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Crosspost from the shoe porn thread: Latest acquisition: a pair of seamless wholecuts from Austrian bespoke maker Maftei. Very pleased with the shoes. On my blog you'll find a substantial buyer's guide to Maftei, lots of info and with more pictures, among others from the production of these shoes. Use the translation tool in the sidebar to make it understandable.

 

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Amazing shoes J. What do you call the color?
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Originally Posted by j ingevaldsson View Post

This thread needs an update...

Crosspost from the shoe porn thread: Latest acquisition: a pair of seamless wholecuts from Austrian bespoke maker Maftei. Very pleased with the shoes. On  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
my blog you'll find a substantial buyer's guide to Maftei, lots of info and with more pictures, among others from the production of these shoes. Use the translation tool in the sidebar to make it understandable.

The shoes:

















  MANY MORE PICTURES HERE! (Click to show)










































































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Simply stunning. Real artistry and craftsmanship. Beautiful!
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Originally Posted by sd2002 View Post

Amazing shoes J. What do you call the color?

 

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Originally Posted by BeSpiffington View Post

Simply stunning. Real artistry and craftsmanship. Beautiful!

 

Thank you both! Don't know what you call the color, I had two different Maftei shoes, one dark brown and one lighter brown, that I showed to them and told them how I wanted the toe and heel lighter. Turned out exactly as I had hoped.


Edited by j ingevaldsson - 8/8/14 at 11:44am
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Edited by j ingevaldsson - 8/8/14 at 7:40pm
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Gee. Nice guy. :uhoh:

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Um, what's going on here?
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I think Fritzl thinks Mr. Shoegazer is shilling for Maftei & the trunk show he is involved with. Now Butthurt, Mr. Shoegazer brings it to the attention of the forum in a Robinsonesque redux rather than dealing with it quietly.
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This is stunning.
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Re-invigorating this nice thread: a MTM austerity oxford in orange-brown Italian buffalo leather with round but chiseled toe, natural welt with white stitching, dark purple lining, flush steel toe guards and single oak bark leather soles with beveled waist.

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Originally Posted by j ingevaldsson View Post
 

This thread needs an update...

 

Crosspost from the shoe porn thread: Latest acquisition: a pair of seamless wholecuts from Austrian bespoke maker Maftei. Very pleased with the shoes. On my blog you'll find a substantial buyer's guide to Maftei, lots of info and with more pictures, among others from the production of these shoes. Use the translation tool in the sidebar to make it understandable.

 

The shoes:

 

 

MANY MORE PICTURES HERE! (Click to show)

 

 

.

 

The shoes are superb, as is the photography.

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The shoes are superb, as is the photography.

Thank you Roger!
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The shoes look very elegant. I like the shape of the toe box. It is elongated and maintains a height that I find pleasing. Beautiful.
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The shoes look very elegant. I like the shape of the toe box. It is elongated and maintains a height that I find pleasing. Beautiful.

Big thanks!
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Buday
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