Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Chris "Italia", Nov 4, 2007.
Can you take a pic of the boots being worn?
I will post them eventually give me few waiting on saphir cream & wax etc
We are looking for one more participant (more welcomed, of course) in the following GMTO, via Skoak:
in the following specs:
'Donna' Medallion or no Medallion
Single Leather soles
Price: 4320 SEK ex VAT or USD 525 for American customers
pretty much fixed on the deets, but if you have ideas, we can work something out
Id be in for a vitello Etrusco version.
You know what, so would I.
If you can find a third, I'm in.
I'm in for Vitello Etrusco too actually. But laceless? Hmm..
I don't have a lazyman yet, so I want one.
Lol. In that case, I'll skip this GMTO. no lazy man for my first Enzo. heh.
Why not? I think they are one of the few who I actually like the execution of the lazy man oxfords. Let's go!!!
Let's go!!! anybody else for an EB Lazyman in vitello Etrusco?
I sense the coming star of SF 2016 runway- the Laceless. (Brusquely nudging aside yesterday's king of fashion, the poor, soon forgotten double monk).
I echo your sentiments. Laceless - and side-gusseted shoes (loaders?), for that matter, have thus far been quite overlooked
The Lazy Man is one of my favourites. Bonafè has started making them with cotton laces for the mock
laces but I prefer when it's leather actually.
The Godfather of bespoke, creator of the famed Churchillian chisel, the mentor to George Cleverley and master sensei to all English makers who followed him, Nikolaus Tuczek, invented (If not mistaken) the false lace side gusset shoe. He was making them back in the 1930-40's. Sold to Lobb in early 70's. I believe the shoe below is from circa 1935
First time to post pics so please don't crucify me. I'm no Ansel Adams
@sacafotos and @watchidiot.
Here's the Model 3959 on Dark Brown Museum Calf on the 946 Last.
By the way, thanks to Patrik and Gabe for all your help! As always, you guys are the best!
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