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Opinion? John Lobb Jermyn II or J M Weston Medallian Cap Toe Oxford 310 for suit to nice casual wea

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by MITguy, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. MITguy

    MITguy New Member

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    I want to get a black shoe with a style flexible for use with a suit for the office to nice pants and shirt for a visit to an art museum. I am thinking of either the John Lobb Jermynn II or the J.M. Weston 310 Captoe. Any suggestions?


    John Lobb Jermyn III
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    J M Weston 310 Cap Toe
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  2. btromano

    btromano Member

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    I have the Jermyn III

    It is a very nice shoe.

    I an not so sure I don't regret getting their double buckle.

    The Jermyn III can have some slack in this strap when the shoe is on and when you walk.

    I think it looks better with a shoe tree then it does on your foot........
     
  3. Toffee

    Toffee Active Member

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    If you can get JM Weston to make you their model 666 you would have a really exclusive looking toe cap. My older brother has a pair and I have honestly never seen a more attractive looking toe cap.

    Sorry, can't find an image, but I am sure there will be one somewhere on google.
     

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