Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by nutcracker, Apr 4, 2013.
aren't they? Some of those MTO shoes could really pull off as Bespoke. I was quite impressed.
Yep, I totally agreed. Price seems to be very good as well. I guess there must be a long wait for their MTO program.
This thread just keeps delivering
Was this thread already on SF's 'front page'? If it was, this thread deserves another round.
Wait for MTO shoes is officially 2 months with a fitting scheduled on week 3, But from what I understand, they only take a certain number of orders a month. I think I read somewhere that buyers should reserve a spot at the beginning of the month.
Woo that's posh.
Spigola MTO by Kojiro Suzuki
I gotta ask. What country is producing shoes of that sublime beauty? Just the proportions for starters. Then the thumbs up to the great shapes of the 30s/40s.
ethandesu and the folks @ thearmoury are a treasure trove of Spipola pics
Seen several incarnations of these before from Cleverley and where else.
Lazy man's shoes w/real laces.
However, this lazyman oxford looks odd.
Agreed. I know why they are popuar in Japan, in that you can spend a lot of time lacing and unlacing shoes in the average working week if you are going to high class restaurants, clients' homes etc etc., but I have never seen a 'lazyman' version of a shoe that I thought was an improvement on the original.
Don't get me wrong, I love Lazy man oxford. But I think the 'intention' real laces on the pair looks strange, flux laces are much better with such design.
What are flux laces?
I believe he meant faux as in fake; though you mayb be asking in jest.....
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