A Fine Pair of Shoes x Alfred Sargent MTO Thread

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  1. kev777

    kev777 Senior member

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    Any suits me fine !!
     
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  3. gyasih

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    Hopefully we get some more interest and a design. :D
     
  4. kev777

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    +1
     
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    I'm definitely in for Oak or Mahogany for the Blake austerity brogue.

    Less interested in chestnut and would probably pass. I have C&J Westbourne in chestnut and I'm looking for some diversity in both color and style. Austerity brogues in a darker brown do that for me.

    Here are three shots in burnished Mahogany handgrade from Leffot:

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  6. Afinepairofshoes

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    That's 6 reached on the MIlton in Blue Calf mto - fantastic - many thanks to you all - we will leave the page open for a week more and then be keen to get the order in asap after that.
     
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    Nice, is that three, without even getting a page set-up?? I am looking for a picture of both colors in the wild. Maybe we can get some trees thrown in if this goes live.
     
  8. gyasih

    gyasih Senior member

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    Great job SF!!!
     
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    That's amazingly quick.

    Speaking of make-ups, would it be possible to have AS build a country boot in shell? Either the Lombard captoe or Cambrige brogue?
     
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    Fantastic! Let's get the ball rolling on this one. I hate to see AS using the Holiday season s a reason for delays. Between August holidays and December holidays, I am not sure how anything gets done in fall! OK just kidding. I am just excited to see this happening fast.

     
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  11. Afinepairofshoes

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    Anything is possible - that is the beauty of this mto programme!
     
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    That's fantastic. I'll dream of a makeup tonight. Just leaving work after a 14 hour day. Those boots won't pay for themselves, unfortunately!
     
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    AFPOS, Is the Blake a possible make-up?
     
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  15. Afinepairofshoes

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    Yes - definitely a possibility. Would look stunning in Burnished Oak!
     

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