Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
That is country calf
No, the leather in the photo is country calf.
Sorry if it wasn't clear, I was referring to the makeup you were discussing for a MTO not the makeup in the picture.
Ah, got it. I tried to get some traction on a chukka but didn't get a ton of response. Beebs is doing a single MTO so that's what we were discussing.
I would like a burgundy or navy Utah Banbury chukka but I need a few months to recover from all these Skoak EG's...
Feel free to disrespect me we're both cool!
I go against the grain since I think I have more Shannons (will be 4 after SkoAB's dark oak arrives) than most people have Chelseas. It's my way of compensating for being outnumbered by the Galway group.
Hey, I haven't heard anything about Zug in the past few threads!
One thing I love about this place is how different styles come together. I don't think I could ever pull off a Shannon. But I don't dig monks for myself either...so I am a real SF leper
I am in. I figure this will take 5-6 months to complete.
The dark brown
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Skoaktiebolaget describes it thusly,
Thanks to the gentlemen who responded to my inquiry regarding the asquith. Definitely next up to bat for me, just wanted to see my options. I am debating doak v edwardian v nightshade.
did you get these boots from earthdragon?
So down with Edwardian. I'm not really a cap toe person, with preference towards wingtips, but the Asquith in Edwardian totally works.
why not the shannons or halifax?
when will steve start retailing EGs?
All three colors would work well. The detail of the shoe's design would be more noticeable in Ed or Doak than nightshade.
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