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John Lobb Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by dddrees, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. Dtrader

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    Please forward the file when you can. [email protected]. Thanks
     


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    I feel like the fit, the last (which is 75% towards 202 and 25% 606), and the suede were better than EGs.

    I love them both don't get me wrong, but I really really like the snuff suede Harlyns. Very soft, supple, and beautiful last.
     


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    Plum Lopez, 8E - NIB, if interested pm me, any reasonable offer accepted.
     


  4. Robbenisland

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    My happy collection of 14 JLs and a couple of EGs (plus one Dinkelacker).

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  5. peppercorn78

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    Middle monkstrap in the front is the JL St Crepin from last year? It’s stunning.

    Great collection, congrats
     


  6. Dtrader

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    Handsome collection. Congratulations.

    Which model boots are those?
     


  7. Robbenisland

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    Many thanks. Yes, it is the one from last year.
     


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    Edward Green Galways. I had the JL Hinton first, but they got that one wrong: the eylets destroyed the laces within a few times wearing them. JL returned them with no problem. I then went for the EG and they are great wearing boots - both in brown and in Navy.
     


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    ThinkDerm Stylish Dinosaur

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    it is, but wears narrow as hell.
     


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    53DC7E22-0744-41FB-98E5-53B634E5D2FD.jpeg Got these last week and wearing for the 2nd time. I needed a black boot and these fit the bill and the price was right!

    JL Lawry
     
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    John Lobb Chapel...would you get dark brown museum or dark brown misty calf?
     


  12. Dtrader

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    I am partial to museum
     


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    Id definitely go with the museum personally.
     


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    I have 2 pairs of Misty and like it a lot, but museum looks prettier (IMO) and creases better. My misty calf shoes have this strange lightening near the creases, kind of like shell cordovan.
     


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