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7 eyelets full brogue from my workshop

MarcellHUN

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Too many? Maybe. Anyway they spent one year on the last as private projects.

 

ter1413

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look nice.
 

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not a fan of the square toe...
 

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*Fabolous voice* NICE.
 

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the trees have a familiar style...
 

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Definitely too many eyelets for me, but nice shoes otherwise!
 

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I think 6 eyelets is optimum for straight lacing, but this still looks good.
 

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Originally Posted by alexei
Definitely too many eyelets for me, but nice shoes otherwise!

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mkarim

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Originally Posted by landshark
I think 6 eyelets is optimum for straight lacing, but this still looks good.

These are also nice (in burgundy):

 

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