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Or perhaps they are these RTW Cleverleys:

http://www.gjcleverley.co.uk/product.php?ProductId=48
post #5462 of 14986
me too
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Lobb Lopez model in brown (probably the JLobb Tobacco Calf shade). Seller gives size as 11E UK, which should convert to US 12D. However, seller also gives 45.5 Euro, which would be 11.5 US. My guess is that seller read 11 on shoe and wrongly converted to 45.5. Euro 46 would be the correct conversion.

http://cgi.ebay.com/JOHN-LOBB-Lopez-...QQcmdZViewItem

Thinman, are you reading this? Here's your chance to really impress those undergraduates!
post #5464 of 14986
Now these are interesting. I can't find them in any C&J catalog. I don't see any split-toe bluchers at all in the catalog. From the soles, they appear to be Handgrades, but they are on the 317 last, and the seller gives the retail price as 250 GBP--a regular-grade price. Perhaps someone can figure this out. In any case, they look like damn nice shoes. Thinman, once again, step up to the plate!

http://cgi.ebay.com/Crockett-Jones-D...QQcmdZViewItem
post #5465 of 14986
Thanks Roger, I *am* reading this. Unfortunately, I've never tried on Lobb loafers and don't know my exact size. I usually size down 1/2 size in loafers and wear a UK 11E in Lobb laceups, so I'm reluctant to buy these loafers sight-unseen. If the bidding stays near $1.36, I'll jump in, though.

For the record, undergrads don't notice shoes. They're each in their own little world of Nike, Asics, etc.


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Originally Posted by Roger View Post
Lobb Lopez model in brown (probably the JLobb Tobacco Calf shade). Seller gives size as 11E UK, which should convert to US 12D. However, seller also gives 45.5 Euro, which would be 11.5 US. My guess is that seller read 11 on shoe and wrongly converted to 45.5. Euro 46 would be the correct conversion.

http://cgi.ebay.com/JOHN-LOBB-Lopez-...QQcmdZViewItem

Thinman, are you reading this? Here's your chance to really impress those undergraduates!
post #5466 of 14986
Thanks again Roger. These are very nice and my size in most C&J lasts, though I'm not familiar with the 317. The style does duplicate my EG Dovers (Edwardian) and Mantellassi split-toe bluchers (chocolate brown), but I'll keep an eye on them.

Got anything in suede up your ebay sleeve, Rog? I'd like a nice suede monkstrap or chelsea boots. Otherwise, I'm blowing most of this year's shoe budget on 4 pairs of Martegani shell cordovan shoes from Ron Rider. If I don't stop buying shoes soon, I may have to furnish my new house in shoe leather.


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Originally Posted by Roger View Post
Now these are interesting. I can't find them in any C&J catalog. I don't see any split-toe bluchers at all in the catalog. From the soles, they appear to be Handgrades, but they are on the 317 last, and the seller gives the retail price as 250 GBP--a regular-grade price. Perhaps someone can figure this out. In any case, they look like damn nice shoes. Thinman, once again, step up to the plate!

http://cgi.ebay.com/Crockett-Jones-D...QQcmdZViewItem
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Are these Berluti for real or did someone decide to get "creative" with their shoes?


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It's an iconic design -- the Tatouage. For around $2000, Berluti will tattoo any design you wish on a special pointy wholecut shoe. Skulls, coats of arms (allegedly a favorite among French clients), you name it.
post #5469 of 14986
Santoni FAM Baird - great price.

http://cgi.ebay.com/NIB-Rare-ANDREA-...em330150441728

It may not remain there, however.
post #5470 of 14986
Interesting olive cap toe specs
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MEWA:IT&ih=015
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Santoni FAM Baird - great price.

http://cgi.ebay.com/NIB-Rare-ANDREA-...em330150441728

It may not remain there, however.

I have these exact shoes in antiqued chestnut and black. They're really great. The long toe seam is something quite unique
post #5472 of 14986
These are nice:
http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-CROCKETT-JON...QQcmdZViewItem

C&J Hallam in dark brown, size 7E UK. I like the 348 last... also very satisfied with my Hallam pairs.

These are very, very nice:
http://cgi.ebay.com/New-1500-Saint-C...QQcmdZViewItem

Half a size to big for me otherwise they would be gone. St Crispin 8.5D US.

Nice St Crisping for those who wear 6.5 USD:
http://cgi.ebay.com/1500-Saint-Crisp...QQcmdZViewItem
post #5473 of 14986
*low whistle* Here's exactly what I'm looking for, a brown split toe with the long seam. A beautiful looking shoe, perhaps a half size too small though. Diorshoe, these might be the ones for you.


http://cgi.ebay.com/New-2400-Santoni...QQcmdZViewItem
post #5474 of 14986
heh I was just about to post those; it is raining Crispins and limited edition FAMs at The World's Finest this week.
post #5475 of 14986
thanks merck but i saw these . Ian usually puts up his best interpretation of US sizing off of the label which probably is something like 8.5 F on these. I remember his past santonis all were on obscure width sizes .
If he has any that fit me he would have to get something that he approximates as 10 D.
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