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post #1756 of 2021
Where to kop the cordovan wingtip shoes and boots?
post #1757 of 2021
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Where to kop the cordovan wingtip shoes and boots?

I believe most of those styles are only purchased by Japanese buyers.
post #1758 of 2021
Not surprised, they are very pricey. Beautiful shoes though, was able to flip through their offerings for next year (?), amazing cordovan loafers, derbies and oxfords.
post #1759 of 2021
Yuketen does make some nice shoes. As far as price goes you get what you pay for sometimes...
post #1760 of 2021
We're only a week or so away from our next Yuketen delivery.

We'll be receiving a nice size run of the following two styles...

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5 Eye Maine Guide DB in Red Chromexcel.

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Johnson in Brown Chromexcel

Give us a shout, service@woodlandsshop.com if you're interested in more details.

thanks,

- M
post #1761 of 2021

Anyone want to sell their Yuketen Paul in UK8.5/9?

 

Or anyone know where I can buy a pair?

post #1762 of 2021
Does anyone know was style this boot is called?
Image is from the "Trad" section of the official Yuketen website:



I really want a pair of plain toe Yuketen boots, but it seems like all the N.A. stockists only ever carry the moc toe variations frown.gif
post #1763 of 2021
On the fence...




post #1764 of 2021
not as good as the ripple sole wingtips from last season.
post #1765 of 2021

Just noticed the following issue with one of my Yuketen shoes. stitching is still in tact, but I would think it won't hold for much longer. Can I really do anything to fix these shoes? The hole extends inside the outer stitching, near the suede. Damn, and I only got 10 or so wears from this shoe.

 

 


Edited by amathew - 9/24/12 at 3:57pm
post #1766 of 2021
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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

Just noticed the following issue with one of my Yuketen shoes. stitching is still in tact, but I would think it won't hold for much longer. Can I really do anything to fix these shoes? The hole extends inside the outer stitching, near the suede. Damn, and I only got 10 or so wears from this shoe.



DAMN what did you do to get that? Doesn't look like natural wear and tear at all.
post #1767 of 2021
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DAMN what did you do to get that? Doesn't look like natural wear and tear at all.

+1, Yuketens are crazy durable, did it get caught in something?
post #1768 of 2021
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+1, Yuketens are crazy durable, did it get caught in something?

 

 

I rarely wear them, and when I do, it's usually just to work (where I sit in front of a computer). I have no recollection of anything occurring where I could have damaged the shoes in that manner. 


Edited by amathew - 9/26/12 at 2:46am
post #1769 of 2021
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I rarely wear them, and when I do, it's usually just to work (where I sit in front of a computer). I have no recollection of anything occurring where I could have damaged the shoes in that manner. 

 



That might explain it. I always dink my leather shoes by banging them against the table leg, chair etc. Rolling chairs are the worst. The dinks usually occur at odd places as well.

post #1770 of 2021
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That might explain it. I always dink my leather shoes by banging them against the table leg, chair etc. Rolling chairs are the worst. The dinks usually occur at odd places as well.

 

I've never had that issue with any of my shoes.

 

Oh well, you win some and you lose some, it's life I guess...I'll just enjoy them until they fall apart. Hopefully, that will be later than sooner.

 

Thanks to those who chimed in.

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