Crockett & Jones for Ralph Lauren Cordovan (Marlow, Darlton, Gifford, Garran, Lindrick, McCallum, Rh

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  1. BeSpiffington

    BeSpiffington Senior member

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    Believe me, chicks dig em'. You've got real nice shoes, might as well show them off.
     
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    i got you man, pm'ed about C&J laces
     
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    there is a used one with starting bid at 250, I would take that instead (assuming it's someone's size...). Marlow's price does take quite a beating compare to used Alden though, and looks like Marlow's PTB price is generally speaking cheaper than Marlow wingtip as well.
     
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    you the man!
     
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    I am married :slayer: though I guess complements never hurts :nodding: it's just bold color laces has never been my thing I guess :embar:
     
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  7. JesseLivermore

    JesseLivermore Active Member

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    I posted this in the non-Alden thread, but I figure you guys are better qualified than essentially anyone on this site to be the judge of this.

    Are these Shell?

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    I vote negative.
     
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  9. Winston S.

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    Hard to tell, but I'm leaning towards yes.
     
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    I say yes based on the way it crease
     
  11. Winston S.

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    They look a lot like Marlow Pennies. Were they ever made in calf?
     
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    Shell in need... Great shoe!
     
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    Looks like shell to me. Non shell usually has more defined wrinkle lines in the creases, IMO.
     
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    I didn't think they currently made full strap penny loafers like that for anyone other than RL certainly there's nothing like it on their site. The only example I could find was the Jersey which looks very different to that loafer.


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