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post #61 of 1304
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Haferlschuh by Christian Hofstätter, Neukirchen

They just returned from the first fitting adjustments. Christian did a great job.
(I use the old picture).



I'll wear them over the weekend and then we go through the final round.
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post #63 of 1304
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Vass-tastic. Thanks for the contribution.
post #64 of 1304
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Goes around the world

http://depiedencap.leforum.eu/t2214-...ale-sur-SF.htm

Thank you to our friends from France ...

PS: My french is good/bad enough to get some bits and pieces.

PSPS: ... and Kuro who provided the link.
post #65 of 1304
fritzl: your shoes are very good. Some of the best i've seen here. Not too fancy. Real shoes. Not so much a fan of the exotic skin ones.
post #66 of 1304
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Not so much a fan of the exotic skin ones.
The nile-perch hide was a "gift" and I asked Lucian Maftei, if it is possible to make a shoe out of it. It was a challenge and an experiment for both of us. The shoes were finally made by his father, who took the "plunge". To be honest, I am happy with the result and it's perfectly made, but they do not get too much wear. It takes a certain mood to pull it off. The fake snake was just for fun
post #67 of 1304
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A friend of mine sent me this picture from his latest order with Balint.

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just this one shot or any more?
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just this one shot or any more?
+ Both luk-cha and my self are both wanting Heel & side shots
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Your friend has narrow feet!!!!
post #71 of 1304
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+ Both luk-cha and my self are both wanting Heel & side shots

Unfortunately he sent me only this one. He's busy at the moment. But I try my best.

Speed your "sole" requests" are killing me.
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Unfortunately he sent me only this one. He's busy at the moment. But I try my best. Speed your "sole" requests" are killing me.
Sole is not quite sa interesting as side profile & rear HEEL ...
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Unfortunately he sent me only this one. He's busy at the moment. But I try my best.

Speed your "sole" requests" are killing me.

i wanna know if it has a rear seam
post #74 of 1304
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i wanna know if it has a rear seam

Sure, I want a supamodal as GF
post #75 of 1304
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Running Beagle was so kind to put up some examples from Maftei's workshop. Pictures are on the courtesy of RB and Prof. Hansen of Welesley College. Thread
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