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Ankle Boot Porn! Here are mine, show me some of yours?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Soph, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. NAMOR

    NAMOR Senior member

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    Interesting. Who makes them?
     
  2. Farhad19620

    Farhad19620 Senior member

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    I found them at Holland&Holland probably made by C&J but when I went to their shop they had nothing like this in suede. They are similar to the Coniston Boots but without the toe caps.The other H&H boots I have are the Galway by EG.
     
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    At the risk of stating the obvious, the last picture is Edward Green, from the color of the bags and the writing on the sole. I own a pair of brown suede jodhpur boots very much like those you posted, made by John Lobb. I find that I rarely wear them because buckling them up is a PITA.
     
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  5. ZimYana

    ZimYana New Member

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    me too. can you please tell me what these are and where you got them? puleaseeee
     
  6. mr monty

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    The last photo is C&J, not EG. Name is on the soles

    the 2nd photo is EG for RLPL (Jamison) You need a 11.5?:sneaky2:

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  7. thinman

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    Sure enough! I need to learn to read.
     
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  9. PhiloVance

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    Someone else can probably confirm, but I believe the museum calf was replaced with what is now called misty calf. It doesnt look the same to me, though.
     
  10. nate10184

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    First ones are a pair I sold some years ago. Crockett & Jones for Polo RL.
     
  11. Ian L

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    CROSS POST from Meermin group

    Dear gentlemen,

    Excuse me for interrupting the conversation. I'm considering group MTO the 9 eyes balmoral boots that are same/ similar with EG shannon (i.e. punched captoe, leather+suede or all leather, double leather sole with toe tap, etc.) I've already gathered 4 or 5 orders. So if anyone's interested, please PM or reply me... I'm hoping we can get this case finished in 2 weeks.

    (according to Pepe, the more orders we have, say 7 orders, then he can do more than one leather combinations)

    Cheers
    Ian
     
  12. ElementHU

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    Cross post from Recent Purchases

    I pre-ordered these a few months back and happy to finally get them. My first pair of Alfred Sargents...the Radwells. As a nice bonus, AFPoS threw in the AS belt and some neutral Saphir. The fit for me is perfect and now all I'm left to wait for are my MTO JL Chapels in New Gold Museum.

    Thanks to Julian and Sarah for such a great first purchase experience!

    Sorry the lighting's so bad...rather overcast in SoCal this morning.

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  13. Ilovelobbs

    Ilovelobbs Senior member

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    My Boot Porn collection in 2013......

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  14. sinnedk

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    those Norwegian stitch ones are cool
     
  15. Ilovelobbs

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    They are made by Vass - Cordovan Shell.

    3 months wait for the shell to arrive! and another 7 weeks to make the shoes...

    every second was worth it.
     
  16. dddrees

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    Very nice, great choices.
     
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  18. Ilovelobbs

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    Thank you - Been heavy on Boots in all shape and sizes this year....not sure how the boot fetish came about.

    I'll be receiving some more MTO boots from Carmina/Vass shortly.
     
  19. Ilovelobbs

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    Are these all Crockett? I recognise the 348 Last.
     
  20. Farhad19620

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    Very nice enjoy.
     

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