last in my closet. If I had to compare to the 2 you mention (I don't own ant GGs), it is closer to the EG 82 because of the toe shape, but really not that close.

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and another pic from a couple weeks ago:

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post #143 of 159
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Originally Posted by CrackedCrab View Post

I happen to have on a classic lasted SC today. I also have JL 7000 (city III) and EG 82 (Malvern), and find the SC contours much more to my foot everywhere, but especially in the waist and arch area which makes for a great fit and silouette. The SC classic is probably the best fitting last in my closet. If I had to compare to the 2 you mention (I don't own ant GGs), it is closer to the EG 82 because of the toe shape, but really not that close.
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and another pic from a couple weeks ago:
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Awesome!! Thanks for the information and the pics (really nice shoes, btw).  

post #144 of 159
Thinking about these - any thoughts?






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post #145 of 159
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Originally Posted by tchoy View Post

A couple of new arrivals on the Classic Last.
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looks great
post #146 of 159
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Thinking about these - any thoughts?



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avoid.
post #147 of 159
at all costs?
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at all costs?
yes.
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yes.

Why?

post #150 of 159
They're starting to grow on me.
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