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leparrain7

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he he just saw that on Reuters

very good article, we are really touched by the brexit as european customers, the carriers abuse the situation, i ordered derbies from cheaney, but dhl charged me double taxes, in principle i have refused the parcel.
I think the idea with Manchester cowhide is it’s a slightly thicker leather and can have scars and scratches in the hide which aren’t faults. I researched it a few years back. Naster brown comes in regular calf and Mc, will state on box or listing which it is. They do a gold MC too which is beautiful.
thank you for this explanation, yes I know it's not a fault, I just compare the difference between the Axton and the Bourton in MC 👍🏼
Navy and green MC Bourtons and Stows currently available too.
I saw some stow burgundy on instagram, it is certainly MC leather, They are beautiful 🤩
 

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Guys, does somebody own the Cafe Burnised Calf Stow? From the pics, it looks a bit darker than the Coffee Burnished Calf.
That was one of my first inquiries when joining this forum last spring, prior to getting my first pair of Tricker's.
Cafe is quite a bit darker, similar to Espresso.

In some parts of the world...coffee, cafe or espresso may mean the same thing.... As mentioned previously I'm still waiting on a Stow Cafe Burnished (second image) and is described as dark brown...so how close are these photos to their real designated colors?....I could live with them all. : )

Coffee burnished
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Cafe burnished
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Espresso burnished
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I'd say coffee is the missing link between the 2 Stows on the left.
Cafe and Marron.;)
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Hi, does anyone know about these black cordovans? They are apparently a make for Superdenim some years ago. These are for sale on a used product platform and I think they look superb.
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P.S. I do not own these photos which belong to the present owners of the boots..
the lighting make them look like Iris. Lovely boots either way.
 

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They are the darkest of dark brown. In a lot of lighting conditions they appear black at first glance. They are meant to be burnished but are too dark to make out any discernible contrast.
It is a lovely rich colour though
 

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