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Best double monk?

timeless

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I'm looking for a great double monk strap
in black calf and need suggestions. I like
the C&J Lowndes on the 348 last. Any other
options?
 

Manton

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Lobb William, the original.
 

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Originally Posted by Manton
Lobb William, the original.
What he said... or Cleverley bespoke... or Scafora bespoke
 

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That carpet is legendary,so many shoes have stepped on it,you could auction it on SF for big bucks.
 

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The Scarforas are beautiful. Love that color suede. Great design, too.
 

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What is the difference between the original John Lobb William and the John Lobb Wallace? Thank you.
 

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Mine would be my Vass Double Monk in Mid Brown Suede

 

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