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

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  1. in stitches

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    beautiful! st. james II? what last and what suede?
     
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    Those are fantastic. I need more suede in my life.
     
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    it looks like TG73 and polo brown suede.
     
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    Thank you!, yes it's st. james II polo suede, TG73
     
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    (Drool)
     
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    Thanks, R. They are truly fantastic. I think I'm going to get started on another MTO order with Nick. Pretty sure Im gonna go St James II in Polo Suede. Now I think Im sold.

    Just not sure if I want them on the 71 or the 73. Hmmmmmmmm
     
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    These go on my list too. List keeps getting longer...
     
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    Was just thinking the same thing and i would do them in MH71.

    Depending on your size he has some in TG73 in the web shop.
     
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    Looks like we'll need to petition that Nick do the St James II on Polo Suede for the MTO of the month for May.
     
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    :nodding:

    the deco roger is kind of my grail shoe.


    im leaning 71. im going MTO because there are some other things id like to do that are not standard.
     
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    My favorite GG color, vintage chestnut

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    Delectable. How many pairs you rocking these days?
     
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    Is this the hove? GG fits me better than EG and I really like EG's Dover but I might have to go with the GG Hove.

    That color is fantastic on that shoe
     
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    looks like the hove to me. great shoe. i like it far more than the dover actually. just my taste.
     
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    I would love a MTO Hove with 3 eyelets, in a chestnut grain (maybe slightly lighter on the vamp and slightly darker on the toe and counter), on the DG70 last. That would be a grail shoe for me :slayer:
     

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