Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by asturiano, Dec 5, 2011.
Just received some pics of the new chiseled last. Anyone in interested in having a look at it?
Show show show!!!
Uhhh... this are very nice!
Here's hoping they fit is as well as they look
No - not at all... what crazy bastard would want to see pictures of it....
ME ME ME ME show them now damn you!!!!
Those are beautiful!
Terrorsquad is a terrible tease and should be tasered in the testes! I jk. Now SHOW THE PICS!!
I've just got into the Madrid's Meermin shop and I've had this baby (well, not yours exactly)in my hands: that's beauty. Congratulations!
Thanks both, I'm looking forward to their arrival. I have a pair of EG Chelsea in navy calf on the 202 that they will be replacing...
Navy EG's (for Kurt Geiger) when new...
Hopefully the Meermin's will look a little sleeker. If they fit well, I think I may be back for more Linea Maestro goodness
The navy looks very unique but what sort of outfit goes with them?
Received these this week. Left one is the Linea Mastro and the right one is the classic. LM in size 6.5UK and Classic in 6UK. Both don't fit and need to ship them back for an exchange for half a size bigger. Can't get my feet into the LM when laced and barely squeeze into the classic one.
I wear size 7D on Allen Edmonds 7 and 5 last.
what lasts are those?
Ok guys, here is a picture of the new chiseled last. According to Pepe:
1) similar to the New Rey last but has a different toe box;
2) a more marked edge along the side;
3) a higher instep;
4) a modified heel cup; and
5) more volume on the area below to enhance the fitting of the sleek last
This last will be lasted soon and I will provide more pictures. I personally like it and am imagining it as a as sleek chukka in hatchgrain ala G&G
That sucks mate but is also interesting that you sized down like that and they still didn't fit. Im a 9D in the AE 5 last and a regular 8UK based on loakes so I just ordered an 8UK, fingers crossed.
Guess the OP could answer but based on the lines and the styles looks like Olfe and Hiro (classic)
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