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I really have too many shoes right now but as soon as I get to Naples and Budapest, I will buy a few more.

I never wear whole it’s with business suits but love them with suits in the evening for social events.

I wear cap-toes and brogues interchangeably. If it’s a really important day, I’d opt for the cap-toes.
We would be happy to welcome you in Budapest and show you our shoes in person.
 

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I can relate. Just spent much of this weekend prepping my cordovan shoes for Autumn weather.
 

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@Passus Shoes
Whats the latest news from you all? Any boots in the works? Any new MTO's you can share? Would love to see some pictures of what you have in the workshop these days.
 

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We are eagerly waiting for the new models to be finished. It's taking a bit more time than we expected it. Indeed our first boots are coming very soon and there is a dedicated boot last in the works too. I will be able to share more next week, by then here is a sneak peek from the workshop.

These look great and the Russian leather works really well here. I would be interested in seeing this boot on one of your more robust lasts like the 3000 last as I think it would be a great casual piece.
 

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These look great and the Russian leather works really well here. I would be interested in seeing this boot on one of your more robust lasts like the 3000 last as I think it would be a great casual piece.
This pair was requested by one of our customers. He had a dress boot in mind. Your suggestion is timely as we are now working on a new casual last, designed especially for boots. We cannot share more at the moment, but we'll do as soon we have results.
 

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You might remember Jonathan, our split toe model. The first iteration, based on our own idea, was created on the rounded, casual 3000 last. It featured a Goyser welt and Vibram Eton rubber soles. We then got a request to make it as a sleek derby, on the 2000 last with our signature JR leather sole. We are curious to hear your opinion about the result. What is your preferred split-toe style? Country casual or sleek sartorialist?

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You might remember Jonathan, our split toe model. The first iteration, based on our own idea, was created on the rounded, casual 3000 last. It featured a Goyser welt and Vibram Eton rubber soles. We then got a request to make it as a sleek derby, on the 2000 last with our signature JR leather sole. We are curious to hear your opinion about the result. What is your preferred split-toe style? Country casual or sleek sartorialist?

These look really good, nice work.
 

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You might remember Jonathan, our split toe model. The first iteration, based on our own idea, was created on the rounded, casual 3000 last. It featured a Goyser welt and Vibram Eton rubber soles. We then got a request to make it as a sleek derby, on the 2000 last with our signature JR leather sole. We are curious to hear your opinion about the result. What is your preferred split-toe style? Country casual or sleek sartorialist?

I would be interested in viewing the shoe from a side profile, as well as this overhead picture. Additionally, a comparative picture demonstrating both the "country casual" shoe and "sleek sartorial" shoe would be extremely beneficial.
 

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I would be interested in viewing the shoe from a side profile, as well as this overhead picture. Additionally, a comparative picture demonstrating both the "country casual" shoe and "sleek sartorial" shoe would be extremely beneficial.
You can find more pictures of sleek Jonathan (and all the other models) here

As for comparing the two...

Jonathan comparison.png


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