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post #56956 of 122416
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Originally Posted by ReppTiePrepster View Post

Outstanding LHS, Uncle.  Out of curiosity, have they darkened significantly since you acquired them? Very stylish summertime look!

nephew,
thank you
the whiskey lhs came with a darker color out of the box
the whiskey color can vary from light to dark
I prefer dark color over light color
post #56957 of 122416
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

I bow to no kings

Updated my cordovan circle from earlier, same Aldens but with a little more wear
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 


Colors starting from 12 o'clock clockwise: Carmina Cognac, Alden Ravello, Alden Color 4, Meermin Cuero, Alden Black, Alden Black, Tricker's Cipresso, Carmina Loden, C&J Dark Brown, C&J Dark Brown

 

Very envious of your boot collection, especially the grail Ravello and #4.  Enjoy!

post #56958 of 122416
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

I bow to no kings

Updated my cordovan circle from earlier, same Aldens but with a little more wear Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Colors starting from 12 o'clock clockwise: Carmina Cognac, Alden Ravello, Alden Color 4, Meermin Cuero, Alden Black, Alden Black, Tricker's Cipresso, Carmina Loden, C&J Dark Brown, C&J Dark Brown


nephew,
nice family portrait
post #56959 of 122416

I'm hoping for some input. Going on holiday which is going to involve a lot of walking and standing on my feet.  I mostly wear boots but am thinking I need some comfortable walking shoes.  does anyone have the all-weather walkers with the crepe sole?  Or the welterweight walkers with the rubber sole?  I know they're not very sexy but I'm looking for function over form in this case.  I don't want to wear anything that looks like bowling shoes.

 

I'm also considering the Epaulet trainers that they just put up.  Not crazy about any of the colors except the navy.  The cognac and grey look a little too much like old men shoes.  No offense intended to those who may like them.  Just me.

 

I guess I could just wear my AE Long Branch boots but I'm not sure if they'd hold up well for all-day walking, etc.

post #56960 of 122416
I was brushing my Aldens and wasn't paying attention and I hit the shoe with the wooden part of the brush leaving a nice scuff. TWICE!!

how can I get out the scuffs?
post #56961 of 122416
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Originally Posted by BeSpiffington View Post

My beloved Footjoy Classic Dry-Premiers in need of some Mac love after yesterday's round. Where the heck am I going to get them re-soled since Footjoy closed their Massachusetts factory years ago?

These guys are near the old factory and, I believe, have the leftover original parts. Otherwise, you should be able to find a good cobbler who can do golf soles.

http://www.footjoy.com/customerservice/repairshop.asp
post #56962 of 122416
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Originally Posted by poena View Post

I was brushing my Aldens and wasn't paying attention and I hit the shoe with the wooden part of the brush leaving a nice scuff. TWICE!!

how can I get out the scuffs?

It happens. If shell, brush the scuff out. If calf, polish it out.
post #56963 of 122416
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Originally Posted by ReppTiePrepster View Post


It was a damn shame the Footjoy Factory had to close down; yet another great American shoemaker forced to close down/move abroad.

Best golf shoe ever...   Foot Joy Dry Premiere Classics -  white plain toe pebble grain, Goodyear Welt, brown welt and edge, leather sole. (+ my favorite blade. Titleist 712 MB)


Sorry for straying from the thread, but I had to show these very difficult to find classics (pun intended).
Yep ... Those are the bomb golf shoe if u can find them. I stocked up when they we being phased out for the cheap version they sell today. Plastic golf shoes now at FJ .. Damn shame
post #56964 of 122416
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

I bow to no kings

Updated my cordovan circle from earlier, same Aldens but with a little more wear

Colors starting from 12 o'clock clockwise: Carmina Cognac, Alden Ravello, Alden Color 4, Meermin Cuero, Alden Black, Alden Black, Tricker's Cipresso, Carmina Loden, C&J Dark Brown, C&J Dark Brown
Great set up you got there Steven. Nicely done.
post #56965 of 122416
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Originally Posted by chipshot View Post


Yep ... Those are the bomb golf shoe if u can find them. I stocked up when they we being phased out for the cheap version they sell today. Plastic golf shoes now at FJ .. Damn shame

 

Allen Edmonds and Paraboot both make fine golf shoes. I am a little young to have known footjoy before it was bought, but my Allen Edmonds are extremely comfortable and bulletproof. Worth a try if you are in the market for a new pair.

post #56966 of 122416
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

I bow to no kings

Updated my cordovan circle from earlier, same Aldens but with a little more wear

Colors starting from 12 o'clock clockwise: Carmina Cognac, Alden Ravello, Alden Color 4, Meermin Cuero, Alden Black, Alden Black, Tricker's Cipresso, Carmina Loden, C&J Dark Brown, C&J Dark Brown
Very nice wardrobe "stevent".
post #56967 of 122416
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Originally Posted by mcarthur View Post

nephew,
check with Nick at D.Nelson
Uncle, thank you, I shall.
post #56968 of 122416
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Originally Posted by REguy View Post

These guys are near the old factory and, I believe, have the leftover original parts. Otherwise, you should be able to find a good cobbler who can do golf soles.

http://www.footjoy.com/customerservice/repairshop.asp
Thanks for the info REguy.
post #56969 of 122416
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

I bow to no kings

Updated my cordovan circle from earlier, same Aldens but with a little more wear

Colors starting from 12 o'clock clockwise: Carmina Cognac, Alden Ravello, Alden Color 4, Meermin Cuero, Alden Black, Alden Black, Tricker's Cipresso, Carmina Loden, C&J Dark Brown, C&J Dark Brown


My friend, wonderful group of shells!  I admire the diversity of maker and color...

post #56970 of 122416
Thanks for the info on FJ. MP 33's. And yes still hittin the R510TP Tour Issued with Fuji Tour Issued 64 because its still as long as anything out there and very accurate Volkey 48, 52, 58. Alden for FJ golf kicks.... LHS unlined post round...
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