Gaziano & Girling Appreciation & Shoe Appreciation Thread (including reviews, purchases, pictures, e

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  1. mktitsworth

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    well the pictures are not taken by me, so like you i need to wait!

    [​IMG] Fair enough.

    On a separate note, does anyone know if Dean or Tony have ever stumbled upon this thread?
     


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    Canterbury in Vintage Rioja Calf on the DG70
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    wtf. amazing...
     


  3. luk-cha

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    If anybody wants to know where the hotness is: Luk has it.
     


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  6. luk-cha

    luk-cha Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Russia calf?

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    yea they are, i will take some better pictures over the weekend
     


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    You should post these in the Norgovese thread. I personally would never in a million years wear these - but to appreciate this craftsmanship with this leather - for sure. Ive never seen something like this from G&G. Congrats on a unique piece!
     


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    Those are some nice shoes,Chukcha.
     


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    Those look amazing! What kind of finish did you have them put on the Russia calf? It looks darker and smoother than other Russia calf that I've seen.
     


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    Looks very nice, but not a fan of the braiding near the bottom of the shoe.
     


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    luk-cha Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Those look amazing! What kind of finish did you have them put on the Russia calf? It looks darker and smoother than other Russia calf that I've seen.

    i ddn't ask for any thing, they just how they came but these pictures were taking in crappy light so they are not really as dark

    lasting generally smooths out the grain
     


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    yea they are, i will take some better pictures over the weekend


    ^ L-C, isn't the Norvegese stitching usually flush against the welt, i.e. is it normal that there appears to be a gap between them like that? In this case, does that stitching actually serve its supposed function or is it just decorative? [​IMG]
     


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    ^ L-C, isn't the Norvegese stitching usually flush against the welt, i.e. is it normal that there appears to be a gap between them like that? In this case, does that stitching actually serve its supposed function or is it just decorative? [​IMG]

    both
     


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    Was going to stop at Leffot this weekend to order two new pairs of lace-ups (brown and black). I am leaning towards the Hayes. I assume the oak bark style sole is pretty standard for what people get. What about last style? Those Hayes in DG70 above look great. Does anyone have any good real life pictures comparing the lasts side by side?

    Thanks!
     


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    Was going to stop at Leffot this weekend to order two new pairs of lace-ups (brown and black). I am leaning towards the Hayes. I assume the oak bark style sole is pretty standard for what people get. What about last style? Those Hayes in DG70 above look great. Does anyone have any good real life pictures comparing the lasts side by side?

    Thanks!


    There is a full display on their website, I cant copy the pic, but its in here.

    http://www.gazianogirling.com
     


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