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post #16 of 37
EG Galway, edwardian, 202 last, double leather sole=amazing

They are all sharp but this one, IMO, hands down champ. I can not say why as all the damage in this thread rocks but those are stunning. Perfect coloring I think and, as always, nice damage Mr. Portnoy.
post #17 of 37
The Brooklands looks amazing. Without a doubt it's my favorite boot. Enjoy!
post #18 of 37
Nice to see more boots in this thread. Some nice additions, Andrew.

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Will post an image of the sole later Speed. As for fit, in my experience, the 8000 is similar to the 888 or the C&J 337.

I'm often an outlier on fit, but I size down a full size in the 8000 and a half size in the 888.
post #19 of 37
Sweet boots, Andrew.
post #20 of 37
I keep telling you Portnoy SEEK HELP.
post #21 of 37
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Your shoe collection is simply mind-boggling.

You should put them in a gallery and charge entry fees for viewing. You might even recoup your costs.... now there's a business model!

hmph, I'm still waiting for the youtube video tour.
post #22 of 37
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I keep telling you Portnoy SEEK HELP.

I sincerely appreciate your concern.
post #23 of 37
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I sincerely appreciate your concern.

No straps is a prostration? Guts
post #24 of 37
Your shoe addiction is worrying but provides so much viewing pleasure here. Your rotation must be insane!!
I love the Lobb boots, I think they so elegent and really stand out in a good way which cannot be said for some of Lobb's looks.
post #25 of 37
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Your rotation must be insane!!
I think most of us would enjoy seening your actual rotation after some wear. I have been wondering if you wear shoes by season, weather, afternoon/midday/evening. You certainly have the collection
post #26 of 37
When you buy more shoes than there are days in the week, you must change them at some point mid-day, right? I agree with HF; I'd pay $20 to take a tour of the shoe closet. Love the first pair of JLP boots, especially.
post #27 of 37
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No straps is a prostration? Guts

I'll leave the whipping to you and your posse.
post #28 of 37
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Fairy's don't think in seasons.
"An angel has no memory."
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No straps is a prostration? Guts

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I'll leave the whipping to you and your posse.
Have you been reading Plato's allegory of the cave again?
post #29 of 37
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"An angel has no memory."



Have you been reading Plato's allegory of the cave again?

Reading and Reading, and again Reading and Reading ...
post #30 of 37
Aportnoy, you simply must give us (at least one) group shot of all these incredible shoes. I am quite curious how you store/display your collection.

dl
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