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I use the tan polish given by Grenson and had not put anything else on the shoes.  It does have an undertone of redness in it but not as red as it seems on the picture.   On a side note: the Felstead (double monk) are a tiny bit more spacious than the Stowe, although they are labeled with the exact same size and width. These Grensons are currently selling at Dunhill for about US$550 to $600, which I think is ridiculous. The StefanoBi monkstrap is the one featured on LVMH's website Naturlaut
post #47 of 70
I remember when you first got those Grenson's. They've really aged wonderfully.
post #48 of 70
The brown Mantellassi is reaching their two-year anniversary, and they are aging pretty well too.  Not a scratch on the leather, and it has become a rich chocolate brown (like one of our final meeting at Maison du Chocolat   ) Wish you were here to see them in person   How are your C&J maturing? Naturlaut
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The brown Mantellassi is reaching their two-year anniversary, and they are aging pretty well too.  Not a scratch on the leather, and it has become a rich chocolate brown (like one of our final meeting at Maison du Chocolat   ) Wish you were here to see them in person   How are your C&J maturing? Naturlaut
Very nicely, perhaps some pics will be forthcoming. But sooner (rather than later, unfortunately) I'm going to have to get them re-soled. Apparently I do entirely too much tromping around the city in them. I'm dreading the separation anxiety that this painful act will engender (I can just send them to C&J in the UK, I assume).
post #50 of 70
these are my favorite shoes i've seen in a LONG time...
post #51 of 70
Great thread.  Great photos.  It makes me want to go out and buy a pair of shoes right now     Keep the terrific photos coming.
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Berluti in new Venice leather collection:
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Frankly, those are the best looking Berluti's I've seen so far. I like them. Most of 'em look too trendy/plastic/flashy to me (based on pictures -- I've never seen any in person to my knowledge).
post #56 of 70
The berluti Venice leather is quite striking. I assume it is real gator, but you called it leather--is it stamped? Is it available on their one-piece shoes? Rob
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All these amazing shoes. I'm sitting here with Bacco Bucci's, starting to feel like a neanderthal. I better log out of this thread before I descend any further down the evolutionary ladder. Ignorance was such bliss...
post #60 of 70
Here I was feeling pretty good in recent years having evolved to Allen Edmonds and recently ventured out, someone successfully in terms of fitting, to Gravati. Dang. Where do you guys find these shoes? Without the internet I'd still be wearing the plastic Bostonian shoes and complaining about it because I couldn't afford anything else. At least now with eBay Allen Edmonds becomes somewhat more affordable.
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