Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.
What is the model in black called?
I think the box said Uppingham II
Uppingham usually has some sort of frankenstitching on the toe area...but this says Uppingham II....I like it a lot.
Yep, Uppingham has a wing cap toe, I believe this Uppingham II was a special makeup for Bespoke England.
Are these chestnut or another color? Beautiful shoes!
i was not aware of the UII. very pretty shoe indeed.
Regarding Canadian customs and duties...Bespoke England sent my shoes via Royal Mail. As is usual with a national postal service (including the United States Postal Service) rather than a commercial shipper (such as Fedex, UPS or DHL), my package was delivered through Canada Post with no additional duty, taxes or other charges.
So jealous... tempted to pick up a pair but being good... those Arrans are amazing. What color are those? Pine?
No just a darker finish brown hatch grain. I think Nick had them done darker than the first generation around.
Yes, vintage pine. Wore the Grosvenor monks yesterday, I really love the MH71 last.
Found some newly reduced shoes at Bespoke England, more incoming. I'm weak...
...more like brilliant...
Here's hoping for a Rothschild or Woburn in Vintage Oak or Rioja to be added to the sale. **crosses fingers**
I saw that. Been considering one of the cherry shoes (Oakham, Westminster) but I already has the AS Moore in cherry. I don't even like cherries (the fruit).
I'm going to try and stay strong and not pick up those Oakhams...partially because I still favor JL Chapels for that style and partially in case Nick decides to put the St. James II into the sale as I'd want to KOP 2 colors of those... [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
Sale ends soon... Does anyone know if the Boot Trees are for Bespoke customers only?
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