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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.
Damn frank, that's porno right there...
Thanks! The color is amazing, hard to capture in a photo.
I dont like boots that much, but this I actually could wear, so diffrent and so clean in a way, just perfect. And those shoe trees are amazing. Can't wait for my G&G one week more I think
Thank you Frank! Those are some fantabulous boots. And the trees deserve a mention as well.
Glad to hear you are as smitten with the Vintage Rioja color as I am.
And yes, you've caught me - I broke my 'no purchase' streak. But I made it through three whole months!
The new bespoke boxes with the velvet lining is very nice. I don't recall a previous post displaying their new boxes. Sadly, mine was slightly damaged in transit.
That box is awesome.
So sad that I say this about shoes. On a saturday.
wigmore hath been dethroned
love the handwriting on the tongue
Vintage Rioja is an amazing color and the finish on the GG is so rich compared to anything i had before. What do you use for polish? Brand and color?
It´s going to be exciting to see what you think of your green Carminas. I stopped by one of the swedish stockist of GG last week and he just got the Gables in racing green, very very cool! To bad i´m not cool enought to wear them
Yep. Even better than i thought it would be
It seams more and more people is going for the Canterbury. I really like boots and knew i must have these the minute i saw them
£855.00 including trees. Paid before the price raise.
Worth every penny of it. I love them!
What stockist? Allde? Do they have the gables as RTW in racing green or is it an MTO for a client?
I use plain old Meltonian cream and Kiwi polish. I've been alternating between a coat of red and a coat of blue. So far they look swell. I condition with Renovateur.
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