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The Ultimate "HARDCORE" Shoe Porn Thread (Bespoke only)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Jul 3, 2010.

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  1. Winot

    Winot Well-Known Member

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    Have only worn a couple of times, but yes, very comfortable (more immediately so than the calf leather shoes Cleverley have made for me).
     
  2. chogall

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    organic baller shoes.

    how do these shoes fit on the peddle? :eek:
     
  3. VRaivio

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    winot, did you choose purple lining? I do have to commend you for going with a rounded derby, far too few choose these softer lines on derbies. They make a world of difference.
     
  4. Winot

    Winot Well-Known Member

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    I can take credit for choosing the purple lining and the suede colour, but the rest was Cleverley's design.
     
  5. Hampton

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    Didn't like them.
     
  6. sashko1

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    Hi all,

    Just wanted to share my first two pairs of Januszkiewicz!

    They look much better in the flesh, so to speak. They are very comfortable, the burgundy chukka is a work of art.

    I'd recommend anyone able to go to Warsaw order shoes with TJ, he's also a really nice old man, and a war hero to boot!

    I'd like to thank Roman, Bartek and Daminan for all their help translating.

    I apologise for my legs! It's a 27C heatwave in Bulgaria and the pics are made for these posts.

    Thanks again

    Alex
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  7. LeatherFoot

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    Saint-Crispin's Double Eyelet Derby, in Croc​
     
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  8. Kai

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    I'm not normally a fan of croc shoes, but for these, I will make an exception.
     
  9. chogall

    chogall Well-Known Member

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    I know LeatherFoot is a paying customer and all, but this is bespoke thread. Not MTO.

    Awesome shoes btw.
     
  10. add911_11

    add911_11 Well-Known Member

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    Quality is everywhere.
     
  11. PiedBeau

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    Wondeful pieces of mastercraft !
    I like the roughness of the suede.
    Bespoke shoemaking seems to keep people in formidable shape. 87 years old, amazing !
    Wear in good health.
     
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    VRaivio Well-Known Member

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    Nothing like a hairy pair of legs to spice up bespoke descussion. Wear yours in health, sashko!
     
  13. mimo

    mimo Well-Known Member

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    True true. Although these are awesome enough to deserve their own thread.
     
  14. nutcracker

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    X-Post from the JL thread.....

    A fascinating pair of JLP Bespoke recently showed up on a Japanese auction

    Phillip II style oxfords with Pointed Toes. In mint condition.... buyers remorse, I suppose.

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  15. VinnyMac

    VinnyMac Well-Known Member

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    ....looks like the Wicked Witch's shoes. Maybe they look better on.
     
  16. Louis XIV

    Louis XIV Well-Known Member

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    What an abomination of an otherwise lovely shoe.
     
  17. striker

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    Maybe the original buyer kept tripping over because of the excess toe length.
     
  18. dopey

    dopey Well-Known Member

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    It is odd, but they look normal from the side angle. Perhaps the buyer had very small feet and this was an attempt to give the appearance of normal size, something to which I am, of course, very sensitive.
     
  19. alloy13

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    lovely elf shoes. deadly though. may stab someone with those pointy toes.
     
  20. chogall

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    lol.

    Maybe the buyer just have very narrow feet so top down they look very narrow but profile looks elegant and normal.
     

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