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Will do
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Will do

You've prob seen this, but 7x7 does a "must eat" list every year

http://www.7x7.com/the-big-eat-2016-100-things-to-eat-in-san-francisco-before-you-die-1787312188.html

I feel like there are so many delivery services now in the city, there must a place that will deliver you good food in whatever short time you have to eat lunch. That way, you and the Steed guys don't have to be limited to whatever's close to the hotel.
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What to eat.. What to eat.. Need to sit down and plan my dinner itinerary out comprehensively

for Ramen in SF -- http://mensho.tokyo/

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I shall dine like a King. A King I say!
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Looking forward to these. The other pairs I had made by Cleverley looked nice, but these really mirror the original.
Edited by jerrybrowne - 8/25/16 at 5:49pm
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The John Lobb Lopez is strong with this one...
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The John Lobb Lopez is strong with this one...

wink.gif One of my favorite loafer styles.....
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wink.gif One of my favorite loafer styles.....

Those look great. Do you know what leather is that?
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Those look great. Do you know what leather is that?

Nicholas says its an old Freudenberg. The swatch he sent was great- if you are interested would secure what's left if possible.....
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Nicholas says its an old Freudenberg. The swatch he sent was great- if you are interested would secure what's left if possible.....

Thanks, JB. That leather looks really good (also the loafer model). Thinking about getting another pair of NSTs and was originally going for a more tan color, but now I'm wondering if I should opt for something closer to your loafers.
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Nicholas says its an old Freudenberg.

Here are my forthcoming Nicholas Templeman shoes:




That’s the vintage Freudenberg leather (the tannery closed down 2001/02) which NT managed to source and from which my uppers were cut:




I strongly presume, these are Jerry’s loafers: the apron stitching (decorative, not joining two pieces) is consistent. Look at the logo and the missing fragments of ‘Germany’. This is obviously the same hide as the one in the previous picture:




I have the suspicion, soon Jerry and yours truly will be hitting the pavement on either side of the big pond, shod in the hide of the very same animal.

How is that for a coincident?
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Nicholas,

Beautiful! Outstanding!

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Bengal, I trust you have a walk-in closet for your shuu collection already?
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Bengal, I trust you have a walk-in closet for your shuu collection already?

Not yet! - I'd rather preferred a fine cabinet with glass doors like Adolphe Menjou.


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Spectacular!
You are really a great professional and a great master craftsman.
Manuel.
Edited by Manuel - 9/9/16 at 12:07am
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