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J FitzPatrick Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by culverwood, Apr 12, 2013.

  1. The Shoe Snob

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    Most definitely. I will post on here, on FBand the rest of the social media outlets , on the blog and via email newsletter
     
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    Very excited to see what you do with the museum calf. Will there be extra left over for MTO? :D
     
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    most certainly. Already have a bunch of MTO's in the works using museum calf
     
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    Would you still want a visitor to stop in, when in London, even if I won't be buying anything on that date? (Though I would like to see how the lasts other than TMG would fit me, and check out any swatches for future MTO).
     
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    Of course. No one is required to make a purchase by any means. I am happy to simply meet my supporters and show the products
     
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    You're going to wind up buying something anyway, don't worry.
    I'm 6 pairs in (including 2 MTOs)....
     
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    Will be keeping a keen eye on whatever goes up online. Do you know where we will be able to find the G&G leftovers as well?
     
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    I'm sure it's no coincidence that this is payday!
     
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    We have just had a massive reconstruction of our MTO page to make it a lot more clear on what we can do and what we have already done. In the new page you can see most of the samples that we have made (with the exceptions of the ones that are made for me ;-)

    Also we show the extensive list of leathers available, updated with museum calf options.

    http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/pages/mto-program

    I hope that this makes more sense now....there are still a few kinks here and there on the MTO examples page but that is just to give you an idea of what has and can be done.

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    Justin sent me a few quick photos of my MTO David boots. Similar to the famous photo we've all seen, except I chose Gold Museum over Cordon museum since gold is closer to tan. Super pumped! Will take better photos with my DSLR on arrival.

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    Those look great. That Gold Museum color looks like a great mid-brown option.
    Here is the link to one of my new MTOs with Justin: a green and grey Wedgwood boot: http://blog.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/2016/03/green-is-the-new-blue/. They're on their way to me now and I can't wait! I also have a pair of MTO spectators coming with them (@The Shoe Snob feel free to post any pictures of those to this thread) that I am sure will be great, as well.
     
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    Just got my Magnolia Dark Brown Museum Calf shoes in and they are gorgeous. They are a touch long but I think a half size down would pinch my toes. I ordered a 10UK based on the info that they run a half size smaller than Alden Barrie Last in which I wear a 10.5D (also just a hair long but 10 is too small).
     
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    Really nice stuff Justin! Love that Wallingford without the cap on the toe. Beautiful black shoe that is far from plain but very elegant! The bitter choc Medina is also a winner, looks much better than the previous shaded navy, and I love Navy.


    Did the chukka colours ever get decided on?
     
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    Thanks!! I am glad that you like.

    Unfortunately I have not even thought about the chukkas as of yet....but most likely it will be Loden suede and maybe some shade of dark blue.
     
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    Some MTO's that you might find interesting.

    We now have all colors of museum calf available for MTO. Upcharge for MTO £90 (ex VAT £75), no matter the model. We offer narrow and wide widths available as well.

    http://www.jfitzpatrickfootwear.com/pages/mto-program

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    The Skyway in Navy Museum Calf (above)

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    The Marcos in Taupe Suede/Tan soft grain (above)

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    The Fremont II in Burgundy suede (above)

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    The Madison in Olive suede (above)

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    The Rainier in Dark Brown Museum Calf (above)

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    The Westlake in Snuff Suede/Burgundy Suede on LPB last sans medallion (above)

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    The David in Gold Museum calf/Dark Brown Scotch grain (above)
     
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    Can you describe the narrow last. In terms or what else it may fit like? I find myself in between you sizing. 7.5 too tight 8 too much instep room. Thinking of a narrow 8uk.
    Loden and dark blue suede chukkas are great choices!
     
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    it's hard to describe really. It will certainly be lower on the instep as that is what I make my samples with as I have a low instep.

    the narrow should fit like a G&G or EG 'E' width....or slightly like Carmina Simpson.... what fits you well?
     

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