Originally Posted by lee_44106
eh, the shape may be OK, but that broguing is just not right. It does not quite have the austere simplicity of a captoe, nor does it have the casual nonchalance of a long wingtip. It's an in-between mutant, lacking any distinct identity.
'An in-between mutant lacking any distinct identity' seems unnecessarily pejorative.
I'm sure it wasn't made to deride
since, if consistently applied, you are condemning the styling similarities of the C & J Tavistock or the EG Beaulieu .... and that would never do
Now in terms of quality... the Beaulieu and the Tavistock are out of sight. That is not the point of argument here.