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Stan is from the PS range shown here in Union Jack and Floral.







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Originally Posted by socaldodger View Post
Are the boots on the far right Paul Smith? If so what model are they and where can I get them? Any help would be greatly appreciated. TIA [IMG][/IMG]
Don't know if they are or are not but if they are they'd be the Sundance (discontinued) or Corso models
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Not sure about Corsos: neither one of mine has a pull tab at the back.
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Originally Posted by KitAkira View Post
Don't know if they are or are not but if they are they'd be the Sundance (discontinued) or Corso models

They look like Sundance to me; discontinued.
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Another recent acquisition I'd like to share: Stanley in Brown Aviator made by Grenson from their Rushden Range. Paul Smith used to make a very similar brogue around 2001/02 called Shannon which had this treatment which is a bit like sandpaper rubbed over the leather. I had a pair of Shannons in cream leather but was unable at the time to get hold of a pair with this style of treatment in my size. PS also released the Shannon later in a pink brushed leather. Anyway, the Stanley is the closest thing I've found to the Shannon and Grenson is worth checking out; they make some great shoes at two different price points: The Rose Collection & Rushden Range. http://www.grenson.co.uk

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correct me if im wrong but cant you order the new boat shoes here:

http://www.rslstore.co.uk/robertfull...p?id=3&menu=3#

Total with delivery to US is 190 GBP which = about $260? much better then $400 we have been seeing.
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My Ricards were pretty banged up after my trip to Europe, so I conditioned and polished them with Lexol and Kiwi last night. This is my only pair of top-quality black shoes, and I could tell the difference afterward - all of the scuffs were gone, while my Cole Haan loafers don't like quite as good after the same treatment.

Anyway, do you guys have any suggestions to improve my polishing routine? Here's what I did:
-Wiped shoes with wet paper towel, then wiped dry with another paper towel
-Applied Lexol using old t-shirt, then wiped with a paper towel
-Applied Kiwi using old t-shirt, then brushed with a horsehair brush
-Applied another coat of Lexol, then brushed with same horsehair brush

I would've tried a water shine afterward, but I didn't have any spare nylon cloth.
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Has Paul Smith ever made a UK 5 , US 5.5/6 , EU 37.5/38?
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No not in mens as far as i know the smallest they do is a 6.
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Originally Posted by XenoX101 View Post
Has Paul Smith ever made a UK 5 , US 5.5/6 , EU 37.5/38?

You could try the Men Only range.

Their the same as the Men's shoes but made in woman's sizes.

http://www.paulsmith.co.uk/paul-smit...roductId=15487

http://www.paulsmith.co.uk/paul-smit...roductId=15476

http://www.paulsmith.co.uk/paul-smit...roductId=15488

Some Black Brogues on eBay. Size 36!

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...m=110365250840
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Originally Posted by XenoX101 View Post
Has Paul Smith ever made a UK 5 , US 5.5/6 , EU 37.5/38?

There's a PS Women's line called "Men Only" which go down to EU36.
On the PS UK website they show tan or black Starrs.
I'd guess that those are identical to the men's except for being smaller.
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And no doubt narrower.
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Thanks guys, I'm a bit worried about the narrowness as I have a 3 7/8" wide foot at the ball. I'll keep checking though to see if any olive/cream/white/suede brown shoe comes in.
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Not sure if I can see any discernable difference in shape between the Smith's Deck Shoe and a regular deck shoe? I had a good look at them at the Floral Street Store and they look like regular deck-shoes but of course made in vibrant colours with some PS trademark detailing that you won't see when worn. For the money I'd go for a pair of Sebagos - failrly sure the quality will be as good if not better than the Smiths. Or wait for the Sale in 3 months time.


I just took the plunge on a pair of the blue boat shoes. They are far and away better quality than sebago. The leather is much nicer and subtle changes about them make them look heaps better. They are also much more comfortable. I own RL mocs and have had sebago in the past. I have received quite a few compliments and only worn them a couple of times. I can post pics if anyone wants..
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