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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by dddrees, Feb 22, 2013.
Why exactly would you call the GY welt a poor construction method?
To not cloud the thread with anything other than appreciation, look up gemming.
I've read enough gemming / hand welted arguments to last a lifetime
Nice collection there C!
Search and learn. No decent bespoke maker uses GY welt for a very good reason; its inferior.
John Lobb City II.
My new Chambord II's... Was looking for a split toe derby. I was thinking about the EG Dover and the Alden NST too, but the Chambord in suede is just perfect!
My Edward loafers in brown museum.
Has anyone had to deal with too much heal slippage with a Lopez loafer? If so, how did you resolve it? Did it get better after break in?
Edit: I was doing further online research and someone on another forum said,"The British have no business making penny loafers"
I found heel slippage disappeared after breaking in the shoes.
Lobb Bespoke (St. James) Black Calf Wingtips:
Lobb 2008 in Noisette calf leather (French for Hazelnut?), 7000 last:
Lobb City II in New Museum Gold calf leather, 7000:
Lobb Tudor Boot in Parisian Brown Museum calf leather, 7000B last:
Lobb Miami, 2995 last:
I also have a pair of Phillip IIs in Parisian Brown Suede in the closet somewhere but havent gotten around to taking pics yet.
Great collection, well done.
Love the Tudor in Museum Brown
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