Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.
Aha okay, will download it right away. Well there you have the answer Nick
no p, its a few bucks, but well worth it.
nick, i didnt see any on your site, will G&G use shell cordovan for an MTO order?
Up. Down. Good. Bad. Lot of getting beaten to hell, but a lot of joy as well. Still hanging in.
As far as I remember I asked this question of either Tony or Dean (I think Tony), and the response was that they use cordovan because they didn't have a supplier whose stock they felt was good enough. This could have changed though, or I could be entirely wrong. It's been a while since this conversation was had.
Edit: Apparently I am wrong, and should be ignored in this matter.
Does someone have pictures of the oxford, or perhaps rothschild, in MH71? Thanks.
glad to see you here. hope you keep on hangin in, and that things look up for ya!
Have anyone had a Wesbury made with the MH71 last?? Would love to see how mutch smoother it will be then the TG73.
Cross post from Recent Purchases thread......
Just put them on for the first time tonight, great shoes, however extremely stiff and feels like they'll need a long break in time.
G&G Kent in Black Calf/Black Suede on the TG73 last (courtesy of Edwards of Manchester)
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
I love this shoe style and the last shape as well.
Personally I would lace the shoes with a straight lace pattern using a flat lace to preserve and present the suede facing, but that's just me.
yes to the straight lacing. imo, flat laces are to hobnailed.
colour is wonderful.
mrb and theyare, excellent choices, wear them well.
Brioni, which G&G models do you have now, or is that the only pair?
Thanks! I actually have no idea how to lace shoes like that
I will be taking your advice though....Thanks!
I have 2 pairs from RLPL by G&G besides these....one black loafer that I believe is the monaco, as well as a black cap toe lace up with medallion.
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